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If You Want A GMC Sierra CarbonPro, There Won’t Be Many Of Them

GM Authority News - Mon, 05/20/2019 - 9:54am

Seriously low production numbers are planned through 2020.

2020 Cadillac CT6 Soldiers On Without 3.0L Twin-Turbo V6 Engine

GM Authority News - Mon, 05/20/2019 - 9:36am

It's the second engine to leave the CT6.

General Motors Discussed Selling Renaissance Center As Part Of Restructuring Effort

GM Authority News - Mon, 05/20/2019 - 9:11am

It appears GM was keen to offload its Detroit-based global headquarters.

GM Temporarily Shuts Down Flint Assembly Plant For Retooling

GM Authority News - Mon, 05/20/2019 - 8:31am

The 2020 HDs are coming!

Kyle Larson, Chevrolet Win Thrilling 2019 NASCAR All Star Race

GM Authority News - Mon, 05/20/2019 - 8:30am

Chevy has quickly turned around its NASCAR season.

2020 Chevrolet S10 Arrives With Several Updates

GM Authority News - Mon, 05/20/2019 - 7:56am

For Brazil and the rest of South America.

GM Stock Value Drops 2 Percent During Week Of May 13 – May 17, 2019

GM Authority News - Mon, 05/20/2019 - 7:30am

Marking the fourth consecutive week of decline in value.

Rare 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Sold After Years In Basement

GM Authority News - Mon, 05/20/2019 - 7:26am

A rear-end accident caused the owner to park the Corvette shortly after buying it.

2019 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali CarbonPro And AT4 CarbonPro Priced

GM Authority News - Mon, 05/20/2019 - 7:00am

Surprise! They aren't cheap.

Why the 2020 Lexus RC F Track Edition Lives up to its Name

Motortrend Magazine News - Mon, 05/20/2019 - 7:00am

When it first debuted, the Lexus RC was criticized for weighing two tons even in its more pedestrian versions. Thanks to a platform that utilizes parts from the current GS and IS sedans, and the discontinued IS Convertible, the result is a Frankenstein-like coupe that needs power to offset its added heft. The V-8-powered RC F is the heaviest of the lineup. Back when we first compared the RC F to the BMW M4, it checked in at 4,045 pounds, a whopping 441 pounds more than its Bavarian rival.

The 2020 RC F’s sonorous 5.0-liter V-8 adds a smidge more power; however, the limited-run Track Edition variant is the only way you can get a lighter version of Lexus’ polarizing coupe. All of the carbon-fiber bits and weight-saving measures cut 177 pounds compared to the standard RC F, and that’s including that boy racer rear wing and the titanium exhaust system. Lexus’ eight-speed automatic remains the only transmission available on the RC F (sorry, manual purists). All RC F models also get a launch control feature for consistent acceleration runs on the drag strip.

A new, equally polarizing and angrier predator-like mug with triangular-shaped headlights ensures that the RC F Track Edition grabs as much attention as possible. Pair that with the Matte Nebula Gray exterior color for maximum head-turning potential.

With production limited to 100 examples, the 2020 Lexus RC F Track Edition will be a rare beast and its $97,675 price tag further adds to the car’s exclusivity. Watch the video above to find out what makes the Lexus RC F Track Edition surprisingly capable on a road course.

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How Does The Chevy Colorado Fare in This Mid-Size Truck Shootout?

GM Authority News - Mon, 05/20/2019 - 5:43am

Taking on the Ford Ranger, Jeep Gladiator, and Honda Ridgeline.

First-Get Buick Encore To Live Alongside All-New Encore GX In U.S. Market

GM Authority News - Mon, 05/20/2019 - 4:15am

The complete scoop on the strategy.

2019 Toyota 86 TRD First Drive: Fair ’n‘ Balanced?

Motortrend Magazine News - Mon, 05/20/2019 - 4:00am

Toyota Racing Development has prepared a special TRD edition of the 2019 Toyota 86. Don’t get excited, though: The upgrades are visual and chassis-related only. Sigh.

