Chevy's volume compact:
The mildly refreshed 2019 Cruze sedan and hatchback remain widely available across the country. A manual transmission is no longer offered. Rumors about a new CVT option haven't panned out. Note that the entry-level L model can be very hard to find and is excluded from factory incentives.
Cash offers are generally strong for this price class, and Chevy runs MSRP discount promos at various times during the year.
Cruze production will end this year as part of GM's move away from passenger cars.
Current offers are available on a national basis and will expire September 30, 2019 unless otherwise noted.
Up to $3,000 off:
Chevy continues to offer a $2,250 rebate on the 2019 Cruze to all buyers.
Buyers who finance through GM Financial at non-promotional rates will also receive $750 toward their down payment.
All told, you can get up to $3,000 factory cash, a good amount for this model.
What's up with leases:
The 2019 Cruze LT sedan once again starts at $269 for 36 months (10,000 miles a year) with $3,999 due at signing.
The effective monthly cost of this lease is $380, a poor value for a car in this price class. The Cruze is rarely a good lease value, and this month is no exception.
There are no advertised deals on the hatchback or diesel.
0% APR + cash:
Instead of the other offers, you can get 0% financing for 60 months on a 2019 Cruze. The deal comes with $500 bonus cash.