New Car Rebate Blogs

If you’re like most Americans, we are budget conscious. An extra $50 or $100 per month makes a difference in our budgets, so saving as much as possible when we are purchasing a new car is very important. We have compiled a short list of 5 vehicles that get great gas mileage and also leave some extra change in your pocket after you buy.

5. 2014 Chevy Sonic – Chevy’s Sonic is a great choice for the budget conscious. It offers 26/35 MPG city/highway and also retails for just under $15000.

4. 2014 Nissan Versa Note – Nissan’s compact car is another stellar choice for penny pinchers at 14,995. The note only has 109 horsepower, but offers 27/36 MPG city/highway, so it will definitely save you money at the pump.

3. 2014 Ford Fiesta – Ford’s Fiesta is always a crowd favorite and for good reason. The Fiesta offers 28/37 MPG city/highway and is equipped with plenty of interior features for only around 14,925.

2. 2014 Fiat 500 – Want something you won’t see every day on the road, but won’t break the bank? The Fiat 500 is your answer. The Fiat 500 provides an amazing 31/40 MPG city/highway, so it will save money at the pump as well for around 16,995.

1. 2014 Dodge Dart – The Dart rounds out the top 5 because of its great design and interior style. It also retails at $17,490, but rebates are available. 25/36 city highway will keep you on the road and not at the gas station. Find the best deals on these vehicles and more at today!

California, the land of milk and honey, has quickly become the land of electric vehicles. California sells more EVs than the rest of the country combined, even though the trend is growing in other states with aggressive rebate programs to incentivize new EV buyers. The California Air Resource Board has recently released its EV Driver Dashboard survey on their website for other state and federal legislators to view.

The survey asked EV buyers questions about the reasons they choose an EV over a gas powered vehicle. They also asked demographic questions along with their level of awareness of the current state and federal rebates for EV vehicles. The results were surprising. Most of the people replied that federal and state incentives were the most important factor in their EV purchases. About 37% of the respondents also cited fuel savings as a major contributor in their decision.

Lastly, about 21% of people purchased an EV for the environmental impact of no emissions, versus gas powered vehicles. For more information on EV prices near you, get a new EV car quote from today!