Photo of Chevrolet Colorado courtesy of GM.

Photo of Chevrolet Colorado courtesy of GM.

General Motors has announced fleet incentives for its 2018 model-year vehicles for the Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, and GMC brands, which includes first-time fleet incentives for the Bolt EV and second-generation Chevrolet Colorado mid-size pickup.

For its Chevrolet cars, GM is offering $500 for the Bolt EV, $500 for the Camaro, $1,100 for the Cruze, $2,000 for the Impala, $2,000 for the Malibu, $1,400 for the Malibu Hybrid, $500 for the Sonic, $325 for the Spark, and $1,000 for the Volt hybrid.

For its Chevrolet trucks, GM is offering $3,750 for the Silverado 1500 crew and double cab, $3,000 for the Silverado 1500 regular cab, $4,150 for the Silverado 2500/3500 crew and double cab, $3,650 for the Silverado 2500/3500 regular cab, $500 for the rear-wheel Colorado (2LT/2WT/2Z7 and excluding R8T), and $1,500 for the 4WD Colorado (4LT/4WT/4Z7/4ZR and excluding R8T). GM will offer $1,500 for its six Low Cab Forward models, including gasoline models 3500/4500 and diesel models 4500HD/4500XD/5500HD/5500XD.

For its Chevrolet vans, GM is offering $1,750 for the City Express; $3,750 for the Express 2500 cargo van, $4,750 for the Express 3500 cargo, $4,750 for the Express 3500 cargo, and $3,250 for the Express cutaway and passenger vans.

For its Chevrolet SUVs, GM is offering $1,000 for the Equinox (excluding 1SM), $1,500 for the Traverse (excluding 1L0), $1,500 for the Trax (excluding R8T), and $2,500 for the Suburban and Tahoe.

The GMC truck incentives include $3,750 for the Sierra 1500 crew and double cab, $3,000 for the Sierra 1500 regular cab, $4,150 for the Sierra 2500/3500 crew and double cab, $3,650 for the Sierra 2500/3500 regular cab, $500 for the rear-wheel Canyon (2LE/2LT/2SD/2VL), and $1,500 for the 4WD Canyon (4LE/4LT/4SD/4VL).

For its GMC vans, GM is offering $3,750 for the Savana 2500 cargo van, $4,750 for the Savana 3500 cargo, and $3,250 for the Savana cutaway and passenger vans.

GMC SUV incentives include $2,000 for the Acadia (excluding 1SV), $1,000 for the Terrain (excluding 2SA), and $2,500 for the Yukon and Yukon XL.

For its Buick models, GM is offering $2,500 for the Enclave, $1,500 for the Encore, $2,000 for the Envision, $2,250 for the LaCrosse (excluding 1SV), $1,250 for the Regal, and $500 for the Cascada.

For Cadillac, GM is offering $2,000 for the ATS, $3,400 for the CTS, $2,300 for the CT6, $3,600 for the XTS (excluding W30), $2,350 for the XT5, and $4,125 for the Escalade.

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet

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