what car maker has the best military discount?
I am going to buy a new car in the next couple of months, who has the best miltary appreciation discount.
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Toyota & Scion Military Discount
Toyota Military DiscountToyota offers a $500 discount for active military on most of their new vehicles and has a $500 discount incentive for 1st time buyers on most of their new vehicles. These programs can be combined. In a joint effort between Toyota Financial Services*(TFS) and Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., we are pleased to announce a special rebate program for eligible active military personnel. EFFECTIVE APRIL 17, 2007 through APRIL 17, 2008, active military personnel can receive a rebate by leasing or financing a New Toyota vehicle through TFS.
GM Military DiscountsGM General Motors Military Discount
Active members and Reserves of the U.S. military get $500 bonus cash, in addition to most current offers available from GM.
As an expression of our appreciation, GM offers active members and Reserves of the U.S. military $500 bonus cash when you purchase or lease a 2006 or 2007 GM car or truck – just show your military ID!
This bonus offer is in addition to many other current offers available from GM. For more information on attractive GMAC financing, call 1-888-262-2393, our dedicated call center for military personnel.
Offer includes some or all of the following GM brands: Chevrolet, Pontiac, Buick, Cadillac, GMC, Oldsmobile, Saturn, HUMMER, Saab, Holden, Opel, Vauxhall.
Suzuki Auto Military Discount
suzuki military discountIf you're an active member of the United States Armed Services, in the Reserves or an immediate family member of same and buy any new 2006/2007 Suzuki you may be eligible to receive an additional $500 Cash Back. That's on top of Suzuki's existing Customer Cash* offers! To qualify you must purchase and take delivery of your new 2006/2007 Suzuki Car or SUV by 02/28/2007 and show your most recent leave and earnings statement. Base M.S.R.P. does not include tax, title, or destination charges. Dealer prices may vary. Visit the Suzuki website.
Chrysler - Jeep Military Discount
Jeep Military Discountoffers eligible active military, retired military (honorable discharge and 20 years of service required), active military reserve, retired military reserve (honorable discharge and 20 years of service required), and veterans (honorable discharge required after any length of service) a $500 cash allowance applied toward the retail purchase (Type Sale 1) or lease (Type Sale L) of an eligible vehicle. See official website.Source(s): ,,^._.^,,
- 1 decade ago
Well, Daimler Chrysler usually has a $500 rebate for military, but we in GM world have some stackable rebates that would work better for you.
Do you have to have a new car? Our certified rates are pretty good right now and you can get 1000's off a current model year with a few miles on it.
- Anonymous5 years ago
Prada 2012 Collection