Most Popular Incentives and Rebates Searched - November 2011
Each Monday we review our server logs to determine the most popular terms typed in on our car search engine. This week's results have BMW incentives finally overtaking the top spot, as well as a lot of new attention for Toyota rebates. The top ten used cars searches were:
BMW deals and incentives
Dodge incentives and rebates
Toyota November incentives
Honda incentives November 2011
Ford incentives November 2011
BMW Deals and Incentives - The Winner
BMW incentives finally take over the number one spot in our list, which isn't much surprise with BMW stepping up the financing deals and offering $1,500 in rebates on select models. BWM deals and incentives also include financing of 0.9% is widely available on many models as well.
Dodge Incentives and Rebates - Runner Up
A big step up over last month for people searching Dodge incentives and rebates as well this month. But with very limited rebates this month, most of these people must be more interested in all the Dodge 0 percent financing that's available this month instead.
Toyota & Nissan & Honda
Lots of interest for Toyota November incentives this month as Toyota takes the number three slot in this months list. While the rebates are modest, they are spread over a wide range of rarely discounted models. All also carrying Toyota zero percent financing as well. Big rebates and zero percent financing also has kept many people searching Nissan incentives this month. Especially rare to see any financing on any cars under $10000 like the Nissan Versa which has kept interest up.
It looks like returning inventory levels has kept alive interest in Honda incentives November 2011 as well. A lack of rebate offers hasn't damped interest to much as people seem to still be very interest in Honda's low 0.9% financing offers. None of the Lexus incentives are quite as attractive as you might find on their cheaper Toyota cousins, but with limited 0.9% financing and modest rebates on select models there still seems to be plenty of interest for those looking to save on luxury.
Limited amounts of Jeep Incentives this month, but what has been offered has been very solid. Sizeable rebates on the Patriot and Compass, as well as Jeep 0% financing on both models as well as the wildly popular Jeep Grand Cherokee. Hyundai incentives is a bit of a mixed bag this month, which might explain why its fallen a bit in our top 10 list. Still some good deals on many Hyundai models has kept interest alive. GMC incentives didn't even make our top ten list last month, but huge rebates and GMC 0 percent financing on trucks and SUVs has really propelled them this month.
Similar to the GMC rebates, there are plenty of large Chevy rebates being offered this month as well as zero percent financing on a whole host of cars and trucks. With some of the largest rebates offered by any automaker this month, you would think Ford incentives November 2011 would be more popular. Especially with 0% financing thrown in.