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April 2011′s Best Deals on a New Car

April 12th, 2011

Ever since the beginning of the recession in 2007 car manufacturers have boosted sales with incentives like 0.0% financing, chunky cash back deals and $0 down lease programs.

Well, it’s April 2011 and the deals are still around.

Here are some to look out for:

Subcompact Category

Ford is making waves with its new 2011 Ford Fiesta is also a solid deal this month. Here is another subcompact car with great fuel economy ratings — 37 mpg on the highway and 28 mpg in the city. The MSRP is $13,320-$17,120 and the invoice price runs from $12,886 to $16,458. You can find Ford dealerships that are offering $500 cash back, 1.9% for 36 months or 2.9% for 48 months.

Chevrolet is pushing its 2011 Aveo. It is said that the car has one of the lowest base prices in the subcompact market. MSRP is $11,965-$15,365. Invoice price is said to be $11,486-$14,750.  Chevrolet is offering $1,500 cash back on the car, which will effectively bring the price down as low as $10,000. You can also make a deal to buy the car with an APR of 3.9% for 60 months.  Not a bad deal for a car that offers 35 mpg in the city and 27 mpg in the city.

Mazda is offering its Mazda2 for 0% APR for 60 months and no payment for the first 90 days.  The normal MSRP for the Mazda2 is $14,180-$15,635. Invoice pricing is $13,996-$15,427. For those of you who look hard enough it might be possible to find a 2011 Mazda2 for as low as $13,396. The car is attractive to buyers due to its good fuel economy ratings: 35 mpg on the highway and 29 mpg in the city. Incentives like this should give it an added boost.

Nissan has some subcompacts too. The company is offering a deal for its Versa Hatchback. MSRP for a 2011 Nissan Versa Hatchback is $13,910-$16,940 and invoice price is $13,423-$16,337.  The incentive to get you to buy the car is $1,500 cash back or a 0% APR for 60 months. Some say that you can buy one for as low as $9,990. A very good buy especially when you consider that its fuel economy is 34 mpg on the highway and 26 mpg in the city.

Compact Category

Suzuki is offering up its 2011 SX4 sedan, which carries an MSRP of $13,499-$18,999 and an invoice price of $12,959-$18,239. Suzuki is offering $1,250 cash back or 0 percent APR for 48 months.  Moreover, it is said that you could find one for as low as $14,894.  The SX4’s fuel economy rating is 30 mpg on the highway and 22 mpg in the city.

Hyundai has been pushing its 2011 Elantra. MSRP on the car is set at $14,830-$19,980 and invoice price is $14,426-$19,145. The fuel economy rating for the car is a sensational 40 mpg on the highway and 29 mpg in the city. That should be enough to attract buyers. However, in the world of cut throat competition Hyundai feels compelled that it must offer an incentive of 1.9% APR for 36 months or 2.9 percent APR for 48 months.

Chevrolet‘s sporty 2011 Cruze is selling solidly and for good reason: the Cruze has styling, handling and power for a compact. MSRP is $16,275-$21,975 and the invoice price is $15,624-$21,096.  Chevrolet is pushing hard offering 2.9% APR for up to 60 months.

Volkswagen’s 2011 Jetta has been a pretty good seller ever since the German auto maker started offering it. Moreover, the 2011 Jetta has been totally redesigned and its fuel economy rating is good at 34 mpg on the highway and 24 mpg in the city. MSRP is $14,995-$24,995 and the invoice price is $14,395-$23,995. VW is offering 0.9% financing for 60 months.

Midsize Category

Nissan is making a push to sell more units, and is moving more and more of its popular midsize sedan, the 2011 Altima. Fuel economy is a respectable 32 mpg on the highway and 23 mpg in the city. MSRP is $19,910-$30,120 and invoice price is $19,088-$27,906. Nissan is offering it with a $1,250 cash back or 0% financing for up to 60 months.

Chrysler is offering the 2011 Chrysler 200 in the midsize category. The MSRP is $19,245-$31,240 and the invoice price is $18,985-$29,935. Fuel economy rating is an okay 30 mpg on the highway and 21 mpg in the city. The company is offering it with a $750 cash back or low rate financing starting at 0 percent for 36 months to 1.9 percent for 48 months.

Chevrolet has the 2011 Malibu in this class and it has always sold fairly well.  The car has a fuel economy rating of 33 mpg on the highway and 22 mpg in the city. Its MSRP is $21,975-$27,015 and invoice price is $20,876-$25,664.  In order to sell more Chevy is offering $2,500 cash back or 0 percent financing for up to 60 months.

Honda is pushing its tried & true 2011 Honda Accord Coupe EX. Fuel economy on this vehicle is 32 mpg on the highway and 23 mpg in the city. MSRP is $22,780-$29,730 and invoice price is $20,660-$26,940. The Japanese automaker is offering its popular $0 Lease Deal which consists of $0 due at lease signing, $0 security deposit, $0 down payment and $0 for the first month’s payment. You’ll basically pay $280 per month (plus tax) for 35 months.

B-Segment Category

Chevrolet is offering the retro 2011 HHR. Its reminiscent of the 1940s Chevrolets and has a fuel economy of 32 mpg on the highway and 22 mpg in the city. MSRP is $18,720-$19,720 and invoice price is $17,971-$18,931. Chevy is offering $3,500 cash back or 0 percent financing for up to 60 months.

Kia has made great gains in the U.S. market and one reason why is the 2011 Soul. Fuel economy is 31 mpg on the highway and 26 mpg in the city. MSRP is $13,300-$18,495 and invoice price is $13,040-$17,560. Kia is offering an incentive for the 2011 Soul of 0.9 percent for 36 months or 1.9 percent for 60 months.

Nissan is offering up its 2011 Cube.  The square-ish look isn’t for everyone, but many people actually love it. Fuel economy is a respectable 30 mpg on the highway and 25 mpg in the city.  MSRP is$14,310-$21,210 and the invoice price is $13,807-$20,299. Nissan is offering  it for 0% financing for 36 months or 1.9% financing for 60 months.

MINI‘s iconic 2011 Cooper personifies timeless styling and—efficiency.  Fuel economy is a remarkable 37 mpg on the highway and 29 mpg in the city. MSRP is $19,400-$24,850 and invoice price is $17,542-$22,447. The 2011 MINI can be had for 0.9 percent financing for 60 months.

Truck Category

Nissan has the 2011 Titan that includes a king-cab body style. Although fuel  economy is not usually good for trucks, the mpg for the Titan is 17 on the highway and 12 in the city. MSRP is $26,820-$39,620 and the invoice price is $24,293-$35,863. Nissan is offering $4,500 cash back or 0%  financing for 60 months.

Toyota’s 2011 Tundra has done fairly well in the U.S. market. Fuel economy on the 2011 Tundra is 20 mpg on the highway and 16 mpg in the city. MSRP is $23,935-$42,455 and invoice price is $22,018-$38,846. Toyota is offering $2,250 to $6,000 cash back.

Ford’s 2011 F-150 is one of, if not the, best-selling trucks and it has been for a good long time.  Fuel economy for the F-150 is 23 mpg highway and 17 mpg in the city. MSRP is $22,415-$51,140 and invoice price is $21,085-$46,059. Ford is offering $2,500 to $4,000 cash back or low rate financing starting at 2.9% for 36 months plus extra cash back.

Chevrolet is doing quite well with its Silverado. The 2011 Silverado has a fuel economy rating of 19 mpg on the highway and 14 mpg in the city. MSRP is $20,850-$41,775 and invoice price is $20,016-$38,851. Chevy is offering it with $2,000 cash back or 0% financing for up to 72 months.

 

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