It is a time unlike any other we have faced. Businesses are shuttered. Factory assembly lines have been halted. Workers have been furloughed. And the stock market has collapsed. Faced with all these challenges that have seemingly materialized overnight, the auto industry has immediately responded by giving consumers good dollars-and-cents reasons to buy vehicles now.

Less than a month ago, the industry was concentrating on February sales that were better than last year’s robust pace. And while experts predicted 2020 car sales might not reach the elevated level of last year, they still expected this year to be a good one for consumers and the industry alike. But the response to the global pandemic has thrown a wrench into those rosy predictions. Now manufacturers hope their just-announced sales incentives will persuade at least some shoppers to complete their deals. Here are the coronavirus-related incentives that major automakers are offering consumers right now.