The end of the year and the holiday season can be a great time to look for a new car. RealCarTips.com has assembled a list of the best deals from around the different manufacturers.
|2016 Kia Optima||Lease for $159/month for 39 months ($1,999 due at signing)|
|2017 Toyota Camry||0% financing for 72 months plus cash|
|2016 Toyota Prius||$500 holiday bonus cash|
|2017 Acura RDX||$750 bonus cash|
|2017 Acura ILX||$750 bonus cash|
|GM Vehicles||$2,000 competitive bonus cash|
|2016 Chevrolet Trax||Lease for $184/month for 39 months, $194 due at signing|
|2017 BMW Models||$1,000 Holiday bonus cash|
|2016 Hyundai Elantra||Up to $3,250 in bonus discounts|
ConsumerReports.com has also assembled a detailed list of the best of new car deals on the market. They have spotlighted the Honda Accord as the best new car deal on the market as of this writing:
The Accord is well-equipped, competitively priced, and performs well, making it one of our top-rated family sedans. It handles responsively, though the ride can be choppy. It has a roomy and well-finished interior. The four-cylinder gets 30-mpg overall with its unobtrusive CVT. The 3.5-liter V6 is lively and refined, and gets a decent 26-mpg overall. But the infotainment system on EX and above versions is unintuitive. Standard automatic climate control is a nice feature, but the LX lacks a power seat. The Hybrid gets 40-mpg overall and operates smoothly, but it sacrifices a lot of trunk space.
|Model||MSRP||Invoice Price||Incentive Expiration||Potential Savings Below MSRP|
|2017 Honda Accord Sedan LX CVT||$23,990||$22,030||1/3/2017||10%+|