Each Saturday we review our server logs to determine people's most popular car search terms. With 2012 winding down and shiny new 2013 models starting to roll in dealers are starting to clean house. Customers are eager to help but for what do they hunger for the most? Lets look:
0 financing on new cars
Toyota financing deals
Ford 0 percent financing
Lexus financing deals
Honda 0 financing
Jeep 0 financing
Nissan financing deals
0 Financing on New Cars - The Winner
While individually people are all over rebate deals and other discounts, 0% Financing on new cars remains a buzzword that many deal hungry shoppers are still heavily kicking around.
Toyota Financing Deals - Runner Up
Knocking Ford down a peg for the first time in a while, Toyota has started to come back to form as shoppers start checking out what the latest Toyota financing deals are. This month financing is a major cornerstone of those deals again, but cash rebates are very noticeable by Toyota standards.
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Of course Toyota and Lexus financing deals aren't the only popular automaker this month. Honda Incentives are also quite popular if a bit flat with a general lack of rebates even being offered. Dodge incentives however are nearly as popular but much more attractive. With as much as $3000 in rebates available on the Dodge Avenger or $2000 off the Grand Caravan or Charger. Still the best this month is Ford incentives, who has kept the pressure up with several models with over $3000 in rebates including the Ford Edge, Flex, and Escape.
Cleaning Out the 2012 Models
As we get ready to welcome in the 2013 models, many 2012 models are getting the incentive treatment to make room. Ford 0 percent financing is being rolled out on many models to help move them along as Jeep 0% financing on the Liberty, Patriot, and Jeep Compass models. Even Nissan financing deals are in full swing with low financing and cash rebates being offered on multiple models. Sadly for as much as people hunt out Honda 0 financing, most of those deals are local only, as nationally the automaker is rolling out instead with 0.9% financing deals. Now customers have to start considering, wait for better deals rolling down the pipe at the risk of less inventory to chose? Or save more and take what you can get.