As we discussed yesterday, plopping some cash on the hoods of 2016 Chevrolet Camaros seems to have helped tremendously, as sales spiked 25 percent in September for Chevrolet’s sports car. However, Chevrolet seems to have ratcheted up incentives even more, making certain Camaros stupid cheap. Like, $18,000 cheap at some dealers.
Jalopnik spotted a handful of Chevrolet Camaro LTs with either the 2.0-liter LTG turbocharged four-cylinder engine or 3.6-liter LGX V6 engine all hovering under $19,000 before tax, title, you know the deal.
But, official Chevrolet incentives for select Camaros include 20 percent off MSRP, making for a nearly $6,000 saving on LT models. Chevrolet is also running 72 months financing with zero percent APR. And, if that’s not enough, Chevrolet has introduced a $259 per month lease deal for 39 months.
As auto sales in the United States begin to plateau, cars consumers don’t really need will become the first victims of additional incentives. But, that means right now is an excellent time to scoop up a 2016 Camaro if its initial price tag was too hard to swallow.