The Subaru BRZ/Scion FR-S/Toyota 86 has never held me in its thrall the way it does most of my colleagues. Sure, I love its purity of mission, its rear-drive chassis dynamics, and its available manual transmission. But I’ve never been crazy about its air-cooled-Beetle boxer engine noise, the auditory assault of which makes the 14.8-to-15.9-second quarter-mile time seem seconds longer. My reaction has always been: “Wake me when the turbo/supercharger/displacement bump arrives.”

Spoiler Alert

It ain’t comin’. I’ve grilled everybody from product planners to chief engineers to dyno-cell janitors (I may have made that one up), trying to get to the root of why the H-E-double-toothpicks none of the three brands to market this car has ever seen fit to add a single milligram of vitamin-H to a platform that can clearly handle it. The aftermarket has amply demonstrated the engine structure to be sturdy enough to withstand turbocharging, supercharging, or performance-enhancing chips so why does the factory cede those profits to the aftermarket?

What gets me here is that the experts I’ve questioned generally offer some variation on the old saw “it’s perfectly balanced now, and adding power threatens to upset that delicate balance.” Well, you know what also upsets the balance? Adding even more chassis grip and poise.

Chassis Mods

That’s mostly what the TRD trim level delivers for a $3,635 premium over a GT manual (the TRD package can’t be had with the even pokier automatic). Working from the road surface up, the base car’s 215/45R17 Michelin Primacy HP or Bridgestone Turanza EL400-02 tires are replaced by a much more aggressive set of 215/40R18 Michelin Pilot Sport 4s on new 7.5 x 18–inch rims. Then there’s a nice set of Brembo brakes, upsized from 11.6-inch front/11.4-inch rear to 12.8/12.4. Capping off the dynamic enhancements is a set of quicker-reacting Sachs dampers all around. (Springs and bars remain unchanged.)

Model T Color Palette

You can have any color you want, as long as it’s Raven, albeit accented by a TRD tricolor graphic flourish on the flanks. The package also includes a full TRD body kit, consisting of front bumper, side sills, rear bumper/diffuser, and spoiler. Oh, and there’s also a cat-back TRD exhaust that includes brushed stainless steel tips. It manages not to sound fart-canny.

The Drive

I first sample the 86 TRD on some twisty West Virginia country lanes near Summit Point Motorsports Park and verify that, yep, it’s even tougher to generate wheelspin in the dry now. Corner grip is impressive, even in a few corners dampened by mild flooding that followed excessive local rains earlier in the week. Over a stretch with some little humps and jumps, the Sachs dampers demonstrate remarkable poise and comfy landings that the stock suspension struggles to match in a back-to-back drive. The GT model’s Primacy tires give up their grip at much lower cornering speeds, but a widening line can occasionally be tightened with the throttle in a sharp bend. This doesn’t really happen much with the PS4s.

On Track

Finally I strap into a bright blue 86 GT for a hot-lapping session of the tight, technical Summit Point circuit and start to see what everybody loves about this car. With no oncoming traffic or laws to flout, this thing is just big, silly, slip-n-slide fun. Switch on Track mode to dismiss much of the stability control system’s oversight, and you can easily summon as much or as little oversteer as you like with power, with a Finnish flick, with judicious trail-braking, or with any combination of the above.

Then I strap into the TRD version and suddenly find myself working way harder to conjure drifts and slides. Pitch it hard into an off-camber corner, and, sure, it’ll let go, but it latches back on way quicker. Yes, my lap times probably dropped a bit. So did the corners of my mouth.

Bottom Line

I have yet to devise a reliable method of measuring power-to-grip ratio, but the seat of my pants suggests that 205 hp/17-inch Primacy probably equates to roughly 280 hp/18-inch Pilot Sport 4. So if you’re scheming to scrape together the $33,350 it takes to get one of the 1,418 TRDs Toyota plans to build, I recommend you budget another $3,402 plus installation for a GReddy T518Z turbo kit.

