Great Timing If You’re Looking to Buy a New Corvette
Getting into a new C7 Corvette just got a lot easier.
In a move to clear out all the 2016 inventory, a number of Chevy dealerships are offering several incentives and finance programs on the sports car, like 10 percent off MSRP cash back, or zero-percent financing for 72 months.
Jalopnik has compiled some of the deals, noting that there could be a number of other incentives available as well. One includes a new 2017 Grand Sport being sold in Philadelphia for $62,298 — more than $13,000 under the $75,630 MSRP, with rates as low as 4.90 percent APR for qualified buyers.
There’s also a 2016 Corvette Z06 for $74,625, which claims to be $17,000 under the $91,625 MSRP, with 0.0 percent APR for qualified buyers.
Of course, there are always those additional costs that surface just when you’re about to sign on the dotted line. But all in all, you still might be able to find some great deals before the discounts wrap up.
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