Gas pump woes got you down? Suzuki may have the answer. Next week, the automaker will kick off its Free Gas for Summer incentive program.
From May 1 until August 31, all 2010 Suzuki models will come with a prepaid gas card ranging in value from $280 to $442, depending on model. The card is supposed to cover the average monthly driving distance of 1000 miles for three months; the value is determined by the vehicle’s EPA-estimated highway mpg. Suzuki draws on the U.S. Energy Information Administration for the national average price for one gallon of regular gas and, as expected, the more fuel-efficient models get the lower value card.
<;p class="MsoNoSpacing" target="_blank">In 2008, Suzuki first countered Chrysler’s “Let’s Refuel America” program with its free gas incentive. Last year, Suzuki also offered free gas but only with a purchase within the SX4 lineup.
<;p class="MsoNoSpacing" target="_blank">The 2010 Suzuki lineup includes the Kizashi, SX4 SportBack, SX4 Sedan, SX4 Crossover, Grand Vitara, and Equator.
<;p class="MsoNoSpacing" target="_blank">Source: Suzuki