Incentive: $3000 Customer Cash
Kicking off April's list of incentives is the 2013 Chevrolet Volt, with a customer cash incentive of $3,000. The new Volt is one of the top-selling plug-in hybrids on the market today. Note that's on top of the $7,500 federal tax credit you get when you buy a Volt, which already brings the car's near-$40,000 sticker price down to a more reasonable $32,500; throw the extra $3,000 on top and you can have a new 2013 Chevrolet Volt in your driveway for less than $30,000. If you think those are some good savings, just imagine how much you will save at the pump with a car that can drive up to 38 miles completely gas free. Charging your new Volt fully will only run you about $1.60 a day, less than a cup of coffee at your local coffee shop. Now that's something to think about.
Incentive: $2,500 Dealer Cash
New on our monthly list of incentives is the 2013 Acura MDX. For April, Acura is offering $2,500 Dealer Cash when leasing or purchasing the SUV in an effort to clear out inventory before the all-new 2014 Acura MDX makes its way to dealerships. The great thing about this incentive is that it can be combined with other financing and lease options, which is not the case for most incentives. There's no APR restriction, so you can haggle that as low as possible. This deal expires at the end of the month, so if you're looking to make a change to a larger vehicle, now's your chance to do it. This luxury, seven-passenger SUV has a starting price of $43,280, but can be yours for just under $41,000. Compared to its competitors, that's a price many can get behind.
Incentive: $2,500 Customer Cash
Chrysler marks its spot at number three, offering $2,500 Customer Cash for their 2013 Chrysler 300 when financed through Ally Financial Inc. Although this offer cannot be combined with 0-percent APR financing, with just the incentive, you can bring the starting price down to just over $27,000. The offer is also for all trim levels, from the base 300 to the 300C Luxury Series RWD. Not bad, considering the 300 is a 2013 IIHS Top Safety Pick and has received an overall 5-star safety rating from the NHTSA. Loaded with standard features, the 2013 Chrysler 300 is a good choice for those looking for an American luxury vehicle that gets decent fuel economy for its class.
Incentive: $2,500 Customer Cash
The 2013 Dodge Charger makes an appearance for the first time on our monthly incentives list for this year, boasting a customer cash incentive of $2,500. The base model gets an EPA estimated 18/27 mpg city/highway, keeping it in the running with the rest of the class. For a car that produces up to 370 horsepower with a Hemi V-8 and has a starting price of $25,995, that's not too shabby. To receive this offer, you must purchase the vehicle, as it's not available for lease options. It also can't be combined with 0-3.9-percent APR, and has to be financed through Ally Financial Inc. You'd better hop on this offer before it expires at the end of this month.
Incentive: $2,500 Customer Cash
Dodge is also offering a $2,500 Customer Cash incentive on the 2013 Dodge Durango, making it the second SUV on our list to receive such an incentive. As one of the best-equipped three-row SUVs on the market, the Durango delivers great gas mileage, and a driving range of over 550 miles when equipped with a V-6 engine. With the optional HEMI V8 engine, the Durango gets Best-in-Class 360 horsepower. Don't try to combine this offer with APR between 0 and 4.9-percent, as you will be turned away. This offer is only good toward retail purchases financed through Ally Financial Inc. through the month of April, so you better get to it quickly if the 2013 Dodge Durango is the vehicle for you.
Incentive: $2,000 Dealer Cash
Down a few spots from last month, the 2013 Cadillac CTS comes in at number six with an incentive of $2,000 Dealer Cash. This offer carries over from last month, as it expires at the end of April, but for the car it's paired with, you can understand why it made the list. All models are included on this incentive deal, which gives you more options when you go to purchase your new sport sedan. However, don't try to get this deal through a lease, as it's only valid for purchases. The good news is that it's combinable with other offers, meaning you can shimmy that APR as low as the dealer will go, giving you greater value for your money.
Incentive: $1,000 Customer Cash
The 2013 Buick Enclave and 2013 GMC Acadia make the list as our first pair, both featuring $1,000 Customer Cash. Although these cars have been grouped together, their starting prices are $5,000 different, with the GMC Acadia being the less expensive of the two. Both offer premium interiors and the same fuel efficiency, however if you were going to buy one of these, we would recommend the 2013 Buick Enclave just for the reason that it feels more modern and up-to-date with where the market is going. However, they are both good cars, and with a nice $1,000 off top, the deal is made even better. Just make sure to finance through Ally Financial Inc. and you'll have no problems.
Incentive: $1000 Customer Cash
At number eight, the 2013 Kia Forte rounds out the cash incentive deals with its $1,000 offer when financed through the manufacturer's captive finance company. This offer can't be combined with 1.0-3.9-percent APR, but with a starting price of $15,400, that's ok. The extra cash makes the already reasonably price Kia Forte that much more affordable. For college students and recent grads, the 2013 Kia Forte is an affordable car that gets good gas mileage to help keep fuel costs low. Grab your Forte before this offer expires at the end of the month.
Incentive: 0.9-percent Financing 24, 36 month term
For the first set of financing options, Acura is handing out 0.9-percent APR financing for 24 and 36 month terms. This offer, though, is only available on the Acura ILX, Acura TL, and Acura TSX. All financing deals must be made through Acura Financial Services and the deal expires at the end of the month. Pricing for each of these vehicles ranges from $25,000 to $35,000, so there is an option for almost any budget. The ILX and TSX have different trim options that are also part of the financing deal, so not only can you find one in your price range, you can find one that meets your specific needs, whether that's a sedan, wagon, or hybrid.
Incentive: 0-percent Financing on 36 month term
Toyota rounds out not only our list for April incentives, but also the last of the financial incentives. Almost all models are offering 0-percent APR, with the 2013 Highlander and Prius offering it for a 36 month term. The 2013 Toyota Camry, Toyota Corolla, Toyota Sienna, Toyota Tundra, and Toyota Venza all have the option for 0-percent financing for 36, 48, and 60 month terms. There is almost a vehicle for every lifestyle and budget. All financing must be completed through Toyota Financial Services before the end of the month, and with this many vehicles offering such a great incentive, you better hurry before the deal expires. Whether you want a truck, minivan, or sedan, Toyota has you covered for the month of April.
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