See the link below. GM is selling used cars traded in by employees. It appears that they are also selling rental cars, which I presume dealers rented. IIRC, auto manufacturers own a part of some rental companies. Ford owns part of Hertz. Maybe that is what they mean when they say it was a rental car. In MD, all the cars are rentals and are two to three years old. Typical mileage I saw was between 13,000 and 20,000 miles. It was interesting to see that GM listed visible warts in the listings, like paint blemishes and dents. If this works for them, maybe other manufacturers might do the same thing.
A college friend worked for Motorola when it was part of Ford. He said there were cross hatched parking spots where company cars were parked so that the employees could put Ina bid for the cars when they became available. It was a perk for the executives. He said there were Panteras on the lot, as well as more mundane cars like Mustangs, and LTDs I’m sure. Not that Mustangs were mundane, just compared to Panteras. What do you guys think about the plan?