Best GMC Deals & Must-Know Advice In February

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, Automotive Analyst - February 9, 2021

GMC continues offering great deals for both buying and leasing. The 2021 Canyon presents the best lease value at $279/month. If you prefer one of the crossover models, the 2021 Terrain is a great option starting at $259/month and is the cheapest midsize SUV lease in February.

For those looking to finance, GMC's 0% APR deals remain available on the majority of the lineup and can be combined with additional discounts in most cases. For example, the 2021 Acadia features 0% APR for 72 months plus up o $2,800 in savings. If you don't qualify for promotional financing, rebates can reach up to $5,000.

Most offers listed here are scheduled to end March 1, 2021 and are available nationally unless noted otherwise.

Best GMC Lease Deals, Financing Incentives & Rebates

Model Best GMC Lease Deal Best GMC Financing Deal Best GMC Rebate
GMC Terrain
GMC Terrain
Lease from $259/month (2021 Terrain, GM/Non-GM Lessees) 0% APR for 72 months + $3,500 (2021 Terrain) Up to $5,250 (2021 Terrain)
GMC Acadia
GMC Acadia
Lease from $319/month (2021 Acadia, GM/Non-GM Lessees) 0% APR for 72 months + $2,800 (2021 Acadia) Up to $5,000 (2021 Acadia)
GMC Canyon
GMC Canyon
Lease from $279/month (2021 Canyon, GM/Non-GM Lessees) 0% APR for 72 months + $1,550 (2021 Canyon) Up to $3,550 (2021 Canyon)
GMC Sierra 1500
GMC Sierra 1500
Lease from $319/month (2021 Sierra 1500, GM/Non-GM Lessees) 0% APR for 72 months + $250 (2021 Sierra 1500) Up to $5,250 (2021 Sierra 1500)
GMC Yukon
GMC Yukon
Lease from $699/month (2021 Yukon) Contact dealer for finance offers Contact dealer for offers

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Must-Know Advice For GMC Buyers

Truck shortage. Those looking to buy a new Sierra may find it exceedingly difficult to find one in stock. Like other brands, GMC inventory has been affected by production stoppages due to the coronavirus pandemic. You may experience higher prices as a result, with no immediate relief in sight.

Low base prices have a catch. GMC models like the Acadia may start at less than $30,000, but there's a hidden catch worth knowing about. For example, base trims like the Acadia SL are actually excluded from incentives. As a result, you may find better-equipped styles to be a substantially better deal.

Big differences in deals. Like Chevy, sales from GMC can vary greatly from month to month. In some cases, you may find no financing incentives whatsoever. We generally find that GMC discounts favor rebates over 0% financing. The downside is that it can be impossible to predict whether offers will get better or worse.

Baked-in discounts. One of the reasons why GMC is able to advertise such cheap leases is the fact that most offers reflect a discount of up to $1,500 for coming from another lease. Whether it's another GM vehicle or that of a competitor, you'll have to eligible for the discount to get the advertised price.

A downside of Employee Pricing. GMC occasionally offers deals involving GM Employee Pricing. However, the amount you save can vary depending on configuration because it's based on a formula derived from the invoice price. As a result, the amount you save could be considerably less than you think.

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, Automotive Analyst

Kelly Campbell is a SoCal native with a background in marketing, communications, and technical writing. Having spent her entire career in the automotive industry, Kelly brings a wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm for cars to her role as an Automotive Analyst at CarsDirect.

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