General Motors hasn’t been in the greatest of financial health over the last couple years, but they have come back from the dire straits of last summer. The success of the new 2010 Chevrolet Camaro has been an integral part of this, as well as, American’s feeling that they should buy American (GM especially) since they now own a stake in the company. The much-awaited roll out of the 2011 Chevrolet Volt has also given a boost to the company’s image. The new successes haven’t been without some casualties along the way, namely Pontiac and Saturn being discontinued. GM has a new incentive program for current Saturn customer—$2,000 cash to by a new GM.

Besides getting a new auto insurance quote, there are some strings attached there are some strings attached, as always, but a current Saturn customer can visit and see the qualifying GM models that will give them top incentive. Basically, GM is offering $1,000 cash or $500 lease cash for small cars like the Aveo, Cobalt and HHR (see full list). The CTS, Camaro and Corvette are also included in the above incentive category. To get the $2,000 cash or $1,000 lease cash you have to upgrade to something like the Buick Lucerne, Cadillac DTS, GMC Sierra or a Tahoe (see full list). We should mention that the program runs now through March 31, 2010 and the incentive dollars for Saturn customers can be combined with other current incentives.

Not in the market for a new car? Well, GM has an offer for those current Saturn customers as well. Customers that aren’t looking to buy new can take advantage of what GM is calling a “special offer from GMAC.” This offer gives returning Saturn customers 3.9% APR financing (for qualified buyers) on Certified Used Pontiac G6 models. Certainly something for everyone, or at least that is what GM is trying for. Will it help, only time will tell.