While we strive to make it as easy as possible to find the best current new car deals and financing offers, the sheer volume of auto manufacturers, vehicle models, and constantly updating deals can still make it difficult to isolate which deals look the best at any given time. So to make things a little more comprehensive, here is all the 0 percent financing on new cars being offered this March on 2012 models.
Best Financing Deals on Cars under $10,000
The list of new cars under 10 000 is not a long one. In fact if you open the list of cars under 10000 to include 2011 model new cars, the list would only grow by one to include the 2011 Nissan Versa. Given the '12 model has identical offers as its '11 year cousin, sticking with the new version is the better deal.
A very limited selection of new cars under 12000 financing offers as well. Only one model with 0 percent financing in the Smart fortwo, one model with 1.9% financing in the Accent, and for the Ford Fiesta to be under $12000 you need to take the cash rebate making the 1.9% option largely academic in this price range. Still, automakers are notoriously thrifty in this price range so a skimming on specials is not new.
2012 Smart fortwo - $12,490 - 0% Financing
2012 Hyundai Accent - $12,545 - 1.9% Financing
2012 Ford Fiesta - $13,200 - $500 Cash rebate OR 1.9% Financing
Best Financing Deals on Cars Under $15,000
Chrysler seems to the leader when it comes to new cars under 15000 this month, with both the Fiat 500 and Jeep Patriot having some attractive deals for those looking for the lowest financing amount. Surprisingly their joined by Mitsubishi which has its widely popular Lancer also set at zero percent financing though with no competing rebates.
2012 Fiat 500 - $15,500 - $500 Cash rebate OR 0% Financing
The list of new cars under 20 000 could actually be significantly longer if you included new cars that have rebates large enough to drop them under $20000, however given that most rebates and incentive deals offer an either/or model having them on the list really defeats the purpose. And of course just like cars under $15000 the list is dominated mostly by Chrysler cars with a Mitsubishi and a Nissan thrown in for flavor.