3/4 Front Glamour 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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What you must know before buying the Chevrolet Silverado 1500
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  • Best pricing of year on 2014 Silverado
  • Get factory cash up to $3,000
  • Trade-in assistance available
  • New 0% financing for 36 months + $1,000 bonus

Plenty of discounted 2014s to choose from:

A robust seller across the country, the Silverado 1500 remains heavily stocked and very favorably priced. As usual, the mid-range LT carries the largest discounts, but the entry-level WT isn't far behind. Despite the arrival of the 2015 model, dealer stock still consists mostly of 2014 Silverados. Note that the exclusive High Country variant is extremely hard to find.

Big cash and then some:

LT models come with a cash allowance of $2,500-$3,000 depending on the cab style. The All Star Edition of the LT Double Cab usually carries additional discounts and bonuses that can nearly double your savings. Allowances on the WT fall in the $1,500–$2,000 range. The line-topping LTZ comes with a $1,000 allowance. You may also be eligible for trade-in assistance, usually in the neighborhood of $1,500. Be sure to ask your dealer about it if you have trade. If you must have the latest Silverado available, you'll be pleased to know that Chevy has just announced a $1,000 cash allowance on all 2015s.

Finance at 0% and still get cash:

Instead of the big allowance, you can opt for 0% financing for 36 months on any Silverado, and get a $1,000 cash bonus. Believe it or not, the deal is available on 2015s too.

Plenty of discounted 2014s to choose from:

A robust seller across the country, the Silverado 1500 remains heavily stocked and very favorably priced. As usual, the mid-range LT carries the largest discounts, but the entry-level WT isn't far behind. Despite the arrival of the 2015 model, dealer stock still consists mostly of 2014 Silverados. Note that the exclusive High Country variant is extremely hard to find.

Big cash and then some:

LT models come with a cash allowance of $2,500-$3,000 depending on the cab style. The All Star Edition of the LT Double Cab usually carries additional discounts and bonuses that can nearly double your savings. Allowances on the WT fall in the $1,500–$2,000 range. The line-topping LTZ comes with a $1,000 allowance. You may also be eligible for trade-in assistance, usually in the neighborhood of $1,500. Be sure to ask your dealer about it if you have trade. If you must have the latest Silverado available, you'll be pleased to know that Chevy has just announced a $1,000 cash allowance on all 2015s.

Finance at 0% and still get cash:

Instead of the big allowance, you can opt for 0% financing for 36 months on any Silverado, and get a $1,000 cash bonus. Believe it or not, the deal is available on 2015s too.

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