Some of the most popular trucks on the market are available with incentives this month. We've rounded up the best pickup truck deals on our favorite models to help shoppers who are searching for a brand-new pickup in June.
The full-size Chevrolet Silverado is among the most popular vehicles in the U.S. In June, Chevrolet is offering especially good deals on the 2013 Silverado to make room for an all-new model scheduled to arrive soon. For cash buyers, that means up to $2,500 cash back on the Silverado 1500, while the heavy-duty Silverado 2500 is limited to $2,000 back. Qualified shoppers looking to finance can get 0 percent interest for up to 60 months on both models. Chevrolet even has a rare lease deal available, touting payments from $299 per month for 39 months on an extended-cab Silverado LT after $2,359 down at lease signing. For shoppers who would prefer a Silverado LT Crew Cab, Chevrolet is offering a lease deal on that model starting at $319 per month after $2,799 down.
Like its Chevrolet Silverado cousin, the GMC Sierra is heading for a redesign later this year. That means GMC is clearing dealer lots as soon as possible. So, through the end of the month, shoppers interested in a 2013 Sierra can get up to $2,500 cash back on Sierra 1500 models if they're paying in full. Qualified buyers looking to finance can also get a deal this month, as GMC is offering 0 percent interest for up to 60 months on Sierra 1500 and 2500 models. Unfortunately, GMC isn't offering the same lease deals as sister brand Chevrolet.
The Honda Ridgeline is a car-based pickup with four doors and a standard V6. The Ridgeline is rarely featured with incentives, so we're excited to see a special offer available on it in June. Through the end of the month, Honda is offering the Ridgeline to qualified buyers with 0.9 percent interest for up to 36 months, or 1.9 percent for up to 60 months. Unfortunately, Honda isn't offering any lease or cash-back deals on the Ridgeline this month.
The Nissan Frontier is one of the last remaining midsize pickups still on the market. Through the end of the month, it's available with incentives whether shoppers are looking to lease, finance or pay with cash. For lease shoppers, Nissan is offering a 39-month term with payments starting at $229 per month after $2,999 down at lease signing. For qualified shoppers looking to finance, Nissan is offering 0 percent interest for 36 months, 1.9 percent for 60 months or 2.9 percent for 72 months. And for those looking to pay in full, the Frontier is available in June with up to $1,000 cash back.
The full-size Nissan Titan competes with large pickups from RAM, Ford, General Motors and Toyota. Through the end of June, it's available with several incentives, whether shoppers want to lease, finance or buy their next truck outright. For those paying in full, Nissan is offering cash-back deals as high as $4,350. For finance shoppers, Nissan is offering 0 percent interest for 36 months or 2.9 percent for up to 72 months. And for lease shoppers, Nissan also has a deal in June: payments starting at $499 for 39 months after $2,999 down at lease signing.
The full-size RAM 1500 remains one of the most popular trucks on the market. In June, it's offered with deals whether shoppers are looking to lease, finance or pay with cash. For lease shoppers, the RAM 1500 Express Quad Cab is available with payments from $289 per month for 36 months after $2,899 down at lease signing. Those financing can get 2.9 percent interest for up to 36 months plus up to $1,500 cash back, depending on the model. And for drivers paying in full, the RAM is offered this month with cash-back deals of up to $3,250 for top-end trim levels.
The Toyota Tacoma is one of the only midsize trucks left for shoppers who don't need a large pickup. In June, it's available with two incentives. The first is for qualified buyers looking to finance. Through the end of the month, Toyota is offering 0 percent interest on the pickup for 36 months. Toyota is also offering a lease deal this month on the Tacoma DoubleCab PreRunner. Through the end of June, shoppers can get payments from $239 per month for 36 months after they put down $2,638 at lease signing.
The Toyota Tundra is a full-size pickup that competes with large trucks from RAM, GM, Ford and Nissan. In June, it's available with low-interest and lease deals for shoppers interested in a deal on a new pickup. For lease shoppers, Toyota is offering a 36-month lease with payments starting at $299 after $3,298 down on a Tundra Double Cab. Meanwhile, for qualified buyers looking to finance, Toyota is offering 0 percent interest for up to 60 months on all 2013 Tundra models.
What it means to you: Shoppers searching for the right truck should find our list of pickup truck deals to be an excellent starting point.