New Car Deals for June 2012: Hybrids
With gas prices tempering, expect sales of hybrid cars to slow over the next few months and incentives to inch upward. For now, however, the big money remains on the costliest hybrid luxury cars and trucks with smaller incentives continuing on a few midsize family-car hybrids. Rebates on smaller and more fuel-efficient hybrids could materialize later in the year if gas prices continue to dip and dealers need to clear out their model-year 2012 inventories.
Here are the Best New Car Deals on Hybrids for June 2011:
2012 BMW ActiveHybrid7: $7,500 cash and 3.9 percent financing to 36 months, 4.5 to 72 months.
2012 Chevrolet Silverado Hybrid/GMC Sonoma Hybrid: $3,000 cash or 0.0 percent financing to 60 months, 1.9 to 72 months.
2012 Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid/GMC Yukon Hybrid: $2,000 cash or 0.0 percent financing to 60 months, 1.9 to 72 months.
2012 Kia Optima Hybrid: $1,000 leasing cash or $500 and 0.9 percent financing to 36 months, 1.9 to 60 months, 2.9 to 72 months.
2012 Buick LaCrosse or Regal eAssist: $1,000 cash or 1.9 percent financing to 60 months, 4.9 to 72 months.