But is it good enough to switch sides?
The decades-long battle between the Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang is still going strong, though by sheer numbers the Mustang is the sales winner. Does this mean it's the better car? That'll depend on whom you ask. Needless to say, both muscle cars have legions of fans and owners, but Chevy thinks it can get a few Mustang drivers to switch sides. Money talks, after all. Chevy has just announced a $4,750 discount on all 2019 Camaro trims, though it's for current Mustang owners only.
This isn't the first time Chevy has targeted Mustang owners and lessees, and this latest offer isn't even the best we've seen. Last December, for example, the discount amount was $5,500. If you're not a current Mustang driver, you can still receive a $1,750 cash back rebate on all '19 Camaros this month.
So if you're one of those Mustang owners interested in seeing what it's like to drive a Camaro, then you ought to know the discount's precise breakdown. There's a $3,750 cash allowance and to be eligible one must have had that Mustang for at least 30 days prior to purchase. And there's an additional $1,000 bonus earnings for GM Card members only. If you weren't a cardmember before January 2, 2020, then you're not eligible. The combined $4,750 discount will expire on March 2, 2020. The $1,750 customer cash also expires that day.
One issue, however, remains unclear: Is it possible to combine both all three offers?
It's already confirmed that current Mustang owners and GM Card members can be combined, but what about the customer cash? If this is indeed possible, then Mustang drivers can receive up to $6,500 in savings. The best way to confirm this is to head over to a Chevy dealership and simply ask. There could also possibly be additional unadvertised incentives, so bear that in mind.
If the full $6,500 discount is possible, then one can purchase a new 2019 Chevy Camaro ZL1 for as little as $56,495 instead of the $62,995 MSRP. The least expensive 2019 Camaro, the LS, normally begins at $25,995 and could, hopefully, drop to $19,495.