No Chevy Express Discount Offers In November 20218
During the month of November 2021, Chevy Express discount offers are nowhere to be found, as General Motors began to reduce rebates on the 2021 Express a few months ago. However, 0 percent APR financing is available on both Passenger and Cargo configurations of the venerable full-size van.
For those who may not be familiar with the products, both vehicles ride on the GM GMT 610 platform, and offer identical powertrain options, which include the 4.3L LV1 V6, 6.0L L96 Vortec V8, 6.0L LC8 Vortec V8, and Duramax turbo-diesel 2.8L LWN I4 engines. Notably, both 6.0-liter eight-cylinder engine options have been deleted for the 2021 model year, and replaced by the 6.6-liter L8T V8 engine.
While it is currently unclear when or if a next-generation Express will reach the market, we do know that the current model will continue to be sold through the 2023 calendar year. Meanwhile, GM unveiled its new commercial electric vehicle division called BrightDrop, and production of its first model called the EV600 will take place at the GM CAMI plant in Canada.
Chevy Express Discount Offers
As mentioned previously, there aren’t any manufacturer rebates available for the Chevy Express this month. That said, there is a finance offer available.
- Finance Offer: 0 percent APR for up to 72 months
- Offer only available for well-qualified buyers
Notably, the above offer is set to expire after November 30th, 2021.
Chevrolet Express Pricing
For reference, here are the 2021 Express trim levels and their corresponding starting MSRPs, destination freight charge included:
- LS – $38,495
- LT – $40,595
- Work Van – $34,295
- Must take delivery by November 30th, 2021.
- See dealer for details.
- Incentive for the United States of America, unless otherwise specified.
- Some customers may not qualify for this Chevy Express discount offer.
- Offers not available with special finance, lease, and some other offers.
We strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information about the vehicles and their incentives in question, but errors and misprints can happen. In addition, the manufacturer can change incentive information at any time and without notice. Always consult with your dealer regarding color availability information before making purchase decisions. GM Authority will not be held responsible for any misprints, typos or any other errors.
No Chevy Express Discount Offers In February 2023
No special finance or lease incentives available either.
Here’s When 2024 Chevy Express Production Will Start
No significant updates are expected.
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No “discount offers to be found”???
Story should read, “New Chevrolet vehicles for sale are nowhere to be found.”
Agreed, and if they’d spend 10% of what’s been thrown at the Corvette and upgrade the front end to what the current Silverado looks like, plus give us a nicer interior, they’d have a winner.
Hey GM ! Here’s a Billion Dollars worth of advice. Give the Chevy/GMC vans a full upgrade. Give the Chevy and GMC vans the front end treatment the great looking pickups have gotten. Upgrade the interiors to include sat/radio an nav/system. Nice comfy seats. Now … with the SWB full size pickup coming back include a short wheel based variant for us who faithfully drove the Chevy Astros an GMC Safari vans … the SWB Silverado platform would allow this, and I’d be very interested in this with the great 4 CYC turbo power plant. Those of us with medical needs this would be great to have. Do this, and the sales will come, and it’s what people want, no rebates needed.
You cannot slap a Silverado LD or put a small 4 cylinder on it. Aerodynamics are poor on vans, so fuel economy suffers, so the thing must have >8500 lb GVWR to be exempt from CAFE. This is true for the Ford Transit, E-series, Nissan NV, MB Sprinter, and Ram Promaster.
Not doubting there’s a market for a true 1/2 ton van, just that the government won’t allow it. There’s been some migration to pickup chassis cabs (see ambulances), so the remaining true commercial van market is probably going to go electric.
The 4-CYC w/the SWB would work. The new 4 CYC puts out more HP than the old 4.3 V6 I had on older SWB full sized vans and the Astros that replaced them. The old 4.3 was 190hp, the new 2.7 Turbo is pushing over 250 hp. The segment that’d be buying these are people like me whose medical needs (wheel chair, etc), family haulers, plumbers, ele companies, even the power company used the SWB van with the inline 6 CYC as we bought a couple for delivery van as we had a small engine shop. The market is there, and the aero package isn’t even a deal breaker. My old 1500 SWB with the 4.3 … almost 22 mpg on the highway. If the new 2.7 4 CYC would just hit 25 mpg on the interstate I’d call that … well done. The market is there, all but Ford has abandoned it, looking right now at a Transit.
CAFE requires that something the size of a van hit 30 MPG combined by 2023 and 33 by 2025. The last Express 1500 with the 4.3L V6 was rated for 16. So they can’t call it done.
Go complain to the President, Congress, and EPA.
30 mpg, and do it standing alone … if that is the case, Toyota, Chrysler, Kia, Mercedes among others will have to quit selling the vans with names like Metris, Pacifica among others. Why? Those won’t hit the 30 mpg either. CAFE stands for Corporate Average Fuel Economy … GM needs to do as has Ford. Ford’s Maverick solved two issues, the need for a fuel efficient pickup, and CAFE. School time, as long as all of Ford’s offerings Maverick, Ranger, F-Series when added together come up to over 30 mpg that is all that’s needed to fulfill the governments 30 mpg standards. When the above mentioned group their vehicles that come up with the magic number … so say GM get’s “smarter” (still got a way to go) and brings the small pickup sold in Central America that at one time was named the Chevy Tornado for sale here, that might just push them towards a 35 mpg CAFE mark. As it stands right now Mercedes is selling thousands of Metris vans in every variation in the US. I’m shopping vans today … I’m old school if there was a Mercedes dealer closer than 40 miles away I’d already own one … I made the mistake of buying a car out of town once, that gets old real quick when you needs other than regular maintenance.
But are they building them? Would love to have 0% finance on mine when/if it ever arrives.