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Zero For How Long ?


SM 2003
Full Member
Jul 18, 2002
Since GM truck sales are way off for November, can someone tell me if the zero % will now go out to 60 months, rather than the current 36 months.

Or, is it longer than 36 months now since I cannot find real details on the time periods.
If you can find any 02's left. There is not many out there.

0% should be good till Jan. 03. Not sure what is going to happen afterwards.

0% for 36 months on 03's
0% for 60 months on 02's till Jan.
I heard from my sales man that it is 0% for 60 months on the 2003's. As of just this morning.
Not yet on AV's, according to this article from the MSNBC.COM website.

GENERAL MOTORS CORP. on Thursday announced a holiday financing package for several 2003 sport utility vehicles. Earlier this week, DaimlerChrysler AG?s Chrysler Group improved financing terms on most Dodge and Chrysler minivans for the coming month.
GM, already offering no downpayments or finance charges on many models, has enhanced its ?Zero, Zero, Zero? program by offering no-interest financing for up to 60 months on 13 SUVs.
The world?s largest automaker also will give $1,000 in cash on 11 other ?02 and ?03 models.
The new deals at GM begin Friday and run through Jan. 2.
SUVs included are the Chevrolet Trailblazer, Trailblazer EXT, Tracker, Blazer, Tahoe, Suburban, GMC Envoy, Envoy XL, Yukon, Yukon XL, Yukon Denali, Yukon Denali XL and the Oldsmobile Bravada.

I've heard the same as well from the dealers... 0% for 60 months.... and now just today and yesterday been hearing additional 1000 bonus too, or something like 0% plus 1000, or regular gmac financing and the full 3000.
I hate games like this. We just came back from the dealer and were told the same thing. No specials on the Av. I told the guy that its a shame if they were doing that we'd probably buy on the spot. I'm going to head over in the morning and talk to the internet sales guy I've worked with before and see how willing they are to deal.

Is the Av selling so well they don't need to deal or is it because there are so few? Our dealer has hundreds of Tahoe/Burbs/Trailblazers/Silverado, but only a handful of Avs.

Even my wife says go for it, just wish Chevy would give me the financial incentive to go for it now.
:)My truck is supposed to be here during the week and I was told by the dealer that the financing on a new 2003 for the month of December is 3.9% on 5 years and 2.9% on 4 years. 0% for the 3 year financing and on all there's a $1000 bonus cash back for about the next week.

This is for the Northeastern US. Other areas might be different.

If there are any 2002's still left, you could probably get an excellent deal on one.