Put the Pedal to the Metal Behind the Wheel of Saturn and GM Vehicles at the Tampa Bay International Auto Show

Consumers attending the Tampa Bay International Auto Show Friday-Sunday, November 7-9 will have a unique opportunity to truly 'experience' the GM display by getting behind the wheel and test driving many of the General Motors' new, fuel-efficient vehicles.

Vehicles available for test drives that illustrate the breadth of General Motors' 2009 product portfolio include:

  • The Saturn Aura mid-size sports sedan, the popular Saturn Vue SUV and the Saturn Astra
  • The new Cadillac Escalade Hybrid, award-winning CTS, spacious Cadillac SRX crossover, and the Cadillac DTS full-size sedan
  • GMC's professional grade Yukon Hybrid and Sierra 1500 extended cab
  • The iconic and powerful HUMMER H3T Alpha
  • The sleek Buick Enclave CXL
  • The sporty Pontiac G6, high performance G8 GT and the Pontiac Vibe GT
  • The dramatically restyled Saab 9-3 Aero convertible
  • The all-new Chevy Traverse, completely redesigned Malibu Hybrid, award-winning best-selling Chevy Silverado, full-size SUV Chevy Tahoe, Chevy Avalanche, Chevy Colorado LT, popular Chevy HHR truck, Aveo 5, and the youthful and sporty Chevy Cobalt LT

The "GM Experience" Ride & Drive will be held Friday, November 7th from noon to 7:00 pm, Saturday, November 8th from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm and Sunday, November 9th from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Registration will be located in the drop-off area outside the Tampa Convention Center along Franklin Street, (directly across the street from the Embassy Suites Hotel) and inside the show at the GM auto show display on the show floor.

Test drive participants will also receive a car care kit upon the completion of the drive.

To participate, drivers must be at least 21 years of age and present a valid driver's license. Children may ride along as passengers if seating is available. No sales people will be on-site at the "GM Experience" Ride & Drive, however product specialists will be on hand to answer any consumer questions.

Source: GM

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