2019 Toyota 86 TRD BASE PRICE $33,350 VEHICLE LAYOUT Front-engine, RWD, 4-pass, 2-door coupe ENGINE 2.0L/205-hp/156-lb-ft DOHC 16-valve flat-4 TRANSMISSION 6-speed manual CURB WEIGHT 2,850 lb (mfr) WHEELBASE 101.2 in LENGTH X WIDTH X HEIGHT 168.8 x 69.9 x 50.6 in 0-60 MPH 6.4 sec (MT est) EPA CITY/HWY/COMB FUEL ECON 21/28/24 mpg ENERGY 160/120 kW-hrs/100 miles CO2 EMISSIONS, COMB 0.82 lb/mile ON SALE IN U.S. Currently

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The 15 Smallest SUVs Currently on Sale

Motortrend Magazine News - Mon, 05/20/2019 - 4:00am

This segment didn’t really exist 10 years ago. As sedans and hatchbacks fall victim to the mighty force that is crossover fever, manufacturers can’t move quickly enough to build every variation of SUV for every kind of buyer. Meanwhile, consumer demand for smaller, less expensive cars has increased. But how small are we talking? In this case, we’re evaluating the size of these tiny crossovers based on their footprint: a factor of length and width that measures exactly how much real estate a vehicle occupies while parked. (For reference, the minimum standard parking stall in Los Angeles is 216.0 inches long and 100.0 inches wide, with an area of 150.0 square feet.) These are 15 of the smallest SUVs on sale right now.

BMW X2

Length: 172.2 inches

Width: 71.8 inches

Footprint: 85.9 square feet

The X2 was released in 2018 as a smaller, sportier alternative to BMW’s slightly larger X1. A recent comparison test described the X2 as even smaller than its numbers suggest, but those compact dimensions just barely earned it a spot on this list.

Jeep Renegade

Length: 166.6 inches

Width: 74.2 inches

Footprint: 85.8 square feet

The smallest model in Jeep’s SUV lineup, the Renegade actually has a larger footprint than one of its big siblings. It’s also the widest car on the list.

Mercedes GLA-Class

Length: 173.9 inches

Width: 71.0 inches

Footprint: 85.7 square feet

The CLA-based GLA looks a lot like a tall hatchback, especially in its 375-hp AMG GLA 45 configuration, which drops this baby ute’s ride height dangerously close to car territory. Although this is the longest car on the list, it’s shorter than its platform sibling, the Infiniti QX30, so it can still hang.

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

Length: 173.4 inches

Width: 71.1 inches

Footprint: 85.6 square feet

The supposedly sporty Eclipse Cross falls short of honoring its sport coupe namesake, but we did note how easy it is to park in a recent First Test.

Jeep Wrangler Two-Door

Length: 166.8 inches

Width: 73.8 inches

Footprint: 85.5 square feet

You might not consider the Wrangler a small vehicle, but in two-door form the supremely capable off-roader is exceptionally short—making for extreme maneuverability away from pavement and earning its place ahead of the smaller Renegade on this list.

Mitsubishi Outlander Sport

Length: 171.9 inches

Width: 71.3 inches

Footprint: 85.1 square feet

The smaller and less expensive of Mitsubishi’s selection of small crossovers, the Outlander Sport nearly encroaches on subcompact SUV territory, but it falls short of the truly tiny.

Mini Countryman

Length: 169.8 inches

Width: 71.7 inches

Footprint: 84.5 square feet

Minis are not so miniature anymore. The modern Mini Hardtop four-door absolutely dwarfs the classic pre-BMW Mini, and the debut of the Countryman SUV in 2010 marked a real departure for the brand. Even though it’s significantly larger than Mini models of old, in today’s market the Countryman is still pretty small.

Toyota C-HR

Length: 171.2 inches

Width: 70.7 inches

Footprint: 84.1 square feet

Toyota’s slightly-bigger-than-a-Corolla crossover stands out with bold concept car styling, though styling cues like its sloping rear glass cut down on interior space and usability.

Honda HR-V

Length: 170.4 inches

Width: 69.8 inches

Footprint: 82.6 square feet

The Honda Fit–based HR-V employs space-saving measures from its platform sibling to maximize interior space despite its compact dimensions. The HR-V’s cargo volume and versatility are tough to match among cars this small.

Buick Encore

Length: 168.4 inches

Width: 69.9 inches

Footprint: 81.7 square feet

Although it was one of the first players in a now-crowded field of subcompact crossovers, the Encore is still one of the smallest SUVs on sale. It’s also Buick’s best-selling vehicle.

