Some may say that all the good deals have dried up, but that’s not the case if you check out these best new car deals and incentives, July 2011.
Our source for this information is U.S. News and World Report’s Best Car Deals: July 2011.
- 2011 Edmunds reflects, “The 2011 Nissan Altima is a solid pick for a midsize sedan or coupe, particularly if you’re looking for something with some sporting flair.” – Reviewers call the 2011 Nissan Altima a solid choice for small families, although it’s outpaced by some of the competition. Still, the automaker’s July incentive (available to August 1) of zero percent financing for 60 months OR $1,250 cash back may be enough to seal the deal. Starting price for the midsize Altima sedan is $20,270 to $30,540. EPA-estimated fuel economy is 23 mpg city/31 mpg highway.
- 2011 Kelley Blue Book remarks, the 2011 Ford Fusion appeals to buyers who “need the practicality of a well-appointed, well-engineered and crisp-handling family-sized four-door.” – For an affordable, midsize car, buyers can get a lot with the 2011 Ford Fusion – especially with the automaker’s July through October 3 deal (which may not be available in all regions) offering zero percent financing for 60 months OR $1,000 cash back. Starting base prices range from $19,850 to $29,000 and EPA-estimated fuel economy is 22 mpg city/32 mpg highway. As
- 2011 Car and Driver notes, “The Accord and the Mazda6 drive better, but the Camry remains spacious and comfortable.” – The best-selling car in America for eight consecutive years, the 2011 Toyota Camry may be just the right vehicle for some this July. Toyota is offering the 2011 Camry with zero percent financing for 60 months plus $500 bonus cash OR $1,000 cash back. Note that this deal may not be available in all regions and it expires August 1. Base Camry starting prices range from $20,195 to $29,845.
- 2011 Buick Regal – Buick is offering zero percent financing for up to 60 months OR $1,000 cash back on the 2011 Regal luxury midsize sedan. This deal expires on September 6. The sport Regal offers buyers an alternative to higher-priced luxury models – and offers well-balanced performance and an inviting interior. Starting prices range from $26,360 to $28,860. Automobile Magazine comments, “What it is, it turns out, is a very well tuned, near-luxury sport sedan that, in terms of sheer driving pleasure, surpasses anything else in its class made in Detroit these days, not to mention imports like the and the Lexus ES350.”
- 2011 Mazda2 – Good through August 1, Mazda is offering zero percent financing for up to 60 months on the 2011 Mazda2 subcompact car. It’s got a lot of the Mazda zoom-zoom personality, is cute and fun-to-drive. But, as Edmunds says, “it’s a fine small car, not bad, but not great. Its interior is decent. Its acceleration and handling are on pace for the segment and it’s big enough to get the job done.” With an affordable starting price of $14,180 to $16,435 and EPA-estimated 29 mpg city/35 mpg highway, the 2011 Mazda2 may be just the ticket for a city runabout.
See what best new car deals and incentives-July 2011 work best for you. Time is of the essence.