Sign up at true car. You will get $10K offers off and 0% APR for Silverado's. F-150 with similar rebates up to 0% and Ford will make the first 3 months of payments. Not to mention in Wyoming on XLT F150's on 2019 models over 10K MSRP is offered before you even contact the dealership.
Originally Posted by sloinker
You can go to the manufacturers website's and see that most rebate versus finance deals cannot be combined. I'm not saying the price isn't negotiable but the dealer will not get both offers from the factory....either/or is what I see. Show me proof that you can get both and I may be in the market myself soon.
Originally Posted by ryster
Must be regional, then, because out here the dealers state it is one or the other. 0% or the rebate. They are not combining them. That might change in a month or two when we are still shut down.
Originally Posted by dave1251
No it doesn't. It zero APR and 10-12K in rebates. The car market is in the deep end bad.
Originally Posted by mk378
The zero APR often means you'll forego a substantial rebate that otherwise everyone gets. So the actual street price of the truck and the resale value reflects the rebate not what you're going to finance. The sticker price on GM has always been greatly inflated.