New Rebate Programs Now Offered on 2016 Corvettes During May

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New Rebate Programs Now Offered on 2016 Corvettes During May


The C7 Corvette has long been praised for its “bang for the buck.”

Now it’s an even louder bang with two bonus programs offering cash back on 2016 Corvettes, just announced by GM for this month and shared with us by our friends at Kerbeck Corvette.

All the details aren’t available yet, but we’ll come back with more information as we get it. Here’s what we do know, however:

$2,000 Corvette Owner Loyalty Rebate – Available to anyone who currently owns or leases a 1999 or newer Corvette. You don’t even have to trade in the Corvette, but it does have to be currently registered and insured. The $2k rebate is for new 2016 Corvette Stingrays only and can’t be applied towards a Z06. It expires May 31, 2016.

$1,000 Chevy Conquest Rebate – This offer aims at anyone who currently owns or leases a 1999 or newer non-GM vehicle. Again, you don’t have to trade in the vehicle, just have it registered and insured. This one does apply to new 2016 Stingrays and Z06s and expires May 16, 2016.

You can’t combine the offers, but they can be used in conjunction with the Kerbeck 1.99% APR for 60- or 72-month financing.

If you are interested in purchasing a new Corvette, please give our friends at Kerbeck Corvette an opportunity to show you why they are the world’s largest Corvette dealer. Call Dave Salvatore at 877-537-2325 or visit Kerbeck on the web at www.kerbeck.com.


Source:
Kerbeck via CorvetteForum.com

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Seems like they’re leaving out a large population of classic Corvette owners, including me with a 1984 Corvette resto-mod. Cutting this off at 1999 is not a good idea.

  2. They need rebates to help move them huh?
    Dodge Hellcat is still more exclusive and does not need factory supported rebates. I’m just saying…

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