Well, how about those interest free 84 month loans going on out there--any takers?
Maybe .. if I could get my hands on a C8 Corvette, and the factories weren't shutting down.
You may very well get your chance. I heard thru some back channel that a lot of those who initially put down deposits on C-8s may be having second thoughts and backing out. Perhaps some deals can be had.
Hah, you know the answer to that!I wonder if the cable companies are going to give refunds on the now useless sport packages?
I know, there's nothing out there. I could probably stomach a heavily discounted CT5 "V", particularly if it does hold true they eventually have a manual.Zero percent financing and 4 month delay in payments means absolutely nothing to me. I have a 839 credit rating, I always qualify for the lowest interest rates and I never finance a vehicle for longer than 60 months. Financing a vehicle for 84 months is just another way of saying I want to be upside down in my vehicle. In my entire life I have never gotten rid of (traded, sold...etc) of a car in which I was upside down on the payments.
4 months no payments. Whoopee! Seriously that is even more useless to me than than the zero percent for 84 months. All it means is that the break even point on money owned on the car I would owe 84 payments on will now be 4 months plus later.
All of this is just an attempt to convince those who cannot afford it to over spend. While this might work on those who could not afford a new car any other way it does nothing for me. Because GM has decided to get out of the car business by only making SUVs and trucks while I pretty much only drive large sports sedans it will be a hard sale. Maybe if they had another 20% off everything sale (like when I bought the 2016 SS) they could interest me in coming in to look at SUV (UHG!), but their current enticements do nothing for me.....
I fear that after 25 years of only buying GM products I will be looking elsewhere when the time comes....