Nissan Kicks

Length: 169.1 inches

Width: 69.3 inches

Footprint: 81.4 square feet

The Kicks is the narrowest car on our list, and it joins the Toyota C-HR as the only two that don’t offer all-wheel drive. At least it has an available kickin’ Bose audio system.

Chevrolet Trax

Length: 167.6 inches

Width: 69.9 inches

Footprint: 81.4 square feet

The Trax is a hair shorter than its leather-wrapped twin, the Buick Encore, so it snatches the title for the tiniest General Motors SUV.

Mazda CX-3

Length: 168.3 inches

Width: 69.6 inches

Footprint: 81.3 square feet

The Mazda2-based CX-3 actually has less cargo volume than the seemingly smaller Mazda3 hatchback. However, its classification as Mazda’s entry-level crossover earns it a spot high on our list. Not only is it smaller than most of its competitors, but it’s also more fun to drive.

Hyundai Kona

Length: 164.0 inches

Width: 70.9 inches

Footprint: 80.7 square feet

As the winner of our most recent subcompact SUV comparison test, the teeny Kona has more than a few fans around the office. It’s much smaller than the Hualālai volcano in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii but not quite small enough to nab the top spot.

Ford EcoSport

Length: 161.3 inches

Width: 69.5 inches

Footprint: 77.8 square feet

The diminutive Ford EcoSport (pronounced “echo-sport,” according to Ford) is the smallest SUV on sale by a relatively wide margin: Its footprint is almost 3 square feet smaller than the next tiniest cute ute, and it’s the least lengthy vehicle on the list. Not surprising, given the crumb-sized crossover stands as a replacement for the now-dead Fiesta and Focus hatchbacks. But it won’t be the smallest for long …

Honorable Mention: Hyundai Venue

Length: 159.0 inches

Width: 69.7 inches

Footprint: 77.0 square feet

Taking up even less space than Hyundai’s super-small Kona, the Venue will be the smallest crossover on the market when it hits dealerships later this year. To give some context as to just how tiny the Venue will be, get this: its 159-inch length is actually shorter than that of a Chevy Sonic.

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2019 Acura RDX: 7 Design Details to Notice – Long-Term Update 5

Motortrend Magazine News - Mon, 05/20/2019 - 4:00am

Did your car’s design feel less special after months behind the wheel? Well, I can’t say the same for our 2019 Acura RDX, a MotorTrend long-termer whose bold design still feels fresh despite the luxury crossover’s accumulation of more than 12,000 miles. You start to notice the details when you live with a car, and I’ve developed many impressions on what’s arguably the boldest RDX generation yet.

A Confident Gaze

I tend to anthropomorphize cars’ front styling, and the RDX’s headlights give off a confident look. It’s not so much the seven LED lighting elements within each LED headlight (standard on every RDX, by the way) so much as the way those “eyes” work with the enormous grille. Not for everyone, that grille wears a huge badge and a starburst pattern similar to what we’ve seen on some Mercedes grilles; it reminds me of science-fiction movies when a spaceship blasts through space.

Blinking Perfection

Although the taillights’ turn signals aren’t LED, the front units are more special. Some SUVs temporarily turn off their daytime running lights to activate the front turn signals, but that’s not the case with the RDX. With the Acura, the strip of light appears at the top of the headlight and stretches across the entire length of the light-housing.

Couldn’t It Extend a Little Farther?

A black roof panel extending to the edge of the front windshield can be a slick look, but you won’t find it on the Acura RDX. It’s a little design trick used by cars all over the price spectrum—we even complimented Volkswagen on offering the look on the 2019 Jetta in a feature about good $25,000 cars for new grads. I like the functionality of the RDX’s expansive panoramic moonroof—standard on every model—but I wouldn’t mind seeing this look on a future RDX or next-gen MDX.

Just Like a Prius!

The RDX’s taillights may not be full LEDs, but there’s some slick detailing on the sides that gives it a more premium appeal, with light shining through what resembles horizontal bars of speckled metal (trust me, it looks good up close). After I drove a new, loaded Toyota Prius, I saw a similar detail on the corners of the headlights, and—I’ll be honest—headlight/taillight dressing is a design accessory found across the industry. Even so, I like the effect it has on the RDX’s rear profile.

