Are you thinking about buying a new car but overwhelmed by the cost? Many automakers want to show their appreciation for military families by offering special pricing on their vehicles.
Whether you're returning after an overseas tour or you’re just ready for a new car, make sure to take advantage of the military discounts offered by a variety of automakers, both stateside and abroad.
Stateside Auto Sales
Acura has a Military Appreciation Offer, which includes $750 toward a 2023 or newer Integra, 2022 or newer MDX, 2021 or newer ILX, TLX, or RDX vehicle (excludes Acura NSX and PMC Edition vehicles) when you finance or lease through Acura Financial Services. This offer is valid until April 3, 2023.
The BMW Military Incentive is a special offer for service members that includes $500 to $11,000 toward a lease or new vehicle purchase. You must confirm your military status online to take advantage of the offer.
Ford's Military Appreciation salute is exclusively for active-duty military personnel, retired and veteran members, spouse or surviving spouse and other household members. The offer is good toward the purchase or lease of an eligible new Ford or Lincoln vehicle.
The General Motors Military Discount Program provides eligible participants with the opportunity to purchase or lease new or unused Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac vehicles at a special price at a participating dealer. Vehicle eligibility may change over time, so check before you buy.
Harley Davidson offers a military discount that includes no down payment, reduced rates and flexible term options designed for active-duty stateside military personnel.
The Honda Military Appreciation Offer gets you a savings of $500 toward any 2022 or newer model year Honda automobile when you finance or lease through Honda Financial Services. This offer is valid through April 3, 2023.
All active duty, Reservist/National Guard, veterans and retired military personnel will receive an additional $500 off new Hyundai vehicles distributed by Hyundai Motor America through January 2, 2023.
The Mitsubishi Military Rebate provides up to a $500 discount on select Mitsubishi vehicles. The offer is valid through March 31, 2023.
The exclusive Nissan Military Program helps you save between $500 and $1,000 and can be combined with current national and regional incentives. This offer is valid for active duty, Reserves, retired (must have completed 20 years of active or Reserve duty) and veterans (must be within 24 months of separation from active or Reserve duty).
Subaru offers a special discount to active-duty and reserve members of the military, as well as veterans and retired military within 12 months of their date of separation. For complete program details and eligibility information, contact your local participating Subaru retailer.
Toyota salutes the U.S. military with a $500 incentive that can be applied toward finance or lease contracts on new Toyota vehicles through participating Toyota Dealers and Toyota Financial Services. This offer is valid through October 3, 2022.
Overseas Auto Sales
Are you stationed overseas? There are several military sales programs available to help you purchase a discounted vehicle while you’re abroad.
Military AutoSource offers special military offers and incentives, lowest price guarantee, special factory and military lender financing rates. Take delivery of your vehicle at your overseas duty station, or have it delivered stateside when you return.
BMW Military Sales is a privilege program designed specifically for U.S. service personnel overseas. This program includes significant savings, fixed prices, VAT-free purchasing and international warranty cover.
Volvo offers unique benefits for military personnel on a tour overseas, including exclusive pricing, three years of complimentary maintenance, four years of warranty coverage worldwide and home shipment.
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