Chevrolet Incentives Perk Up for December

2010 Chevrolet TraverseAs we get closer to the end of 2010, automakers are starting to pile on the cash on their remaining 2010 model year inventory and some of the 2011 models, too.

The same holds true at America’s second-largest automotive brand, Chevrolet. Vehicles such as the outgoing 2010 Aveo get $2,500 cash back, which, proportional to its $11,965 starting price, is a nice chunk of change. The more popular 2010 Malibu gets $3,500, and the 2011 Malibu gets $2,000. Chevrolet’s large SUVs, crossovers and trucks get between $2,000 and $5,000 cash back.

The new Cruze, Equinox and Camaro, which continue to sell like hotcakes, don’t have any cash-back deals. The Equinox and Cruze do have some attractive lease deals, though: You can take a Cruze home for as little as $159 a month for 39 months.

Almost all 2010 and 2011 models get attractive financing options between 0% and 3.9% for up to 72 months.

GM is no longer producing any 2010 model year vehicles, and overall, 2010 models make up only about 16% to 18% of GM’s current inventory; the rest are 2011 models. That means some of these great deals are probably hard to come by. All of the current incentives expire Jan. 3.

Chevrolet: Cash-Back or APR Financing Deals  

  • 2010 Aveo (excludes LT): $2,500 or 0%-3.9% up to 72 months  
  • 2011 Aveo (excludes LT): $1,000 or 0%-3.9% up to 72 months 
  • 2010 Cobalt (excludes SS, LT): $3,000 or 0%-3.9% up to 72 months  
  • 2011 Cruze: 2.9%-3.9% up to 72 months 
  • 2011 Impala (excludes LT, LTZ): $3,000 or 0%-3.9% up to 72 months  
  • 2010 Impala (excludes LT, LTZ): $4,000 or 0%-3.9% up to 72 months  
  • 2010 Malibu: $3,500 or 0%-3.9% up to 72 months  
  • 2011 Malibu: $2,000 or 0%-3.9% up to 72 months  
  • 2010-2011 Equinox: 0%-3.9% up to 72 months  
  • 2010 HHR /Panel (excludes LT, SS): $4,000 or 0%-3.9% up to 72 months  
  • 2011 HHR/Panel (excludes LT, SS): $2,500 or 0%-3.9% up to 72 months  
  • 2010 Suburban: $3,000 or 0%-3.9% up to 72 months  
  • 2011 Suburban: $2,000 or 0%-3.9% APR up to 72 months  
  • 2010 Tahoe: $3,000 or 0%-3.9% up to 72 months  
  • 2011 Tahoe: $2,000 or 0%-3.9% up to 72 months  
  • 2010 Traverse: $2,500 or 0%-3.9% up to 72 months  
  • 2011Traverse: $2,000 or 0%-3.9% up to 72 months  
  • 2011 Camaro: 3.9% up to 60 months  
  • 2010 Corvette (includes ZR1): $3,000 or 0%-3.9% APR up to 72 months  
  • 2011 Corvette (includes ZR1): 0%-3.9% up to 72 months  
  • 2010 Avalanche: $5,000 or 0%-3.9% up to 72 months  
  • 2011 Avalanche: $3,000 or 0%-3.9% up to 72 months  
  • 2010 Silverado 1500 (regular, crew, extended cabs): $4,500-$5,000 or 0%-3.9% up to 72 months  
  • 2011 Silverado 1500 (regular, crew, extended cabs): $2,000-$2,500 or 0%-3.9% APR up to 72 months  
  • 2010 Silverado 2500HD, 3500HD: $5,000 or 0%-3.9% up to 72 months  
  • 2011 Silverado 2500HD/3500HD: $2,000 or 0%-3.9% up to 72 months 

Lease Deals

  • 2011 Cruze LS: $159 per month for 39 months, $1,509 due at signing  
  • 2011 Malibu LS: $179 per month for 39 months, $1,529 due at signing  
  • 2011 Equinox LS: $239 per month for 39 months, $2,269 due at signing  
  • 2011 Traverse LS: $299 per month for 39 months, $1,899 due at signing  
  • 2011 Silverado 1500 extended cab 4WD LT: $289 per month for 39 months, $2,389 due at signing 

*These represent the best deals we could find nationally. Offers in your region may differ.

Comments 

faisal

hi
this is really good
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