Going Down

The gently sloping roof is also a detail I appreciate. This is no coupe-like SUV, however, as the RDX has plenty of space inside for people and cargo. There is a downside to the pulled-down roof as well as the aggressive profile styling. As I’ve mentioned before, rear visibility is awful. The Volvo XC60 manages to look premium while still offering good visibility, but I don’t know that I’m willing to give up the RDX’s design for better sightlines. Better adjust those mirrors …

Shiny-Light or Shiny-Dark?

Our long-term RDX is an A-Spec model, which visually updates the car inside and out. Outside, the most noticeable change—after the 20-inch black wheels compared to the different 19-inch styles other trims get—is the trim. A-Spec models look sportier with gloss-black trim replacing chrome on the doors, above the side glass, around the front grille, and even within the taillights.

Pipes

Another way to distinguish an RDX A-Spec compared to the other three trims is the exhaust outlets. If they’re huge (4.7 inches in diameter versus 3.5 on other models), you’re looking at an A-Spec.

So What Do You Think?

The reason I really like the RDX’s design overall, though, is because you don’t need an A-Spec model to get a sense that it’s a bold, luxury-branded crossover. Sure, the detailing may be a bit busy for some, but even if you stick with the more affordable tech-package model and avoid “Look at Me Red Metallic” like our long-termer, the RDX still has more style than the last-gen model did.

Read more about our long-term 2019 Acura RDX A-Spec:

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This 1995 Toyota Supra Makes 1,800 HP, Runs a 7-Second Quarter Mile

Motortrend Magazine News - Mon, 05/20/2019 - 4:00am

“I want you to go back out on the track, and hit the pace car.” That scene from Days of Thunder ran through Geovannie Castillo’s mind when driving coach and crew chief Jay Meagher from Real Street Performance told him to pedal his 1995 Toyota Supra drag car right after the hit at zMAX Dragway in North Carolina. It saved the run and put Castillo in second place in Modified Power Adder on HOT ROD Drag Week. That was on race day three after hundreds of miles of driving on foggy mountain roads.

This article originally appeared on Hot Rod Network for HOT ROD Drag Week 2018, Powered by Dodge and Presented by Gear Vendors Overdrive. 

Why is this epic? The Supra makes 1,800 hp and runs very low-7s at 200 mph using the stock 2JZ block and head, and takes only a tire change and some rain proofing to run on the street. The secret to the power is excellent prep and an 88mm Precision turbo pushing about 60 pounds of boost at the engine. The setup is controlled by a Motec system and has 12, 225 lb/hr injectors spraying ethanol. The trans is a TH400 mounted by a mid-plate to the 6.0 chassis and uses a Pro Torque converter.

The car is what you would call a steel VIN car, meaning it has a steel roof and quarters and some kind of VIN plate and registration. If you look closely, you will notice that the doors are carbon fiber, cleverly hidden with a wrap, and the hatch is made from polycarbonate. The car weighs just over 3,000 pounds on the starting line. Does it have a 6.99 in it? Maybe.

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These are the Best Car Deals This Memorial Day

Motortrend Magazine News - Mon, 05/20/2019 - 4:00am

Memorial Day is one of the biggest car-shopping weekends of the year. Folks will have their tax-refund checks deposited, the weather is getting nice, and it’s the end of the month—when dealers are under pressure to hit sales targets. Three-day weekends always do well, but being at the end of the month makes it a perfect storm for the best car deals.

That means big cash and financing incentives are in place to help dealers move the sheet metal by making deals more attractive to you, the car shopper.

If you are looking for a great deal on a new car, you might not have a better time than this weekend. To help you with your search, MotorTrend affiliate IntelliChoice has listed the best incentives available, broken out three different ways: by largest cash amount, by largest percentage of vehicle price, and by those offering 0 percent financing (which can be worth thousands of dollars in interest rate savings over the life of a loan).

A few caveats: We limited our incentives data to 2019 models. There are even larger incentives on those few remaining 2018s on dealer lots, but those are unicorns. We’re trying to help you find discounts on vehicles that should be readily available on dealer lots.

