GM has finally decided to get serious about selling Chevy parts.
The automaker has finally agreed to let sellers of Chevy parts make their own at the expense of Amazon.com, allowing GM to sell them at full retail prices.
GM has been working on the arrangement for some time, and last month GM announced it would allow Amazon to sell Chevy vehicles directly to customers, rather than using its own inventory.
GM’s announcement came as part of its efforts to make its car parts business more attractive to consumers.
Now that it has finally reached this point, GM is hoping that the arrangement will help the company attract more customers and expand its automotive sales.
“I don’t think we could have achieved what we’ve done without the help of Amazon,” General Motors CEO Mary Barra said.
“We’ve been working to help our customers get the most value out of their vehicles.
With the new agreement, we will be able to offer the most attractive vehicle options, which includes the option to purchase a fully assembled Chevy vehicle in many of our markets.”
GM is also working on a deal to allow Amazon dealers to sell parts directly to their customers.
Under the new arrangement, GM will be allowed to sell its own products at a higher price than Amazon’s.
The deal will allow Amazon, which currently sells a smaller range of parts than GM, to continue to be a significant part of GM’s business.
Amazon currently sells vehicles to dealerships for about $4,000, or about half of what GM is paying.
But GM has not been able to make a profit off of the deal, and GM expects that it will soon face a loss in the short term.
In its announcement last week, GM said that the move will make it more competitive and help GM “bring more value to our customers and reduce the overall cost of ownership.”