Buick GMC courtesy loaner vehicle

Getting a courtesy loaner vehicle is one of the best ways to take home a new car. This page will share some exciting details that not many people know about. But once you do know, you'll never look at buying or leasing a new vehicle the same way. Check out our new Buick GMC inventory to get a sense of what we have available as loaners. Keep scrolling for current inventory, savings, and tips.

Everyone Wins at Wilkins, Especially With a Courtesy Loaner Vehicle

The cost of living in Glen Burnie, MD, seems to be creeping up these days. Every penny saved feels like another penny earned. This is exactly what makes buying or leasing a service loaner so appealing. Here's why:

  • You're Getting A New Car - Any loaner vehicle from our dealership is from the current model year. They're used exclusively for service customers and barely have any miles on them (no more than about 6,000 miles) once made available for purchase or lease.

  • You're Getting A Used Car - Since these current model year vehicles have been used by us, they're technically not new anymore (even though they haven't been titled). You are still the first registered owner, and you get a current model with some great used car savings.

Take the trip in from points near Pasadena and beyond. We'll make sure we structure the deal in a way that makes the most sense for you. Then you get to drive home in a great GMC loaner car knowing that you just hit the jackpot.

How Good Will My Courtesy Loaner Vehicle Be? And Other FAQs

Considering the fact each Buick loaner car and SUV has about 6,000 miles on them, you're driving off near Columbia in a vehicle that's just been broken in for you. They're inspected, serviced, and as good as new - if not better. You'll also get the balance of the new car warranty, so whether you're purchasing or leasing, you're covered for the road ahead. Here are some other FAQs that might help you make up your mind:

What is a courtesy loaner vehicle from a dealership?

A courtesy loaner vehicle is a vehicle given out to service department customers while their car is being repaired or serviced. We're only allowed to use them for a certain period of time, which is why they have so few miles on them. You benefit from incredible savings that you don't normally find on other current year model vehicles.

What is the difference between a loaner car and a rental car?

A courtesy loaner vehicle is yours to use without charge. Typically, there are no mileage restrictions. A rental car is a paid service, usually by the day or week, from a third party not associated with our dealership.

What is the meaning of a loaner vehicle?

A courtesy loaner vehicle means that a like-vehicle will be loaned to you by the dealership as temporary transportation while your vehicle is being serviced. Once your current vehicle is ready, you will need to bring your loaner back to us. Unless, of course, you would like to buy it.

Schedule service at Wilkins Buick GMC and take advantage of our service coupons, rapid turnaround, and more. We won't mind if you've really just popped in to see what courtesy loaner vehicle is right for your next lease or purchase.

Everyone Wins at Wilkins

If you live anywhere near Baltimore, you've got to come and see us. We're always worth the effort, and our customers keep coming back for more. We know how to treat our guests, and we encourage you to contact sales and explore our lineup. Whether you're after a new GMC Sierra 2500 for sale, a gorgeous Buick Enclave Avenir, or the electrified GMC Hummer, you can't help but pick a winner.

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Wilkins Buick GMC Courtesy Loaner - Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)