Factory Incentives for New 2019 GMC Acadia AWD 4dr SLE w/SLE-2

As of 2020/02/25 | Location: Mills Motors Buick GMC Oshawa, ON L1G 1B5

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  • Non-Stackable Cash Delivery Allowance (NSCDA) - CBG - Central and Eastern Only*

    Effective Dates: 2020-02-05 - 2020-03-01

    $4,000
    Incentive Details

    Group Affiliation: No Specific Group Affiliation

    Prev. Ownership: No Previous Ownership Requirement

    Reminder:This HOL contains Non-Stackable Cash Delivery Allowances for Chevrolet, Buick and GMC models only. For Cadillac Non-Stackable Cash Delivery Allowances, please see HOL 2020-228. Eligible amounts and vehicles have been revised. Please see section 4 of this home office letter and/or the most recent incentive summary chart for more details.UPDATE TO CLAIM TIMING: - Claims must be submitted via OWB within 60 days of the program end date. Claims submitted after 60 days will be rejected and will not be eligible for payment.- A manual claim form containing an authorization signature from both the District Manager and Regional Manager, as well as rationale as to why it was missed along with supporting documentation, is required for claims submitted after the 60 day deadline. REMINDER:Going forward, program guidelines will no longer appear as an appendix and will be updated as a revision to this Home Office Letter. Incentive changes will be communicated both by this Home Office Letter and the Incentive Summary Chart. The Non-Stackable Cash Delivery Allowance (NSC) is a Manufacturer-to-Dealer incentive that can be used at Dealer discretion to enhance competitiveness. Examples include: - Reducing the negotiated price to customer - Enhancing the customer trade-in allowance- Dealers can apply NSCDA towards their customer’s new vehicle purchase NOTE: The Non-Stackable Cash Delivery Allowance must be applied to the vehicle purchase as shown in the calculation section within the appropriate HOL for purchases under the GM, Dealer Employee, Preferred Pricing or Executive Referral Programs and not towards the trade value for the vehicle. This incentive is not compatible with Subvented Finance Rates (RBC, TD Auto Finance, Scotiabank) or Subvented Lease Programs (GM Financial, Variable, Near Prime) or Finance/Lease Cash. This incentive is compatible with the Stackable Cash Delivery Allowance. Cash IncentiveMethod of application: CLAIMS: Paid to: Delivering Dealer Automatic Delivery Credit? NO OWB Claim Codes: NSC Must Delivery Data be received prior to payment? YES Eligible for Incentive protection (Factory orders): YES CLAIM TIMING: - Claims must be submitted via OWB within 60 days of the program end date. Claims submitted after 60 days will be rejected and will not be eligible for payment.- A manual claim form containing an authorization signature from both the District Manager and Regional Manager, as well as rationale as to why it was missed along with supporting documentation, is required for claims submitted after the 60 day deadline. ACCOUNTING - Non Stackable Cash (NSC) is considered a Manufacturer-to-Dealer Incentives to allow Dealers to reduce the purchase price of eligible Motor Vehicles to customers. There should be NO reference to Non Stackable Cash (NSC) as a manufacturer’s discount to the customer on the Final Bill of Sale.