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Cars With the Largest Cash Back Rebates

April 9, 2015

This week, I sifted through all of the incentives available nationwide on 2014 and 2015 model year vehicles to see which ones are currently offering the largest cash-back rebates.

There are some vehicles that are offering cash back rebates of up to $5,000, including the 2014 Chrysler 300, FIAT 500L, and Buick LaCrosse.

Keep in mind, however, these incentives are the maximum available nationwide. Your local region may not have these same incentives, so check with your local dealers to confirm.

I recommend using TrueCar No Haggle and Edmunds Price Promise to see if these rebates are available in your region, and see the lowest prices dealers are willing to offer.

Largest Cash Back Rebates - 2015 Models

YearMakeModel Max Rebate
2015MazdaCX-9 $4,000
2015FordTaurus $3,000
2015JeepPatriot $3,000
2015DodgeJourney $2,750
2015JeepCompass $2,750
2015Chrysler200 $2,500
2015ChryslerTown and Country $2,500
2015DodgeGrand Caravan $2,500
2015FIAT500 $2,500
2015FIAT500e $2,500
2015FordF-250 Super Duty $2,500
2015FordF-350 Super Duty $2,500
2015Ram2500 $2,500
2015Ram3500 $2,500
2015ToyotaPrius v $2,500
2015ChevroletSilverado 2500HD $2,000
2015ChevroletSilverado 3500HD $2,000
2015FordFusion $2,000
2015FordFusion Hybrid $2,000
2015GMCSierra 2500HD $2,000
2015GMCSierra 3500HD $2,000
2015KiaSorento $2,000
2015MitsubishiOutlander $2,000
2015Ram1500 $2,000
2015ToyotaPrius $2,000
2015ToyotaPrius c $2,000
2015ToyotaPrius Plug-in $2,000
2015ToyotaVenza $2,000
2015JeepCherokee $1,750
2015ChevroletImpala $1,500
2015ChevroletMalibu $1,500
2015ChevroletSilverado 1500 $1,500
2015ChevroletTraverse $1,500
2015DodgeDart $1,500
2015FordEscape $1,500
2015FordExpedition $1,500
2015FordExplorer $1,500
2015FordFiesta $1,500
2015FordTransit Van $1,500
2015FordTransit Wagon $1,500
2015GMCAcadia $1,500
2015GMCSierra 1500 $1,500
2015KiaForte $1,500
2015KiaOptima $1,500
2015KiaOptima Hybrid $1,500
2015MitsubishiLancer $1,500
2015MitsubishiOutlander Sport $1,500
2015RamCV Tradesman $1,500
2015ToyotaAvalon $1,500
2015ToyotaAvalon Hybrid $1,500
2015BuickLaCrosse $1,250
2015BuickRegal $1,250
2015BuickVerano $1,250
2015FordTransit Connect $1,250
2015MitsubishiMirage $1,250
2015BuickEnclave $1,000
2015ChevroletCamaro $1,000
2015ChevroletCruze $1,000
2015ChevroletEquinox $1,000
2015ChevroletExpress $1,000
2015ChevroletExpress Cargo $1,000
2015ChevroletVolt $1,000
2015FordC-Max Hybrid $1,000
2015FordF-150 $1,000
2015FordFocus $1,000
2015FordFocus ST $1,000
2015FordFusion Energi $1,000
2015GMCSavana $1,000
2015GMCTerrain $1,000
2015KiaCadenza $1,000
2015NissanAltima $1,000
2015NissanPathfinder $1,000
2015RamPromaster Cargo Van $1,000
2015RamPromaster Window Van $1,000
2015ToyotaCamry $1,000
2015ToyotaCamry Hybrid $1,000
2015ToyotaCorolla $1,000
2015ToyotaRAV4 $1,000
2015ToyotaSienna $1,000
2015ToyotaTundra $1,000

Largest Cash Back Rebates - 2014 Models

YearMakeModel Max Rebate
2014Chrysler300 $5,000
2014FIAT500L $4,500
2014BuickLaCrosse $4,000
2014GMCSierra 1500 $4,000
2014NissanMaxima $4,000
2014ChevroletCruze $3,500
2014DodgeCharger $3,500
2014FordExpedition $3,500
2014FordFocus $3,500
2014KiaCadenza $3,500
2014MitsubishiOutlander $3,500
2014NissanMurano $3,500
2014NissanTitan $3,500
2014Ram2500 $3,500
2014Ram3500 $3,500
2014ChevroletCamaro $3,000
2014FordFusion $3,000
2014FordFusion Hybrid $3,000
2014KiaOptima $3,000
2014KiaSorento $3,000
2014MitsubishiLancer $3,000
2014MitsubishiLancer Sportback $3,000
2014MitsubishiOutlander Sport $3,000
2014ToyotaPrius c $3,000
2014FordTransit Connect $2,750
2014BuickRegal $2,500
2014BuickVerano $2,500
2014ChevroletImpala $2,500
2014ChevroletSilverado 1500 $2,500
2014FordEdge $2,500
2014FordFocus ST $2,500
2014RamCV Tradesman $2,500
2014ToyotaPrius v $2,500
2014ChevroletExpress $2,000
2014ChevroletExpress Cargo $2,000
2014DodgeDurango $2,000
2014KiaForte $2,000
2014MitsubishiLancer Evolution $2,000
2014MitsubishiMirage $2,000
2014NissanNV Cargo $2,000
2014Ram1500 $2,000
2014RamPromaster Cargo Van $2,000

My Recommendation for Car Shoppers

TrueCar No-Haggle and Edmunds Price Promise are the quickest way to see the lowest car prices in your area. These sites show you no-haggle prices from dealers closest to you - and the deals are usually really good. This should be the first step you take when negotiating your car price. Follow this up with my checklist to make sure you squeeze out every last bit of savings.

California Residents - Important:

There is a new online car buying service called Roadster, available only to California residents, which I highly recommend you try - especially if you hate the stress of haggling with a car salesman. They provide an expert concierge who negotiates the price of the car and delivers it to your home with zero hassle - you never have to interact with a dealership. Here is my in-depth review of Roadster and why I recommend it.

- Gregg Fidan

Gregg Fidan

About: Gregg Fidan


Gregg Fidan + is the founder of RealCarTips. After being ripped off on his first car purchase, he devoted several years to figuring out the best ways to avoid scams and negotiate the best car deals. He has written hundreds of articles on the subject of car buying and taught thousands of car shoppers how to get the best deals.

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