Chevrolet is now seeking to take a market cut from Asian automakers with a loss meant to convince owners to alter brands. The change is supposed to disrupt almost 85 percent of this trade ahead after the financial year in areas where Asian manufacturers like Hyundai, Honda, Toyota, Kia are popular. The incentive is for buyers of specific areas who can show they have a 2007 or later non-GM vehicle.
Cars Direct discovered after falling upon a release sent to dealers, unveiling a $750 discount available with most Chevy’s stocks, be them cars, SUVs, or pickups. That might not seem like enough, but the great thing is the incentive can be clubbed with available discounts.
The 2022 Bolt EV and EUV were revealed on February 14. Now, Chevrolet is aiming for better sales by offering deep discounts on new 2020 and 2021 variants. It makes for a more winning proposition to some customers who might not want to opt for Bolt otherwise. One merchant in the Bay Area is going so far as to sell one for a $49 per month lease with a starting price close to $20,000. The 2020 Trax is already offered with a 0-percent APR that can be clubbed with the offer.
However, the beloved Silverado pickup is unavailable for its $750 purchase offer and holds $250 after lease. Even the C8 Corvette is specifically excluded; the sporty car yields limited accessibility and high prices. The incentive value drops to just $500, should you want to lease your vehicle. And, if you plan to buy the truck outright, you sure won’t get any discount. This offer is also available on cars from GMC and Buick and the offer ends on this monday.