-The NSC may be shown as a separate line item on the Final Bill of Sale, but cannot reference the manufacturer’s Non Stackable Cash (NSC) program.-Dealers must reflect this discount as a reduction in vehicle inventory cost and NOT as a credit to Accounts Receivable in their accounting records.-The NSC amount paid to Dealer, as a result of an eligible delivery, must be applied as a credit to the applicable Account Numbers (600 through 618 or 623 through 637) as per the GM Canada Dealer Standard Accounting Manual.-A corresponding debit must be applied to Account 261 (Factory Receivables).-Dealers may pass the NSC through to the customer by either lowering the negotiated price or by increasing the trade allowance.-The selling price on the customer’s Final Bill of Sale should be shown as an amount net of the available NSC. Method of payment: Electronic Funds Transfer – Weekly Open Account Other program guidelines: **PLEASE NOTE: A customer is considered a “Fleet Customer” if they, * Have been assigned a Fleet Account Number; or, * Would qualify for a Fleet Account Number. (see HOL 2012-409 for FAN eligibility requirements)* These fleet customers have the option of choosing either the Retail or Fleet incentive program(s).* Fleet customers approved for the Competitive Assistance Program (CAP) are eligible for the greater of the program benefit (if eligible) or the approved CA allowance* Dealers are required to pass on the total Fleet incentive amount received to Fleet Customers* Qualified and registered Rental Customers may be eligible for the greater of the negotiated Rental Program allowance or the Retail Incentive in existence at the time of delivery General policy guidelines: In the GM Canada Dealer Sales and Service Agreement, Dealers agree NOT to deliver vehicles to entities not approved for Resale. Accordingly, this program is not available to: * Used Vehicle Dealer * Wholesaler * Broker Reference HOL 2015-704 and revisions for complete details. It is the Dealer’s responsibility to read and understand the terms of any Home Office Letters (HOL) referred to in these program guidelines. Please contact the BARS Support Group if you would like to receive a copy of any HOL. Contact your Regional representative regarding the interpretation of any HOL. Exceptions to any HOL or policy are only effective if made in writing and signed by your Regional Manager or designate. All HOL and related documents and information should be treated as Strictly Confidential and not disclosed or shared outside the Dealership without the prior written consent of GM Canada. GM Canada reserves the right to amend or revoke this program at any time without prior notice. GM Canada reserves the right to audit Dealer records and disqualify any amounts paid which do not qualify under the Program Guidelines. GM Canada will charge back to the Dealer any amounts paid on ineligible units. GM Canada reserves the right to take actions instead of or in addition to those set out in this paragraph. Final decisions on all matters relating to the interpretation of any rule or aspect of this activity rest solely with GM Canada. All Home Office Letters and related documents and information should be treated as STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL and not disclosed or shared outside the Dealership without the prior written consent of GM Canada.

