According to the paragon of truth and reality, Wikipedia:
The Carpocalypse has forced automakers to try and entice nervous buyers by offering to remove the burden of a car payment should consumers lose their jobs or worse. But which plan's the best?
When your announcement's stepped on by the competition, it forces you to announce a new program with the website for the program still sitting in the unpublished folder. But fear not, now it's working! [GMConfidence]
It doesn't bode well for the General when the GM Total Confidence quality assurance program website doesn't work mere minutes after launch. The General just can't get any breaks, can they? (H/t to Justin!) [GMConfidence]
GM's offering up their own Ford Advantage and Hyundai Assurance-like program for new car buyers. The difference? GM'll make nine payments for up to $500 per month but they'll do it longer — 24 months.