Car sales are on a downward spiral from the Coronavirus epidemic. That’s led many automakers to introduce finance relief and deals to get people to buy cars. The “Chevy Cares” program has extended its reach to help those affected by Coronavirus. Interestingly, that has led to some great deals on the Camaro and C7 Corvette.
While the 2020 C8 Corvette may be shiny, new and just hitting showrooms, that also makes it hard to find and expensive. So let’s not forget what a fantastic car the C7 still is, either. It moved the game on for the Corvette name massively, finally making it more than a muscle car trying to be a sports car. And now, it’s the last ever front-engined Corvette.
Chevy wants to move the C7’s still on dealerships, hence the deals. Unfortunately, they are limited to the base Stingray and Z06 model. Sorry, Grand Sport and ZR1 fans. Chevy is offering $2,000 in “Consumer Cash” when you buy a base Stingray outright. As for financing, you can get 0% APR for 72 months on both the Stingray and the Z06.
The Camaro has some great deals too, but there’s a catch. For the best promotions under Chevy Cares, you need to be a current Ford Mustang owner. Chevy fell into third place in muscle car sales last year, and it can’t be happy about that. Chevy is offering $3,750 total cash allowance for 2019 Camaro’s, and $3,250 for 2020 models, but only for current Mustang owners. It doesn’t specify if this is for a lease, finance, or outright buy, however.
Don’t lose hope if you want a Camaro, but don’t own a Mustang. For an outright buy, you can get $1,750 or $1,250 in Consumer Cash for 2019 and 2020 models, respectively. If leasing, you can get a 2020 Camaro LT at $349 per month in a 39 month lease. But you probably shouldn’t, the LT is the base Camaro and its only for an ultra-low milage lease.
All in all, these deals are worth checking out if you want a Camaro or C7 Corvette. Best of all, Chevy is allowing customers to buy cars online and have them shipped to your home or dealer for delivery, with participating dealerships. What better way to help your quarantine blues than to get a new Camaro or Corvette.