  • Stackable Cash Delivery Allowance - CBG*

    Effective Dates: 2020-02-05 - 2020-03-01

    $650
    Incentive Details

    Group Affiliation: No Specific Group Affiliation

    Prev. Ownership: No Previous Ownership Requirement

    Reminder: This HOL contains Stackable Cash Delivery Allowances for Chevrolet, Buick and GMC models only. For Stackable Cash Delivery Allowances on Cadillac models please see HOL 2020-227. Eligible amounts and vehicle list have been revised. Please see section 4 of this home office letter and/or the most recent incentive summary chart for more details.CLAIM TIMING: - Claims must be submitted via OWB within 60 days of the program end date. Claims submitted after 60 days will be rejected and will not be eligible for payment.- A manual claim form containing an authorization signature from both the District Manager and Regional Manager, as well as rationale as to why it was missed along with supporting documentation, is required for claims submitted after the 60 day deadline. REMINDER: Going forward program guidelines will no longer appear as an appendix and will be updated as a revision to this Home Office Letter. Incentive changes will be communicated both by this Home Office Letter and the Incentive Summary Chart. The Stackable Cash Delivery Allowance (CDT) is a Manufacturer-to-Dealer incentive that can be used at the Dealer's discretion to enhance competitiveness. Examples include: -Reducing the negotiated price to customer -Enhancing the customer trade-in allowance-Dealers can apply CDT towards their customer’s new vehicle purchase NOTE: The Stackable Cash Delivery Allowance must be applied to the vehicle purchase as shown in the calculation section within the appropriate HOL for purchases under the GM, Dealer Employee, Preferred Pricing or Executive Referral Programs and not towards the trade value for the vehicle This incentive is compatible with the Non-Stackable Delivery Allowance (NSC), Subvented Finance Programs and Subvented Lease Programs per their program guidelines. Cash IncentiveMethod of application: CLAIMS: Paid to: Delivering Dealer Automatic Delivery Credit? NO OWB Claim Codes: (stackable) CDT Must Delivery Data be received prior to payment? YES Eligible for Incentive protection (Factory orders): YES CLAIM TIMING: - Claims must be submitted via OWB within 60 days of the program end date. Claims submitted after 60 days will be rejected and will not be eligible for payment.- A manual claim form containing an authorization signature from both the District Manager and Regional Manager, as well as rationale as to why it was missed along with supporting documentation, is required for claims submitted after the 60 day deadline. DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS: Dealers are responsible for verifying customer eligibility. ACCOUNTING - Stackable Cash (CDT) is considered a Manufacturer-to-Dealer Incentives to allow Dealers to reduce the purchase price of eligible Motor Vehicles to customers. There should be NO reference to Stackable Cash (CDT) as a manufacturer’s discount to the customer on the Final Bill of Sale. -The CDT may be shown as a separate line item on the Final Bill of Sale, but cannot reference the manufacturer’s Stackable Cash (CDT) program. -Dealers must reflect this discount as a reduction in vehicle inventory cost and NOT as a credit to Accounts Receivable in their accounting records. -The CDT amount paid to Dealer, as a result of an eligible delivery, must be applied as a credit to the applicable Account Numbers (600 through 618 or 623 through 637) as per the GM Canada Dealer Standard Accounting Manual. -A corresponding debit must be applied to Account 261 (Factory Receivables). -Dealers may pass the CDT through to the customer by either lowering the negotiated price or by increasing the trade allowance. -The selling price on the customer’s Final Bill of Sale should be shown as an amount net of the available CDT. Method of payment: Electronic Funds Transfer - Weekly Open Account Other program guidelines: The delivery must be reported using the appropriate “Fleet” or “Fleet Lease” Delivery Type regardless of the incentive(s) chosen by the Fleet Customer **PLEASE NOTE: A customer is considered a “Fleet Customer” if they, * Have been assigned a Fleet Account Number; or, * Would qualify for a Fleet Account Number. (see HOL 2012-409 for FAN eligibility requirements)* These fleet customers have the option of choosing either the Retail or Fleet incentive program(s).* Fleet customers approved for the Competitive Assistance Program (CAP) are eligible for the greater of the program benefit (if eligible) or the approved CA allowance* Dealers are required to pass on the total Fleet incentive amount received to Fleet Customers* Qualified and registered Rental Customers may be eligible for the greater of the negotiated Rental Program allowance or the Retail Incentive in existence at the time of delivery General policy guidelines: In the GM Canada Dealer Sales and Service Agreement, Dealers agree NOT to deliver vehicles to entities not approved for Resale. Accordingly, this program is not available to: * Used Vehicle Dealer * Wholesaler * Broker Reference HOL 2015-704 and revisions for complete details. It is the Dealer’s responsibility to read and understand the terms of any Home Office Letters (HOL) referred to in these program guidelines. Please contact the BARS Support Group if you would like to receive a copy of any HOL. Contact your Regional representative regarding the interpretation of any HOL. Exceptions to any HOL or policy are only effective if made in writing and signed by your Regional Manager or designate. All HOL and related documents and information should be treated as Strictly Confidential and not disclosed or shared outside the Dealership without the prior written consent of GM Canada. GM Canada reserves the right to amend or revoke this program at any time without prior notice. GM Canada reserves the right to audit Dealer records and disqualify any amounts paid which do not qualify under the Program Guidelines. GM Canada will charge back to the Dealer any amounts paid on ineligible units. GM Canada reserves the right to take actions instead of or in addition to those set out in this paragraph. Final decisions on all matters relating to the interpretation of any rule or aspect of this activity rest solely with GM Canada.

Total Cash Back
$4,650

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CBG Subvented Finance Rate Program - Fixed/Prime - Excl. Quebec & BC * - Expires 2020-03-01

