If you’re shopping for a new car, whether it’s used or not, it’s always important to see what types of deals you can get. For the month of July, multiple brands have great low interest rate financing incentives on certified pre-owned vehicles, so make sure you check out theses great used car deals for July.
This month, BMW is offering 1.9% financing on all 2011 and 2012 CPO models, an offer that expires on the last day of July. Buick and Chevrolet are both offering 0% financing, with Buick’s financing available on CPO Buick LaCrosse and Enclave models and Chevrolet’s deal available on CPO Chevrolet Cruze, Equinox, Malibu, Volt, and 2014 Impala models.
For those looking for a Japanese model car, Toyota offers 2.9% financing for up to 60 months on many CPO models, while the German Volkswagen brand is giving customers 0.9% financing for up to 60 months on CPO CC models or 1.99% for 60 months on all other CPO models.
For a comprehensive list on the best used cars deals in July, click here or stop by Mama’s Used Cars today to see for yourself!
Chevrolet is a truly remarkable company to make it through the recent recession, let alone every struggle through the last hundred years. Founded in 1911, Chevy has seen years of innovation and change. Here is a brief history.
1911 – Founded by William Durant and Louis Chevrolet.
1913 – Durant adopts the iconic logo.
1953 – Introduction of the Corvette, which was the first mass produced sports car. 300 were produced around $3,500 each.
1955 – Introduction of the infamous small-block V8 engine.
1967 – Introduction of the Camaro.
2007 – The first electric concept car by a major manufacturer is introduced… The Chevrolet Volt.
2011 – Chevrolet rebounds after GM’s bankruptcy and sells 2.35 million cars in the first half of the year, a new record.
It seems as if Chevrolet is gaining strength for another century long drive.