That said, some of these incentives may have wiggle-room language, such as, “…on select models,” “offers may vary by dealer,” and “certain restrictions may apply.” Lastly, low-rate financing deals are usually reserved only for those with outstanding credit scores.

These incentives also lump in traditional incentives almost always in place at most automakers, such as the recent-graduate discount, military veteran discounts, loyalty cash, or conquest cash. We also limited the incentives calculations to nationally offered deals. Many manufacturers also tack on regional deals, which means you could do even better in certain parts of the country. These cash-back deals mostly apply to cash or financed purchases, although you could try to apply them to lowering the capitalized cost on a lease deal as well. Happy hunting!

Here are the 30 largest cash incentives for vehicles for Memorial Day weekend, all with more than $2,500 on the hood:

BRAND MODEL AMOUNT EXPIRES Acura NSX $20,000 3/31/20 Jaguar XJ $9,000 5/31/19 Jaguar F-Type $8,000 5/31/19 Jaguar XF $7,000 5/31/19 Buick LaCrosse $5,500 5/31/19 Cadillac Escalade $5,000 5/31/19 Jaguar I-PACE $5,000 5/31/19 Buick Cascada $4,750 5/31/19 Buick Enclave $4,500 5/31/19 Buick Regal $4,500 5/31/19 Porsche Panamera $4,500 7/1/19 Buick Envision $4,250 5/31/19 GMC Acadia $4,000 5/31/19 GMC Sierra 1500 $4,000 5/31/19 Chevrolet Express $3,500 5/31/19 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 $3,500 5/31/19 GMC Savana $3,500 5/31/19 Buick Encore $3,250 5/31/19 Audi A6 $3,000 5/31/19 Audi A7 $3,000 5/31/19 Audi A8 $3,000 5/31/19 Audi Q7 $3,000 5/31/19 Audi Q8 $3,000 5/31/19 Chevrolet Bolt EV $3,000 5/31/19 Chevrolet Volt $3,000 5/31/19 Hyundai Santa Fe XL $3,000 6/3/19 Jaguar E-PACE $3,000 5/31/19 Acura MDX $2,500 7/1/19 GMC Yukon $2,500 5/31/19 Hyundai Santa Fe $2,500 6/3/19 Hyundai Sonata $2,500 6/3/19

Here are the 30 largest Memorial Day incentives, as a percentage of sticker price:

BRAND MODEL AMOUNT PERCENT EXPIRES Buick LaCrosse $5,500 13.7 5/31/2019 Buick Regal $4,500 13.3 5/31/2019 Buick Cascada $4,750 12.99 5/31/2019 Acura NSX $20,000 12.7 3/31/2020 Buick Encore $3,250 11.97 5/31/2019 Buick Envision $4,250 11.35 5/31/2019 Hyundai Elantra $2,250 10.39 6/3/2019 GMC Acadia $4,000 10.19 5/31/2019 Jaguar XF $7,000 10.09 5/31/2019 Chevrolet Express $3,500 9.74 5/31/2019 GMC Savana $3,500 9.74 5/31/2019 Buick Enclave $4,500 9.56 5/31/2019 GMC Sierra 1500 $4,000 9.48 5/31/2019 Chevrolet Trax $2,250 9.19 5/31/2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 $3,500 9.13 5/31/2019 Hyundai Sonata $2,500 9.03 6/3/2019 Chevrolet Cruze $2,000 8.9 5/31/2019 Jaguar XJ $9,000 8.79 5/31/2019 Hyundai Santa Fe XL $3,000 8.42 6/3/2019 Chevrolet Volt $3,000 8.41 5/31/2019 Chevrolet Bolt EV $3,000 7.75 5/31/2019 Honda Civic $1,600 7.75 7/8/2019 Chevrolet Malibu $2,000 7.67 5/31/2019 Hyundai Veloster $1,750 7.63 6/3/2019 Jaguar F-Type $8,000 7.13 5/31/2019 Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid $2,000 7.09 5/31/2019 Hyundai Santa Fe $2,500 7.02 6/3/2019 Hyundai Tucson $2,000 6.98 6/3/2019 Nissan Altima $2,000 6.83 5/31/2019 Jaguar E-PACE $3,000 6.71 5/31/2019

And here are the models that have 0 percent financing. Please note that these are usually reserved for those people with good credit, and often are for limited terms—such as 36 months—although sometimes extended-length loans are allowed with 0.9 or 1.9 percent financing.

