The 0 percent financing incentives are not a thing of the past. They continue for the Chrysler group and several import-badged makes, and new Mitsubishi and Isuzu programs include no-interest loans.
The Mitsubishi models affected are the 2003 Eclipse and 2002 Mirage, Eclipse, Eclipse Spyder, Galant, Diamante, Montero Sport and Montero. Cash rebates of $1,000 to $2,500 are available, and the 2002 Lancer offers financing of 2.9 percent to 4.9 percent. The program ends May 31.
Until July 1, Isuzu has cash payments of $750 on the 2002 Axiom, $1,000 on the 2002 Rodeo and $1,500 on the 2002 Trooper combined with no-interest loans. The Rodeo Sport has 0 percent loans but no cash rebate.
Nissan has added a cash alternative to its 0.9 percent financing. It is $1,000 on the Maxima, Pathfinder and Frontier King Cab and $500 on the Frontier Crew Cab. The cutoff dates are May 31 for cash and June 3 for loans.
Finance rates are 2.9 percent to 4.9 percent on the 2002 Honda Civic, Accord and Passport. Expiration dates are May 31 for the Accord, June 3 for the Passport and July 1 for the Civic.