General Motors continues to feature 0 percent auto loans on several models across its four brands in October. GM also has lease deals on several luxury models and sizeable cash back rebates on leftover 2010 models.
Chevrolet‘s Truck Month features interest-free auto loans on all trucks and full-size SUVs in October. For 36 months, the 2011 Colorado, Express, Suburban, Tahoe and Traverse are available. For 60 months, the 2011 Avalanche and Silverado are 0 percent, while the 2010 Colorado, Suburban and Traverse are also 0 percent. For a lengthy 72 months, the 2010 Avalanche, Silverado and Tahoe are 0 percent.
Most 2010 Chevy cars and crossovers are also 0 percent in October, with some auto loans up to 72 months long. New 2011 models have low auto loan rate incentives. Cash back is also available for buyers who finance their car loan through their bank, credit union or pay cash. Current AARP members will receive $1,000 customer cash on 2010 and 2011 Chevrolet Impala sedans this month.
The 2011 GMC Acadia has 0 percent auto loan financing in October.
Buick is offering 0 percent auto loans in October on its 2010 and 2011 Enclave and 2010 Lucerne. There are also low car loan rates available on the 2011 Regal, 2011 Lucerne and 2010 and 2011 LaCrosse. If you’d rather lease a new Buick, the 2011 Enclave is $399 a month for 39 months with $2,359 at signing, while the 2011 LaCrosse CX is $319 a month for 39 months with $1,519 at signing. The 2011 Regal can be leased for $289 a month for 39 months with $1,669 due at signing.
GMC is also celebrating Truck Month by offering 0 percent car loans on its 2010 Canyon, Savana, Yukon and 2011 Acadia. The Power Tech Sierra package includes a $5,000 discount when you finance with Ally. Cash back up to $3,500 is also available if you have your own financing or want to pay cash. The 2011 Sierra also comes with one free year of Sirius XM Radio. The 2011 GMC Acadia, Sierra and Terrain have 39-month lease incentives in October.
Cadillac is offering lease incentives on its 2011 vehicles and lengthy 0 percent auto loans on remaining 2010 models. The 2011 CTS sedan and SRX have 24-month lease deals this month, while the DTS, Escalade and STS can be leased for 39 months. Remaining 2010 Cadillac SRX crossovers are 0 percent for 36 months, while 2010 Escalade and CTS models are 0 percent for up to a lengthy 72 months.
Incentives listed are for the southeast region. They may differ depending on where you live. Check GM’s brands’ sites to find the incentives in your area.