  • 0%
    48 Months
    $909.67
    $0.00 per Month per $1,000 Financed
  • 0%
    36 Months
    $1,212.89
    $0.00 per Month per $1,000 Financed
  • 0%
    84 Months
    $519.81
    $0.00 per Month per $1,000 Financed
  • 0%
    72 Months
    $606.44
    $0.00 per Month per $1,000 Financed
  • 0%
    60 Months
    $727.73
    $0.00 per Month per $1,000 Financed
* Payments are calculated based on 20% down payment. Eligibility and qualification restrictions may apply. More
CBG Subvented Finance Rate Program - Fixed/Prime - Excl. Quebec & BC
WHAT'S NEW?Finance rates on select vehicles have been revised. Please see section 4 of this home office letter and/orthe most recent incentive summary chart for more details.Reminder: GM Canada has updated the Dealer Proceeds section to reflect the following:· The bank shall forward proceeds to the Dealer (inclusive of the subvention cost).· It is imperative that Dealers report the delivery with the correct delivery type. In cases where the bank has forwarded proceeds to the Dealer in full against a VIN that is not eligible for finance subvention, i.e. missing delivery information, ineligible delivery type, incompatibility with previous claimed incentive code, etc. GM Canada will charge back Dealer the subvention amount included in the proceeds originally funded by the bank using the subvention codes below. Chargeback CodeScotiabank NSBRoyal Bank RBPTD Bank TDPChargebacks will include the reason for chargeback in an incentive memo. To have the chargeback reversed, Dealer must take corrective action per the chargeback memo and then contact the BARS Helpdesk to request the chargeback reversal. All chargeback reversals will be processed using subvention reversal code “SRC”. DETAILS & DEALER PROCESSThe Subvented Rate Finance Program is offered in conjunction with the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), Scotiabank and Toronto Dominion (TD) Bank and applies to fixed rate transactions only. Participating Dealers must obtain financing through one of these banks and credit is subject to the bank's credit policies and approval.1. On the DealerTrack or RouteOne worksheet, from the financing type dropdown box, choose “Loan. (Do not select “GM Loan”)2. Prime applicants are eligible for the Fixed Rate Finance Rate Program.3. The following directions apply when entering information into the portal: - Start with the ‘Vehicle Selection’ (DTN)/’Sale Vehicle’ (RouteOne) partlet - Enter the amount equal to the original Factory Invoice [MSRP + Freight + Air Tax] in the MSRP Field (used to calculate subvention cap) - Choose ‘GM SUB’ from the program drop down selection - Dealers are required to provide the original Factory Invoice disclosing the MSRP value at the time of funding. DEALER PROCEEDS - The bank shall forward proceeds to the dealer (inclusive of the subvention cost). - It is imperative that dealers report the delivery with the correct delivery type. Note: Dealers are still required to claim for the Cash Delivery Allowance (NSC/CDT) via Order WORKBENCH (“OWB”). LOAN DESCRIPTIONS FOR SCOTIABANK ONLY - All consumer credit applications are to be sent to Scotiabank via either the Route One or DealerTrack system (DTN portal). - Scotiabank will assess the customer’s credit application first for Prime loan approval and will forward (Cascade) automatically to SDA via DTN for Non-Prime consideration should they not qualify under the Prime guidelines. Cascade is not available via RouteOne. - Direct Non-Prime application submission to Scotia Dealer Advantage is available through both DTN & RouteOne. PLEASE NOTE: Cascade to SDA via DTN will only occur if the dealer has informed SDA that the flow through should be activated. If the dealer does not have Cascade activated, the dealer may contact their local SDA or Scotiabank Area Sales Manager to be activated. Activations typically can be completed within 24 hrs. Please ensure a Cascade agreement has been executed to allow this process to occur. DEALER RESERVE - No dealer markup is allowed on Stackable Subvented Fixed (Prime) Finance Rates. PAYMENT FREQUENCIES - Customers may choose one of the following payment frequencies: monthly, weekly, biweekly, semi-monthly.- Loans can be paid in full or in part via a lump sum prepayment without penalty. RETAIL VS. BUSINESS CONSUMERS * Both Individual and Commercial customers with a qualified co-buyer are eligible. SCOTIABANK ONLY Please note that vehicles are to be used for personal and non-commercial use only. Scotiabank commercial applicant guidelines exclude the commercial use of a vehicle such as a taxicab, limousine, other public transportation purposes, driver’s education, police or fire department use, ambulance use, daily rental, auto leasing companies, dealer use or other fleet uses. Company Applicant with Personal Co-Borrower:If the company has been in business less than two years, they can still be approved without financial statements with a personal co-borrower under the following conditions: - Credit bureau of a personal co-borrower is A, B, C+ or C - Personal co-borrower TDSR is within guidelines - No negative history on commercial credit bureau - Legal documentation* Company Applicant without Personal Co-Borrower:If the company has been in business greater than two years and they do not wish to sign as personal co-borrower, they can still be approved without financial statements under the following conditions: - Satisfactory commercial credit bureau and D&B repayment history - Legal documentation*If your customer does not fit into the above two categories, Scotiabank will still adjudicate your customer on an exception basis, with the submission of financial statements within applicable guidelines.