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GM Incentives and Lease Deals for January 2015

GM Rebates January 2015Car sales have been very strong this past year, but GM still has a lot of leftover models they need to get rid of, so they're offering lots of cash back rebates on the 2014 models (in fact, increasing them by a good margin over the past few months).

The average incentive per vehicle is currently $3,660, up 7% compared to the same time last year.

There are large cash-back rebates and hidden dealer rebates available mostly on the leftover 2014 models and trucks, such as $5,000 cash back on the 2014 Cadillac Escalade and $4,000 on the Chevrolet Silverado. GM is also offering financing as low as 0% on most models.

Here are the maximum rebates and dealer cash available nationwide. (Note: incentives can vary greatly by region; these figures may not be accurate in your local area. Always verify with your local dealers) Tip: Be sure to use TrueCar and Edmunds Price Promise (They both have good pre-negotiated prices)

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Top GM Rebates for January 2015

2015ChevroletSilverado 2500HD$1,500
2015ChevroletSilverado 3500HD$1,500
2015GMCSierra 2500HD$1,500
2015GMCSierra 3500HD$1,500
2014CadillacCTS Coupe$3,000
2014CadillacCTS Wagon$3,000
2014CadillacCTS-V Coupe$3,000
2014CadillacCTS-V Wagon$3,000
2014CadillacEscalade ESV$5,000
2014ChevroletExpress Cargo$2,000
2014ChevroletSilverado 1500$3,500
2014ChevroletSilverado 2500HD$4,000
2014ChevroletSilverado 3500HD$4,000

GM Dealers With the Lowest Prices

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Other Car Incentives for January 2015

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- Gregg Fidan

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