It seems to almost go against the grain, but driven by large cash rebates and excellent financing offers large SUVs and pickup trucks for sale in San Antonio. And not just San Antonio but all over the nation as Ford, GM, and Chrysler all report huge increases as large SUVs and Trucks become the darling of car search engines everywhere.
How big are the rebates that are driving buyers to showrooms? Many incentive offers for GMC and Ford are carrying over from November into December and offering shoppers zero percent financing on many models or their choice of large cash rebates on new trucks under 25000 such as the GMC Sierra 1500. With a base price of only $21,235, the Sierra has a total of $4005 in available rebates.
Ford truck rebates on the other hand go as high as $6,000 for the Ford Ranger as well as $5,500 possible off on many of the Ford Super Duty lineup. Zero percent financing is also available for the Ford, GMC, and Chevy truck lineups for new trucks both over and under 25000. In fact rebates are so wide spread out for trucks at this years end; even the newest 2012 models have incentives available. Although the best truck 2012 has yet to be determined, there's a pretty fair chance that model has some sort of incentives being offered now.
But car search engines aren't just being swarmed with request for pickups. No, no, no, SUV interest is just as high, and with some good offers out there to boot on even an SUV under 25000 can be had. Ford has $4500 in rebates available for the Ford Expedition, and up to $3000 for the Ford Escape, a very popular SUV under $25,000. GMC and Chevy also have some more modest rebates of $3,500 being offered for the Suburban, Tahoe, HHR, and popular Yukon models.
Why the rollout? There is no single reason, but over production and a disinterest in low fuel economy high priced vehicles over the summer has left dealers with large inventories to unload. So in order to make a final appeal to consumers, trucks for sale San Antonio and elsewhere had to bite the bullet and chop prices to lure shoppers in. And so far it seems to be working. Shoppers are eager for the best deals on 2011 and 2012 models the only question left will their appetite match supply, or will there be anything left for you to buy?