Chevy Silverado delays $3,000 compensation offer
Chevy is compensating Silverado buyers affected by production delays with a substantial cash incentive. According to a bulletin sent to dealers, the company is offering customers 2022 Silverado 1500 orders not fulfilled due to issues with a $3,000 discount.
Through January 3, 2023, the Silverado Sold Order Private Offer promises a $3,000 rebate that can be used toward the lease or purchase of a 2022 or 2023 Silverado light or heavy-duty pickup. Offer may also be combined with other discounts and financing offers.
The fine print also indicates that the $3,000 can be stacked with loyalty incentives. On a 2023 Silverado 1500, current Chevy lessees can get a $1,750 lease loyalty rebate. Chevy is also offering a $1,000 discount on accessories, along with finance rates starting at 5.09% for up to 72 months.
Unlike a normal discount, Chevy calls this a “private offer to select customers.” While it’s no secret that a shortage of chips has caused production constraints for most automakers, the Silverado’s $3,000 rebate represents one of the most significant forms of compensation we have. seen to date.
Chevy notifies eligible customers via email and direct mail with a certificate that can also be shared with members of the same household. If you think you are eligible, we recommend that you check your inbox carefully. You could inadvertently take away your chance to save $3,000.
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