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GM Announces 2017-MY Fleet Incentives

June 20, 2016, by Paul Clinton

Photo of Chevrolet's low cab forward models courtesy of GM.
Photo of Chevrolet's low cab forward models courtesy of GM.

General Motors has announced fleet incentives for its 2017 model-year vehicles for the Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, and GMC brands.

For its Chevrolet cars, GM is offering $500 for the Camaro sport car; $850 for the Cruze 1SM compact car, $1,500 for the Impala full-size sedan, $1,500 for the Malibu mid-size sedan, $250 for the Malibu Hybrid, $500 for the Sonic compact car, $325 for the non-EV Spark, and $500 for the Volt hybrid. GM will offer $2,500 for the Caprice PPV police sedan.

For its Chevrolet trucks, GM is offering $3,750 for the Silverado 1500 crew cab, $4,150 for the Silverado 2500/3500 crew cab, and $1,500 for the Low Cab Forward 5500HD Diesel and Low Cab Forward 5500XD Diesel. GM isn't offering an incentive for the Colorado mid-size truck.

For its Chevrolet vans, GM is offering $1,750 for the City Express 1LS/1LT compact van; $3,500 for the Express 2500 cargo van with the regular wheelbase, $4,000 for the Express 2500 cargo with extended wheelbase, $4,750 for the Express 3500 cargo with the regular wheelbase, $5,000 for the Express 3500 cargo with extended wheelbase, and $3,250 for the Express cutaway and passenger vans.

For its Chevrolet SUVs, GM is offering $1,750 for the Equinox 1SM compact SUV, $2,500 for the Traverse mid-size SUV, $750 for the Trax compact SUV, and $1,750 for the Suburban and Tahoe large SUVs.

The GMC truck incentives include $3,750 for the Sierra 1500 crew cab and $4,150 for the Sierra 2500/3500 crew cab.

For its GMC vans, GM is offering $3,500 for the Savana 2500 cargo van with the regular wheelbase, $4,000 for the Savana 2500 cargo with extended wheelbase, $4,750 for the Savana 3500 cargo with the regular wheelbase, $5,000 for the Savana 3500 cargo with extended wheelbase, and $3,250 for the Savana cutaway and passenger vans.

GMC SUV incentives include $1,250 for the Acadia 1SV mid-size SUV (excluding Limited), $2,000 for the Terrain 1SL compact SUV, and $1,750 for the Yukon and Yukon XL full-size SUVs.

For its Buick models, GM is offering $2,500 for the Enclave mid-size SUV, $750 for the Encore subcompact SUV, $1,250 for the new Envision compact SUV, $1,500 for the LaCrosse 1SV mid-size sedan, $2,000 for the Regal 1SV mid-size sedan, $1,250 for the Verano, and $500 for the Cascada convertible.

For Cadillac, GM is offering $1,250 for the ATS compact sedan, $2,250 for the CTS mid-size sedan, $500 for the CT6 full-size sedan, $2,800 for the XTS full-size sedan, $500 for the XT5 compact SUV, and $2,300 for the Escalade full-size SUV.

Editor's note: This news item was updated on 6/21/2016 with additional models.

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