Chevrolet Silverado Incentives Being Extended

Chevrolet Silverado Incentives Being Extended

After being beat last month by Ram in sales, Chevrolet extended its March incentives into April.

The Ram pickup outsold the Chevrolet Silverado for the first time last month since August 1999, besting the Silverado’s 42,247 units by 285 trucks. In hopes of ensuring that doesn’t happen again in April, Chevy has extended its March Truck Month promotion to April, boosting lease incentives and increasing consumer savings on certain Silverado models.

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Last month, the American automaker’s promotion offered discounted supplier pricing for all customers on the 2014 Silverado with savings off MSRP on certain models of up to $7,541. It appears that Chevy will add “an additional $1,000 of bonus cash on light-duty Silverado double cabs,” for the month of April. Savings will top out at $8,162 for the light-duty double cab V8 model while the 4×4 Silverado 2500HD crew cab can be had with up to $8,974 in discounts.

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[Source: Automotive News]

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  • narg

    GM needs to wake up. Ford outsells them all the time. Why? Simple, price. Now with the new trucks, GM is even more expensive now than ever. People don’t have the kind of money that GM wants these days.