BRAND MODEL EXPIRES Buick Cascada 5/31/19 Buick Enclave 5/31/19 Buick Encore 5/31/19 Buick Envision 5/31/19 Buick LaCrosse 5/31/19 Buick Regal 5/31/19 Cadillac Escalade 5/31/19 Cadillac XT5 5/31/19 Cadillac XTS 5/31/19 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 5/31/19 Chrysler 300 6/3/19 Chrysler Pacifica 6/3/19 Chrysler Pacifica Plug-in 6/3/19 Dodge Challenger 6/3/19 Dodge Charger 6/3/19 Dodge Durango 6/3/19 Dodge Grand Caravan 6/3/19 Dodge Journey 6/3/19 Ford F-150 5/31/19 GMC Acadia 5/31/19 GMC Canyon 5/31/19 GMC Sierra 1500 5/31/19 GMC Sierra 2500HD 5/31/19 GMC Sierra 3500HD 5/31/19 GMC Terrain 5/31/19 Hyundai Accent 6/3/19 Hyundai Kona 6/3/19 Hyundai Santa Fe 6/3/19 Hyundai Santa Fe XL 6/3/19 Hyundai Sonata 6/3/19 Hyundai Tucson 6/3/19 Infiniti QX80 5/31/19 Jaguar E-PACE 5/31/19 Jaguar F-PACE 5/31/19 Jaguar F-Type 5/31/19 Jaguar I-PACE 5/31/19 Jaguar XE 5/31/19 Jaguar XF 5/31/19 Jaguar XJ 5/31/19 Jeep Cherokee 6/3/19 Jeep Compass 6/3/19 Jeep Grand Cherokee 6/3/19 Jeep Renegade 6/3/19 Kia Cadenza 7/1/19 Kia Forte 7/1/19 Kia K900 7/1/19 Kia Niro 7/1/19 Kia Optima 7/1/19 Kia Rio 7/1/19 Kia Sedona 7/1/19 Kia Sorento 7/1/19 Kia Soul 7/1/19 Kia Sportage 7/1/19 Kia Stinger 7/1/19 Lincoln Continental 7/1/19 Lincoln MKC 7/1/19 Lincoln MKT 7/1/19 Lincoln MKZ 7/1/19 Lincoln Nautilus 7/1/19 Lincoln Navigator 7/1/19 Mazda CX-3 6/3/19 Mazda CX-5 6/3/19 Mazda CX-9 6/3/19 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 5/31/19 Mitsubishi Mirage 5/31/19 Mitsubishi Outlander 5/31/19 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport 5/31/19 Nissan Altima 5/31/19 Nissan Armada 5/31/19 Nissan Frontier 5/31/19 Nissan Kicks 5/31/19 Nissan LEAF 5/31/19 Nissan Maxima 5/31/19 Nissan Murano 5/31/19 Nissan NV200 5/31/19 Nissan Pathfinder 5/31/19 Nissan Rogue 5/31/19 Nissan Rogue Sport 5/31/19 Nissan Sentra 5/31/19 Nissan Titan 5/31/19 Nissan Titan XD 5/31/19 Nissan Versa 5/31/19 Nissan Versa Note 5/31/19 Ram 1500 6/3/19 Ram 2500 6/3/19 Ram ProMaster City 6/3/19

 

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Chevrolet Dominates Indy 500 Qualifying, Alonso Gets Bumped

GM Authority News - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 11:16pm

Team Penske's Simon Pagenaud is on pole.

New Bill Could Help GM’s Electric Vehicle Battery Production

GM Authority News - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 12:08pm

The bill hopes to increase U.S. production of critical EV battery minerals.

SVE Plots Blazer-Based Typhoon Revival If A GMC Version Arrives

GM Authority News - Sun, 05/19/2019 - 11:57am

That could make the ongoing crossover invasion a little easier to digest.

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