*Legal documentation includes, but is not limited to, evidence of self-employment if unincorporated), proof of signing authority, proof of correct legal name and completed Customer Identification Verification form. Cash IncentiveMethod of application: CLAIMS - Paid to: RBC/Scotiabank/TD - Automatic Delivery Credit? YES - OWB Payment Code for Royal Bank of Canada: RBP- OWB Payment Code for Scotiabank: NSB - OWB Payment Code for Toronto Dominion Bank (TD) TDP - Must Delivery Data be received prior to payment? YES- Eligible for Incentive protection (Factory orders): YES - Customer Acknowledgment form required? YES- Claims must be submitted via OWB within 60 days of the program end date. Claims submitted after 60 days will be rejected and will not be eligible for payment.- A manual claim form containing an authorization signature from both the District Manager and Regional Manager, as well as rationale as to why it was missed along with supporting documentation, is required for claims submitted after the 60 day deadline.NEW Chargeback Procedure: In cases where the bank has forwarded proceeds to the dealer in full against a VIN that is not eligible for finance subvention, i.e. missing delivery information, ineligible delivery type, incompatibility with previous claimed incentive code, etc. GM will charge back dealer the subvention amount included in the proceeds originally funded by the bank using the subvention codes below. Chargeback Code Scotiabank NSB Royal Bank RBP TD Bank TDP Chargebacks will include the reason for chargeback in an incentive memo. To have the chargeback reversed, dealer must take corrective action per the chargeback memo and then contact the BARS Helpdesk to request the chargeback reversal. All chargeback reversals will be processed using subvention reversal code “SRC”.DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS:- Dealers are responsible for verifying customer eligibility. - Dealers must provide a copy of the following immediately upon completing the transaction. - Only copies of items that are asterisked (*) should be kept in the customer’s file (Deal Jacket) for GM Canada audit purposes: * Credit Application * Conditional Sales Contract/Contract of Sale by Installment * Personalized void cheque/Pre-Authorized Payment Form certified by borrower’s bank * Completed Customer Identification Verification Form AND (if required as a condition of approval) * copy of front and back of Driver’s License for each lessee showing the current address or * 2 other pieces of Government Issued ID for each lessee with legal name and current address * Proof of income (if requested) * original factory invoice (used to calculate subvention cap) * Bill of Sale * Loan Worksheet (from RouteOne or DealerTrack) * Copies of extended warranties and insurance policies if financed (as applicable showing the bank as Lien Holder) * Cash Purchase Discount – cost of borrowing form (if applicable) As per Privacy HOL 2014-708 ensure Dealers black out or otherwise render illegible, customer information from the driver’s license other than their name, address, signature, and photo (e.g. customer’s driver’s license number) Method of payment: N/A Other program guidelines: **PLEASE NOTE: A customer is considered a “Fleet Customer” if they, * Have been assigned a Fleet Account Number; or, * Would qualify for a Fleet Account Number. (see HOL 2012-409 for FAN eligibility requirements)* These fleet customers have the option of choosing either the Retail or Fleet incentive program(s). * Fleet customers approved for the Competitive Assistance Program (CAP) are eligible for the greater of the program benefit (if eligible) or the approved CA allowance* Dealers are required to pass on the total Fleet incentive amount received to Fleet Customers General policy guidelines: In the GM Canada Dealer Sales and Service Agreement, Dealers agree NOT to deliver vehicles to entities not approved for Resale. Accordingly, this program is not available to:* Used Vehicle Dealer* Wholesaler* BrokerReference HOL 2015-704 and revisions for complete details.It is the Dealer’s responsibility to read and understand the terms of any Home Office Letters (HOL) referred to in these program guidelines. Please contact the BARS Support Group if you would like to receive a copy of any HOL. Contact your Regional representative regarding the interpretation of any HOL. Exceptions to any HOL or policy are only effective if made in writing and signed by your Regional Manager or designate.All HOL and related documents and information should be treated as Strictly Confidential and not disclosed or shared outside the Dealership without the prior written consent of GM Canada. GM Canada reserves the right to amend or revoke this program at any time without prior notice.GM Canada reserves the right to audit Dealer records and disqualify any amounts paid which do not qualify under the Program Guidelines. GM Canada will charge back to the Dealer any amounts paid on ineligible units.

Disclaimer

Listed Incentives are available for registrations at Mills Motors Buick GMC located in Oshawa, ON. Information Provided by GMCA: Information is Reliable but not guaranteed. Finance Offers (APR) are available to qualified buyers subject to Credit Approval, not all buyers will qualify.

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