GMC Savana discount offers remain non-existent in June 2022. While interest-free financing for the full-size passenger and cargo van was available at the beginning of the year, this incentive is no longer available.
GMC Savana Discount Offers
There are no GMC Savana discount offers during the month of June, and no special financing or lease incentives either. The Professional Grade brand is referring customers to its dealerships for more details on purchase and finance options for the Savana.
GMC Savana Pricing
For reference, 2021 and 2022 GMC Savana configurations, trim levels, and their corresponding starting MSRPs are as follows, $1,695 destination freight charge included:
- LS – $38,895
- LT – $40,995
- Work Van – $34,695
The 2022 GMC Savana represents the 19th model year of the nameplate. Both the passenger and cargo vans ride on the GM GMT 610 platform, and offer identical powertrain options, which include the 4.3L V6 LV1, 6.0L V8 L96, 6.0L V8 LC8, 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 6.6L V8 L8T engine, along with other minor changes and updates for the 2021 GMC Savana.
The Savana’s platform twin, the Chevy Express, will continue to be sold through the 2023 calendar year. GM has provisions to extend production through 2025, if it deems necessary. Each model year will likely include minor changes, updates, and improvements, which has been the case since the inception of the current models. Those same plans will most likely apply to the GMC Savana.
In the meantime, several all-new battery-electric models are on the way to replace the two dated vans, with the first being the BrightDrop Zevo 600 and BrightDrop Zevo 400. Since being launched at the beginning of last year, the BrightDrop ecosystem and integrated delivery system is already proving successful, with the electric delivery vans seeing high demand from the likes of Walmart, Verizon, FedEx, and Merchants Fleet.
The BrightDrop duo will be followed by a future electric Chevy commercial van, whose name has yet to be revealed. It’s unlikely that GMC will get a version of that model as GM continues to reposition the brand away from commercial offerings and more toward the retail consumer sector.
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