New Car Deals for May 2011: Hybrids

Last Updated: May 5, 2011

With gas priced above $4.00 in much of the U.S, sales of the highest-mileage hybrid models such as the Toyota Prius are going gangbusters once again. That leaves the bulk of May’s hybrid incentives with the costliest gas/electric models, like the $102,300 2011 BMW ActiveHybrid 7 and the $75,000 2011 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid. At those prices, it’s probably cheaper to merely adjust your driving habits to help boost a car’s mpg than to drop more than $50,000 on a new hybrid just to save a few bucks at the pump each week.

 

Here are the Best New Car Deals on Hybrids for May 2011:

2011 BMW ActiveHybrid 7: $7,500 cash and $2,000 marketing support and 1.9 percent financing to 36 months, 2.9 to 60 months, 3.9 to 72 months.

2011 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid: $3,000 marketing support and 1.9 percent financing to 36 months, 2.9 percent to 48 months, 3.9 percent to 60 months, 4.9 percent to 72 months.

2011 Chevrolet Silverado Hybrid/GMC Sierra Hybrid: $2,500 cash or 0.0 percent financing to 60 months, 2.9 to 72 months.

2011 Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid/GMC Yukon Hybrid: $2,000 cash or 2.9 percent financing to 60 months, 4.9 to 72 months.

2011 Mercury Mariner or Milan Hybrid: $1,500 marketing support.