If you are looking to buy a brand new automobile, and you’re on a limited budget, every special offer is worth considering, as many manufacturers have some special deals waiting for you. The search for that perfect deal can be long and exhausting, so we are here to help by shortlisting 15 best new car deals for 2017. Many of them expire soon, so you’ll have to act fast!
Korean manufacturer has decided to offer up to $4.750 of potential savings off their Elantra sedan. Limited models are offered at $3,000 off, whereas ECO, Value Edition and SE have a $2,500 discount. If you are looking to buy an Elantra Sport, you will get a $2,000 discount. On top of that, there’s also $750 for financing at non-promotional rates, and if you already drive a Hyundai, there’s a $500 loyalty bonus, without the need to trade-in your current car. The base Elantra has an $18,985 MSRP price tag.
Toyota’s also has some deals ready for prospective buyers interested in their bestseller sedan. Since 2018 Camry is on its way, Toyota will be clearing the stock of their last-year models. With that in mind, the 2017 Camry is offered with a 0% financing deal over six years, with a $500 cash bonus. The 2017 Camry’s MSRP starts at $23,070.
Similar to Toyota, Chevrolet offers a special deal for the 2017 Impala. It’s a 5-year 0% financing deal, and it comes with a $750 cashback. The 2017 Impala starts at $27,500, and for that money, it offers enough comfort and space. If you, however, want more power and a longer list of equipment, the V6 version starts at $36,720.
Buick’s full size sedan also has a 0% financing deal for five years, but with the addition of quite a cashback, up to $2,500 to be precise, provided that you finance through GM Financial. The sleek 2017 LaCrosse starts at $32,065, and is powered by a 3.6l V6. The AWD version comes only in the Premium equipment package, and in that version, the car’s MSRP is $44,190.
Dodge offers its full size sedan as a part of several deals, first of them being 20% off MSRP for selected vehicles, an offer that doesn’t combine with the other ones. The other options are $1,250 cashback that includes all models, even the upscale Daytona, or 0% for five years plus $750 cashback. The base V6 Charger SE starts at $27,995, and some good news come for those who want to lease more powerful models. There, Dodge is offering the SRT from $509/month, while the Hellcat is starting from $609 a month.
Last year’s Cadillac CTS still looks amazing, and is hailed by both the consumers and the motoring press. For the CTS, Cadillac offers $4.500 cashback on all its versions except for the sporty CTS-V. This luxurious sedan was starting at $45,560, so if you manage to find an example in your local showroom, don’t hesitate much because it’s a fantastic luxurious cruiser that really offers a lot to both the driver and its occupants.
If the Elantra wasn’t enough for you, maybe you should try tracking down a deal on the Hyundai Sonata. The entry level SE version has a $3,350 discount, whereas ECO and Sport could be bought for $4,000 less. Limited and 2.0T versions have a whopping $6,000 discount too. On top of that, another $750 can be saved by choosing financing at non-promotional rates, which brings the potential sum of savings to $6,750. The base Sonata starts from $22,785, while the Limited starts from $27,985. Top of the line Sonata Limited 2.0T starts from $34,350, so the potential savings are quite substantial.
Subaru’s capable offroading wagon has an offer granting 0% financing for a limited time. The 2017 Outback is among the most reliable cars on the market, and it’s also one of the least costly to maintain, plus it has the best offroad capabilities in its class, and has the largest cargo space. The Outback is both a reasonable purchase and a car for adventures, so if you need an automobile that’s the mix of two, go for it while the offer lasts.
Since the new CX-5 is on its way, the facelifted 2016.5 Mazda CX-5 gets a $2,000 cashback discount. The car has been hailed by the motoring press as one of the best handling cars in the class, which may lack acceleration, but makes it all up when it comes to cornering and braking. CX-5 is definitely one of the most beautiful offerings on the market, and it’s very budget-wise since it starts at $21,795.
Jeep’s classic Cherokee compact SUV is one of the most versatile cars in the class, as possesses great offroading capabilities, while also being able to serve as a pavement-bound commuter. Jeep offers the 2017 Cherokee with up to $5,500 cashback, which is a decent offer for the car that starts at $34,895.
The pickup that built America has some special offers too, and it’s a cashback for up to $5,150. If one finances through Ford credit, an extra $750 discount will be added. The F-150 has so much specs that it can really be anything, from a utilitarian workhorse, to a luxurious and safe cruiser for the whole family. Depending on what you choose, you can buy the F-150 for as low as $26,730, but it’s worth noting that the prices go all the way up to $60,000 and above for the top of the line Limited model.
If you’re not a Ford person, the next good deal comes from GMC, which offers the 2017 Sierra with cashback ranging from $500 to $3,500 for a very exact spec – crew cab with the Texas SLT Premium Package. The Sierra is priced close to the F-150 and starts at $28,405, but its top versions can easily cost more than $60,000, just like its competitor from Ford.
The only minivan on our list, the Chrysler Pacifica is offered with a range of discounts which can result in $4,000 cashback if everything fits right. If you’re financing through Chrysler Capital, that bring the price down for more than $3,000, and a $1,000 bonus is added if you are switching from the competitors to Chrysler. Chrysler’s goal to take over the market share won’t last forever, so if you are looking for a new family hauler, the Pacifica is one of the best deals right now.
USA’s top selling sports car comes with a $1,000 cashback, and financing through non-promotional offers will get you $500 off too. The other option for the Mustang is 0% financing for three years, with a $500 bonus. The 2017 Mustang starts from $25,185 for the base V6, the Ecoboost starts at $26,195, while the cheapest V8 is the GT Fastback that starts at $33,195.
One of the most intriguing offers comes from Chevrolet, and it’s regarding their Corvette sports car. The 2017 Corvette Z06 and Grand Sport models with ceramic brakes are offered with a $5,000 cashback. However, it is worth noting that the Grand Sport starts at $65,450, while the Z06 will cost you $79,450 or more. In any way, this peculiar offering is at your disposal even though an average Corvette buyer is not a discount hunter.