The 4th of July Holiday weekend is already here for many of us. And while many of us are going to sit out and grill, others shooting off fireworks, there are going to be a segment of people who go new cars for sale shopping.
People running out to find the biggest incentives and rebates, and boy there are quite a few deals to be had. From Cheap cars for sale in Rochester NY, to car lots in Dallas TX decked out in red white and blue.
But which dealerships have the best deals? Which deals are ending? Many of these deals we have already covered in past Lotpro articles but lets recap before the big holiday weekend. Remember, all these deals are scheduled to end by July 5th.
The Nissan 4th of July Sales Event, the follow up to the Nissan National Tent event that ended in May, is here. With enough zero percent financing to entice you to break out the Nissan dealer locator on their own, Nissan is adding $500 holiday cash to their 0% financing deals to sweeten the pot. On top of that, large rebates on some models totaling as much as $4,000 on select vehicles are still being offered. Got your attention? Thought so. Visit the Nissan dealer locator and get going.
Meanwhile, Chevy is hoping lower fuel cost will help entice buyers to their dealerships with some of the biggest incentives and rebates on their trucks and SUVs. Many models have low 2.9% to 0% financing being offered. If that's not to your taste, rebates on Silverado and Avalanche are over $4000 on some load-outs. The new cars for sale have much smaller rebates available; many near the $2000 mark but also have your choice of financing. Similar deals can be found at other GM dealers.
Ford seems to be taking somewhat of a middle of the road approach this 4th of July. Central Ohio Ford dealerships as well as many others nationwide are offering large incentives on pickups like the Ranger and Super duty, a choice of financing or $3000 and more in rebates. Smaller than Chevy, but Ford dealerships from west California to Central Ohio are also offering larger incentives on Escape, Edge, Focus, Taurus, and Econoline Wagon at around the $2,000 tops mark in rebates.
Toyota has 0 Percent Financing is still on for many models, and while many dealers such as car lots in Dallas TX are starting to break out the rebates to go along with the Toyota 0 percent financing, for sheer dollar amount they won't be the biggest or even the largest. Still, it's a different step forward for Toyota.
Honda is following a similar line to Toyota, just without the 0% financing. Rebates and lower financing are available, but with a still rebuilding inventory Honda doesn't have the muscle to offer the cheap cars for sale in Rochester NY.
For the rest, well if you're all hot to trot for a Subaru WRX you might want to cool your jets on the Subaru dealer locator. Reduced financing and leasing specials are the best this Japanese importer is throwing out for the American holiday. Hyundai and Kia are a little better, offering some small rebates of about $1000. But I guess when you have some of the best prices to start with, there's less ways to trim the price to drive people to your dealer locations.
That's it folks, enjoy the 4th of July holiday sales events. Remember to stop by your GM, Ford, Chrysler, and Nissan dealers. Or your Toyota, Honda and Hyundai / Kia dealers if for smaller but still high value incentives.