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[Chevrolet] 2019 Chevrolet Malibu LS Sedan - $22,595 cash or 0% financing for 84 months

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2019 Chevrolet Malibu LS Sedan - $22,595 cash or 0% financing for 84 months

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Saw this deal while car shopping - $4400 cash credit or 0% for up to 84 months. Seems pretty hot to me - car is well rated.

I realize most people want SUVs these days but if you are flexible. Apple Car play and Android Auto is included for your maps too.


Standard features of Malibu LS include the following:

Chevrolet Infotainment 3 System† with 8-inch diagonal colour touch-screen display
Bluetooth®† hands-free phone connectivity
Available built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi® hotspot† (data plan required)
Chevrolet Connected Access† with 10 years of standard connectivity, which enables services such as Vehicle Diagnostics†, Dealer Notification† and more
Receive 1 month of Chevrolet Connected Services trial and OnStar Safety & Security coverage and sign up for a paid plan to enjoy the first two months on us†
160 hp1.5L turbo DOHC I-4 engine
Auto Stop/Start engine feature
Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT)
4-wheel disc brakes with Duralife® brake rotors, ABS, Brake Assist, cornering brake control and Hill Start Assist
16-inch aluminum wheels
StabiliTrak® Electronic Stability Control System and traction control
Keyless Open and Start with extended-range remote keyless entry
Rear vision camera†
Content theft alarm
Driver Information Centre with monochromatic display
Exterior temperature and compass display
Single-zone air conditioning with air filtration system and particulate/pollen filter
Tilt and telescopic adjustable steering column
Steering wheel-mounted Bluetooth®†, cruise and audio system controls
Front bucket seats with manual 6-way seat adjusters
60/40 split-folding rear seats with centre-folding rear armrest
Rear Seat Remi†
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But then you're driving a Chevy.. lol.

Not for me, but 0% financing is becoming more and more rare these days it seems.
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BooYakaShaMa wrote: But then you're driving a Chevy.. lol.

Not for me, but 0% financing is becoming more and more rare these days it seems.
I current drive a Malibu and I have been more than pleased with it. Nothing to be ashamed of.
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1.5L, 160hp to move a mid-full size sedan? That thing's 0-60 must be timed using a calendar.
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No matter what car is posted on here there will be a political conversation....or judgement of those who drive it.

We should just keep the conversation to the "deal" and whether it is good or not.

If this is not a good deal to you....a valuable post would be a comparable option at a similar price from another manufacturer.
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The numbers for Alberta break down to $124.15 biweekly, or $268.99/monthly, which is attractive.

However, keep in mind GM only provides 3-year/60,000 km Base Warranty, and as this is a 7-year finance, you're on your own (warranty-wise) for the remaining 4 years. You're actually without warranty for longer than you're with. It'll be up to you if you want to include extended warranty or not, so these numbers may be going up if you go with extended warranty. Plus there's the option for lifetime oil changes, and 3m and undercoating, plus tires, plus plus plus...
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Seems like a good price for a good car.
At 0% financing for 84 months it's pretty cheap.
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Chrno wrote: 1.5L, 160hp to move a mid-full size sedan? That thing's 0-60 must be timed using a calendar.
My Accord only has 185 HP and moves pretty good, I never thought it would do much, but even in ECON mode, still no issues... and it's economical. I would have never thought it to be mid-full sized before I bought, but it replaced our 2004 Grand Prix and it has more leg room than that car did.
Sure, Honda resale is better than GM, but this is a pretty solid deal, for a sharp looking vehicle.

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There’s no such thing as 0% financing. You always loose the cash purchase credit if you do “0%”. The $4400 is a CPC.
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In a galaxy far far …
84 month financing. No thanks.
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If you wish to debate this specific deal, remain here. If you just want to bemoan the Oshawa plant closing please use this existing thread: gm-close-all-oshawa-assembly-operations-2242729/
We should just keep the conversation to the "deal" and whether it is good or not.

If this is not a good deal to you....a valuable post would be a comparable option at a similar price from another manufacturer.
^ this exactly
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philharmonic wrote: There’s no such thing as 0% financing. You always loose the cash purchase credit if you do “0%”. The $4400 is a CPC.
You get both $4400 and 0%. Build the car and adjust the financing to 84 months.
Badbrad wrote: 84 month financing. No thanks.
You can do less with higher payments. It's "up to" 84 months.
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Badbrad wrote: 84 month financing. No thanks.
Why not?
I'd finance my cars over 25 years if it was offered at 0%...
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AMD wrote: Seems like a good price for a good car.
At 0% financing for 84 months it's pretty cheap.
Good rebate on the car but 84 months financing.
By 5th or 6th year, you starting paying for something more than what it is actually worth at that time.

Premium Pkg is 35k MRSP....

I guess this is a good deal for rental companies.
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