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GM Launches All-New Fleet & Commercial Website

August 16, 2012

DETROIT – General Motors has launched an all-new website at www.gmfleet.com for GM Fleet & Commercial Operations. GM said it organized the main navigation to allow site visitors to find vehicle information, business solutions service, resource guides, and the latest GM Fleet & Commercial news and contact information.

The automaker said the new Web platform features a revamped homepage with streamlined navigation and a number of quick links that allow users to find shopping tools, GM Global Fleet, GM Fleet & Commercial’s YouTube channel, and the Fleet & Commercial LinkedIn page more easily. For frequent visitors, GM provides a quick link to GM’s Fleet Tools in the upper right corner of the homepage. The new site is also optimized for use with tablets and mobile devices.

The vehicle search and overview sections allows site visitors to search by brand, category, or by specialty. New vehicle model overviews also feature videos, photo galleries, specs, and more. GM added that it enhanced the “build your own” feature on the site with 360-degree views.

You can visit the updated website at www.gmfleet.com.

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