After a little bit of digging, we reported the stop-sale for the 2016 Chevrolet SS had officially been lifted on a dealer-by-dealer basis as parts begin to reach dealerships nationwide.
For buyers who were unable to take delivery of their new vehicles, this is excellent news, since some have been waiting for four months. However, if you’re a prospective buyer, it may be the time to buy.
As the stop-sale was put into effect on the 2016 Chevrolet SS, the brand was offering 20 percent off MSRP for the performance sedan, effectively dropping the price under $40,000 in many cases. It seems Chevrolet dealers are still honoring the incentive after perusing available inventory via Chevrolet’s official site.
Many had questioned if Chevrolet would let the incentives expire on the car, but fortunately for many, that’s not the case.
The cash back promotion puts the SS sedan in 2016 Chevrolet Camaro SS price territory, meaning a lot of car for much less money. If you’re holding out for a 2017 Chevrolet SS, they’ll be hard to come by; GM has ordered just 1,000 SS sedans for the vehicle’s final model year.