NYE Auto’s September Truck Month Is Almost Over — Check Out The Deals September plays host to many important observances. It contains holidays such as Labor Day, the autumnal equinox, National Peanut Day and International Talk Like a Pirate Day. It also serves as Hispanic Heritage Month, Better Breakfast Month, National Piano Month and National Chicken Month. All of that gets dwarfed, though, by what makes September really special: It is GMC Truck Month at NYE Automotive Group. We say that somewhat in jest, of course, but it is true that there are some serious savings available on GMC vehicles through the end of September. If you are in the market for a professional-grade truck, this month is the right time to buy. During truck month, you can get 0 percent APR financing (for up to 60 months) plus a $1,000 rebate on most GMC models, including: GMC Acadia crossovers GMC Canyon midsize pickups GMC Sierra and Sierra HD full-size pickups GMC Yukon SUVs GMC Savana vans The new GMC Terrain crossover also has special financing available that is as low as 2.9 percent. But these special financing terms are not the only options available this month. If you prefer, you can choose to receive customer cash instead — several thousand dollars in customer cash, in fact. The customer cash option can be up to: $4,505 on a Sierra 1500 $3,005 on a Sierra 2500HD or 3500HD $3,000 on a Canyon or Yukon $2,000 on an Acadia $1,500 on a Savana Of course, at NYE Automotive Group, we carry more than just GMC vehicles. If you are looking for a new pickup or SUV, you can also get some great deals on Ford vehicles such as the F-Series pickups, Escape, Explorer or Expedition, or on Toyota vehicles such as the Tundra, Tacoma, RAV4 or Highlander. You can check out our GMC truck month specials online, or come check out the deals in person at our central New York location. Don’t wait too long, though. Truck Month is almost over, and many of these special offers will be expiring soon. Take advantage of these deals before the calendar page turns, or else you might end up regretting that you got caught celebrating another September holiday: Be Late For Something Day. Photo courtesy of www.shutterstock.com.