The News Wheel
No Comments

Chevrolet Offers Significant Discounts on the Cruze Prior to Its Cancellation

Decrease Font Size Increase Font Size Text Size Print This Page

Now is the best time to purchase a Chevy Cruze before it inevitably leaves the Chevrolet lineup

The Chevrolet Cruze is among the passenger cars that GM discontinued late last year. Therefore, if you’ve ever had your heart set on purchasing Chevy’s signature sedan, now might be the best time to do it, especially since GM is offering some heavy discounts for it.


Surviving Sedans: Sporty new Malibu RS features


Starting this month, Chevy customers can reduce the price of the Cruze by up to $4,250. To apply for this steep cash allowance discount, which is available for 2018 Cruze models, customers must finance with GM Financial.

If you’d rather opt for the newer 2019 Chevy Cruze model, the cash allowance discount is reduced to $3,250. You’ll also still need to finance with GM Financial.

Customers who choose to forego financing through GM will still receive customer cash towards the purchase of their new Cruze. For 2018 Cruze models, $2,500 customer cash is available, while customers can receive $1,500 for 2019 Cruze vehicles. These customer cash discounts are not available for the Cruze’s base L trim level.


The Rise of the Utility Vehicle: Chevy adds Premier Plus Special Editions to SUV lineup


The 2018 Chevrolet Cruze starts with a $17,850 price tag for the base L sedan model, with its most expensive iteration being the Cruze Hatch Diesel, which costs $26,395. The 2019 Cruze model is a little more pricey. The base L sedan starts at $18,870 and the Hatch Diesel costs $26,995.

The discount is not available with special finance or lease offers. Furthermore, customers must take delivery of the Cruze by the end of this month in order to qualify.

At the end of 2018, Cruze sales had fallen 22.8 percent year-over-year, sealing the sedan’s fate. For remaining fans of the Cruze sedan, this discount offers a less expensive way to drive off the lot in a new Cruze one last time.

News Source: GM Authority