Cash back new car rebates, auto incentives, even zero percent financing on cars and trucks are frequently offered by automobile manufacturers as a means to lure us to their showrooms.
And let's face facts, it works. None of us want to pay full sticker price, but how do you know if you are getting the most for your automobile incentives and rebates? The best new car incentives for September 2020 maybe completely different the next month.
Lotpro.com works hard to keep all automobile incentives, new car rebates, financing and lease special offers up-to-date. Due to frequent changes of regional offers and dealer specials, we strongly recommend submitting a request for local vehicle incentives to the new car price quote to get the best and most accurate specials currently being offered.
Regional promotions apply only to specific areas of the country. These may be offered by your local dealer depending on their inventory and demand of certain vehicles. National and regional auto incentives cannot be combined.
Special deals and offers are provided by the manufacturer to dealers to help energize sales or relieve inventory pressure on certain models. These vary widely from manufacturer to manufacturer and model to model. The most common dealer incentives are cash credits upon sale of specific vehicles, cash bonuses based on target sales volumes, or earned incentives when purchasing vehicles from the manufacturer.
Currently, Federal tax rebates for electric vehicles 2016 are not calculated in Lotpro.com possible rebates. This applies also to the hybrid tax credit and any tax incentives for diesel vehicles as well. We recommend that buyers interested in hybrid, plug-in hybrid, diesel, or electric vehicle tax credit visit the government tax incentive information center for more information on hybrid tax incentives 2016 instead.
¹ The price shown is based on the lowest priced trim level using the manufacturer's retail price, excluding taxes, titles and registration fees.
² Total rebates and incentives available are estimated and may vary based on vehicle, trim level, and or region; see dealer for details. Pricing indicated may be less than MSRP, it is based on the lowest MSRP minus the estimated available incentives offered by the manufacturer; see dealer for details.