Mustang would have to almost double their normal sales month while Chevy sold zero for that to happen. A sale like this was far from necessary. Too bad I doubt a 1LE is sitting out there for this kind of deal...No way Chevy is going to let mustang sell more than camaro for 2014.
Best value - Find a 2014 Chevy Cruze Diesel. You should score about $6,000 from the program, $500 from your offer and I will estimate $ 1500 from the dealer for an estimated total of $ 8000. Then find a credit union and get a six year loan for about 2%.I can't believe the number 2014's GM still has in stock!?
I was just poking around on Chevy.com and got a Pop-up Offer too!
Additional: $500 - Cruze & Sonic, $1,000 - Malibu, Equinox, Impala, Volt, SS, $1,500 - Traverse, Silverado
On that subject, how's the Cruze Diesel doing in the market??Best value - Find a 2014 Chevy Cruze Diesel. You should score about $6,000 from the program, $500 from your offer and I will estimate $ 1500 from the dealer for an estimated total of $ 8000. Then find a credit union and get a six year loan for about 2%.
Depends on the dealer...the dealer I spoke with wouldn't budge, but my dad got an additional couple grand off (on top of the 20% cash back) on a 2014 Sierra.Is this like a rebate and then the dealer will discount on top of it? Or is this more like a final no-haggle price?
Too bad the SS or Silverados aren't on this deal. Wasn't this the same deal as the GMC Black Friday event?Let's just get this out of the way right now: No, the Corvette is not included in this (extraordinary) incentive event.
Best way to find a 20% off vehicle: Go to Chevy.com and search "shopping tools" for "dealer inventory". The 20% vehicles will be marked.
$8,500 cash back (plus assumed dealer discount and possible USAA/GM Card) on a Camaro SS? Ho, Ho, Ho!!