GM Launches Chevy Truck Season Promotion In October 20228
GM has launched a new promotion for Chevy Truck Season in October of 2022, offering a $1,000 Accessory Allowance toward the purchase or lease of a new Chevy Silverado 1500, Chevy Silverado HD, or Chevy Colorado pickup up truck equipped with eligible accessories.
Eligible accessories that are part of the new Chevy truck offer include things like a sport bar, bedliner, assist steps, and floor liners. Eligible vehicles include 2022 through 2023 Chevy Silverado 1500 and Chevy Silverado HD models, as well as the 2022 Chevy Colorado. Interested customers must take delivery of their eligible vehicle equipped with eligible accessories by October 31st, 2022, with accessory purchases equal to or exceeding $1,000 MSRP.
The new Chevy truck deal is not available with some other offers. However, this latest promotion is available in conjunction with a $500 cash allowance on a new Chevy Silverado 1500 equipped with the turbocharged 2.7L I4 L3B gasoline engine. As a reminder, the 2.7L I4 L3B is now rated at 310 horsepower and 430 pound-feet of torque following a model refresh introduced late for the 2022 model year.
Additionally, customers who purchase a new 2022 Chevy Silverado HD can instead elect for a $1,000 Total Cash Allowance, rather than the $1,000 Accessory Allowance. The cash allowance is not available with special financing, lease, and some other offers. Customers must take new retail delivery of their vehicle by October 31st, 2022. Looking ahead, GM has introduced the refreshed 2024 Chevy Silverado HD, which is set to hit production in the first half of the 2023 calendar year with a slew of updates and changes compared to the pre-fresh pickup.
Finally, the 2022 Chevy Colorado is offered with a $750 Total Cash Allowance as an alternative to the $1,000 Accessory Allowance. Again, the cash allowance is not available with special financing, lease, and some other offers, and customers must take new retail delivery of their vehicle by October 31st, 2022. GM introduced an all-new third generation for the Colorado with the latest 2023 model year.
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I’m guessing they won’t have to spend much on this promotion. Had a 2022 ordered in march, didn’t even get a build number. My dealer ship in Thunder Bay said it will now be a 2023, no eta on the build. I’m guessing next March before I see it….. if I’m lucky
Incoming article about GMC Trucktober savings to be applied to the 4-banger that people don’t want.
I can’t believe inventory isn’t building here in Wisconsin it is across the state. The local dealer where I ordered my 2021 has at least 20 in stock. Albeit turbo 4s are 1/2 of them. I was thinking of getting the ZR2 Silverado but will wait till spring when they have real rebates back. If not I’ll just keep my 2021 in the configuration I wanted. So many trucks today don’t have the standard 6.5 bed I just don’t get it.
What a stupid joke, they have no trucks to sell! Good luck with that! GM needs new leadership. My dealer has 3 on the lot and says there are 5 “in transit” half are 4 bangers nobody wants.
They can keep that 4 banger. It is a joke.
Anyone know of a number at the corporate office that I can call to receive this 1000.00 cash allowance? I know this article is saying October but I recently found out that September was chevy truck month as well and I purchased a new 2022 chevy colorado September 14th and the dealership never said anything about this so when I went back to the dealership to claim it they’re telling me that they can’t give me the allowance .
It’s bad enough that I spent 46,000 on a chevy colorado when the msrp for the Lt like I purchased is around 35-36000. With that kind of mark up they could atleast honor the cash allowance.
I just want to know when I can get mine retrofitted with the chips for my heated and cooled seats and steering wheel. I bought my 2022 Silverado in March and was told they would have the chips out by July. Now it fixing to get cold and I guess my butt won’t be warm. Yet they are installing the chips on the new ones they are producing now. What’s up with that?