Archive for October, 2011

Our number one manufacturer on the list is without a doubt: Mazda. Only for the next following weeks Mazda if offering factory and dealer rebates, loyalty rebates and even a graduate rebate. Plus, there are words that yet another dealer discount of a $1000 can be negotiated. Bottom-line you could save about $5,500 in rebates.

If you are more the Toyota type, the Scion, which has been ranking really high in Consumer Reports lately is offering a $500 dealer discount that can be combined with a $500 graduate rebate. Also, if you are financing there is a 0.90% financing for 36 months.

Moving on, Volvo is our next pick. All rebates together will easily save you about $3,000. There is also a 3.5 car financing option.

If you are thinking of going hybrid, then Ford Fusion would be the best option for you. All combined, that are over $6,000 in car dealer and factory rebates. Which is absolutely great, specially because this car is listed under $20.000 at the moment.

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Contradictory to what most people predicted, experts in the automotive industry expect luxury car sales to continue to grow in the following year.

Ludwig Willisch, head of North American BMW, the launch of three new 3-series models (which would be the sixth generation) as well as new line ups from competitors should give a big boost to car sales next year, as the economy recovers. He quotes: “New products from all the competitors…will drive the market.”

The new redesigned 3-series comes with a new function that will turn off the engine itself to save fuel when you stop, will be lighter and bigger and features an eight speed automatic transmission.

The one downfall that we can find to these new models is that there are not and probably will not be any car rebates available. The models will be priced around $35.000 and $45.000.

Currently, the only luxury car showing a cash back rebate of $500 is the 2012 Lincoln MKS.