Still wishing you were driving a new 2019 Corvette instead of placing an order and having to wait for the 2021 Corvette? You’re not alone! Buyers have been snapping up the remaining 2019s at amazing savings, and now we learned that the General is pulling back a bit on its most generous incentives for March.
Chevy was offering Supplier Pricing for the 2019 Corvettes, but that is now off the table. However, a quick search of 2019 Corvettes for sale at carsforsale.com shows that most new 2019s are still discounted significantly off their MSRP prices.
As some of these cars have been listed for 100 and even greater than 200 days, GM is helping to move these remaining 2019’s with $2,000 Consumer Cash or you can finance at 0% for 72 months.
Last month in Las Vegas for the First Drive Event, Chevrolet’s Marketing Manager Steve Majoros told the media that inventories of the C7 Corvette have dropped to 2,600 units available nationwide and the automaker believes that the number will fall to under 2,000 by March 1st.
Visit your Chevrolet dealer for more information and the latest rebates and incentives.