Holden Special Vehicles is, for the first time, launching low-interest finance deals for two of its models: the Chevrolet Camaro and HSV SportsCat, based on the Holden Colorado.
CarAdvice first reported the news on Tuesday, which detailed the $0 deposit and low-interest offers. For the 2018 Chevrolet Camaro (which is only available as a 2SS coupe), the deal is $0 down and a 4.99 percent interest rate. With a drive-away cost of $92,990, the deal works out to $308 a week for four years with a final installment of $38,520. The total cost will work out to $105,208 for those that choose to finance through HSV. All figures listed are in Australian dollars.
The 2019 Chevrolet Camaro will also see a similar deal, though the weekly payment jumps to $349 over four years and a final installment of $38,520 for a total cost of $109,576. The Camaro ZL1 is not included in any of the deals.
For those interested in the HSV SportsCat, they’ll be met with a $71,990 drive-away cost. The finance deal for the off-road pickup is also a 4.99 percent interest rate with a $0 deposit. Weekly payments are $290 over four years and include a final installment amount of $21,870. The final cost works out to be $80,837. The SportsCat marked the first time HSV dipped its toes into tuning and modifying a pickup truck.
Of course, buyers can seek out their own financial institution to work out a finance offer with a traditional monthly payment. Most Australian institutions deal one to five-year loans for new cars.
Those who want to take advantage of the $0 down through HSV, however, have until June 30th to cash in and drive home with a new Camaro or SportsCat.