Can you buy a new car for under 10000? Absolutely. It may seem too good to be true to buy a new car for less then the price of many used cars, but it is indeed possible. LotPro.com in fact has three such models for you to choose from and you can get some nice Chevy rebates and Nissan incentives to boot.
Three Cheap Cars Under 10000
Of the three cars under 10000, only one doesn't have any current rebates being offered this November, and that is the 2011 Hyundai Accent. Dealer invoice for the Accent starts at $9,899, and is one of two 35 mpg coupes available for under $10,000. Now you can get the 2012 Hyundai Accent with 1.9% Hyundai financing but the new 2012 model price is also $2000 more than our $10k set price point.
The next car on the list is also the most expensive, and wouldn't even make the list of $10k cars if it wasn't for the pretty attractive Chevy rebates available. With Chevrolet Aveo dealer invoice starting at $11,486, there is up to $1,500 available to interested buyers to bring the price just under ten thousand. And with 27 city and 35 highway, this is also the second of our two 35 mpg coupe on our list. This is also the last year for the Aveo in the United States under its current nameplate, as next year it will be marketed instead as the redesigned Chevy Sonic which has a dealer invoice of $13,392.
Best Deal For New Cars Under 10000?
Now if you shop Nissan dealers in WV, this next deal is right up your alley. The Nissan Versa invoice price only runs $9,759 and yet on top of that you can get 0% Nissan financing which is one heck of a deal. But along with that financing special you can get an additional $500 off in the form of Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation (NMAC) cash back. Those are some serious incentives on an already affordable car like the Nissan Versa.
How long do all these deals last? The Chevy Aveo rebates won't expire until 1/03/2012 but if you want to shop those hot Nissan Versa incentives at your local Nissan dealers in WV, NY, CA, or TX, well you have less time. Nissan incentives are currently set to expire on 11/30/2011 so you have till the end of the month to take advantage. Not quite as much time as you may like with the Thanksgiving holiday, and shopping events like Black Friday to get to but with deals this good you'll surely find time. Somewhere.