In December, we found out that the official starting price for the 2016 Chevrolet SS sedan was $46,575 plus a $995 destination fee. A pretty good price tag for the only new, eight-cylinder sport sedan with a manual gearbox aside from the BMW M5 and M6. And during a recent what-if-I-had-the-money browsing session, we noticed that a Philadelphia Chevy dealership was offering a brand new 2016 Chevrolet SS with a black exterior and black interior with red stitching for $41,198.
We were quite intrigued considering that there are only 134 SS sedans with a manual transmission are listed on Cars.com at the time of this writing, making this one the most affordable.
The dealer is able to offer the sporty, LS3-powered sedan at the price by stacking/combining every possible discount and incentive, including:
- $1000 – GM Military/Educator Discount – Expires 05/31.
- $1500 – GMF Down Payment Assist Offer – Expires 05/28
- $2000 – Chevy Trade Assist Offer (2005+ vehicle trade) – Expires 05/28
- $500 – General Motors Consumer Cash Program – Expires 05/31
It’s quite difficult to qualify for each one of these discounts, but if you do — then that’s one heck of a price for one great car.
Update: it appears that the vehicle in question has been de-listed from Cars.com. We’re trying to see if we can track it down for you.