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Get A Screamin' Deal On A New Chevy If You Own An Asian Car

motor1 logo motor1 3/11/2018 Anthony Alaniz

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You could get $12,000 off a Corvette.

If you’re in the market for a new car, maybe take a gander at your local Chevy dealership. Through April 2, Chevy is offering up to $2,500 to current drivers of select Asian brands. Own a Daewoo that’s newer than 1999? Don’t worry, that’s on the list of approved vehicles for the incentive. However, as with most incentive offers, there are some quirks.

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First, the incentive is available to owners and lessees of any Daewoo, Hyundai, Honda, Isuzu, Kia, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Scion, Subaru, Suzuki, or Toyota vehicle that’s a 1999 model year or newer. You can apply the incentive toward a purchase or lease of a 2018 Chevy. However, if you’re looking at a 2017 model, the incentive can only be applied toward the purchase of a vehicle. Certain base models are excluded from the incentive.

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What’s interesting is how you can stack several incentives into one and cash in big on a new 2017 Corvette. The $2,500 incentive if you own an Asian brand vehicle is available along with something called Flex-Cash that dealers are using to discount prices. Dealers are giving up to $8,000. Then there’s the down payment assistance incentive of $1,500 if you take a loan out for the purchase. That’s a total savings of $12,000.

If a Corvette is a tad rich for your wallet, there is the Chevy Sonic. Combined incentives have the potential to reduce the price by up to $5,000. There’s the aforementioned $2,500 Asian automaker discount, plus a $1,000 rebate, and the $1,500 down payment assistance incentive. That’s quite a lot of money saved, especially on a car that starts at just over $16,000 before discounts.

To catch the discount, all you need is proof of ownership or a current lease contract. Oh, there’s also no requirement to trade-in your current vehicle to receive the discount.

Source:CarsDirect.com

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