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This is a historical deal from February to March 2021.
Currently, and for the forseeable future, I only work with the Hyundai brand.
I do not currently work with Chevrolet, and cannot help you with a Camaro, or GM Truck.
Please click here to proceed to my new 2021 Thread, which brings the same great service & experience, exclusively to the Hyundai brand.
⠀Below this line is a historical deal from February to March 2021 only.
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Hi, I’m Andy!
You may know me from my work with EV, PHEV, and Gas Hyundais.
Today, I’m here with an opportunity that may, unfortunately, offset some of the emissions savings from all those EVs.
Custom-build a 2021 V8-equipped 455-horsepower Camaro LT1 in your choice of color, roof, transmission, and options, and lock in the low lease rates you’ve been seeing here for when it arrives in Spring!
All deals are at sticker price, which is still an impressive LH score on a vehicle with this kind of power. No shady dealer add-ons or mark-up. $1750 in conquest rebates and $1000 Everyone rebate is included in Calculators.
Example Payments: $286/month with $2139 Drive-Off, NJ Tax/Fees included. Manual Base Model. Add your performance exhaust and Recaros and still keep it under 350!
I’m best known here for my unbeatable deals on economy cars. However, I’m also an active member of LeaseHackr and am aware of the recent interest in the 2021 Camaro LT1 Coupe & Convertible: due to strong leasing programs, even when this vehicle is leased at Sticker Price.
Until today, I was not offering any RWD, 2-door, convertible, or V8-equipped vehicles in my lineup.
Keeping with my theme, I’m here today to bring another niche segment to the LH Marketplace in a repeatable, no-nonsense manner! Even though these vehicles could not be more different from front-drive, Import, EV Hatchbacks, I believe Lease shoppers in any segment should be treated fairly!
I’m not currently advertising any Chevrolet vehicles other than the Camaro LT1. If you need a specific Chevy, please reach out. But I also implore you review my Hyundai lineup. I stand behind my Hyundai lineup as the best bang for buck in most segments, for a shopper looking to lease a car from an Economy brand.
The Camaro LT1 is a V8 sportscar. Nobody needs a Camaro, so you will need Tier 1 credit for these. If you have sub-prime credit, I will direct you to a Hyundai. The LT1 trim is the lease special, so understand that options or higher trims will significantly increase your payment.
- Build your Camaro Online.
- Text Andy at 551-204-8712. Text a link to your build or, I’ll provide my email address.
- Credit Approval over the Phone
- Place a $1000 deposit with the dealership to Factory Order your Car
- Pick up your car in approx. 8-12 weeks! Your 39-month lease starts on the day you pick it up. Pickup location in the Greater Philly/NJ area (I am based in greater NYC/NJ area but Camaros are more popular South/West of here)
Please see the below screenshots to ensure that you select the correct Trim, and share the link accordingly. Either Coupe or Convertible is fine, but you must choose a LT1, not a 1LT or any other trim.
Start with one of my LH calculator templates.
Update the MSRP and Selling Price to match the Total Vehicle Price.
Update Taxes for your ZIP code.
Ensure you qualify for GM Conquest, if not, remove $1750 from the Taxed Rebates Section
Incentive programs and your payment will be locked in with your order, UNLESS the car gets cheaper, at which point you’ll be eligible for the then-current incentives. You will NOT have to pay a higher price if programs get worse. You will only pay the locked-in price, or cheaper.
You may have seen inconsistencies about whether or not incentives can be locked on a Chevy, but rest assured, with me, YOUR LEASE PRICE WILL NOT GO UP BETWEEN ORDERING, AND TAKING DELIVERY. If you don’t get the car at the advertised price, the broker fee is fully refundable! Reach out for further details!
Take advantage of the low Winter prices you’ve been seeing listed around LH, but take delivery when these cars are HOT.
Q: If this deal is at sticker price, why should I pay a broker fee?
A: Feel free to order this deal at your local Chevy dealer if they’re willing to match it. Many dealers will require you to come in to place the order, then make a second trip to pick up the car. I will allow you to place the order remotely, saving you one trip. To some, that trip saved and upfront pricing is worth the $350 fee.