Looking for the best new car deals and incentives June 2011 doesn’t have to be an exercise in frustration. Sure, there are fewer incentives out there for a number of reasons. If you’re looking for a small, fuel-efficient car, you can expect to find few, if any, incentives and deals this month. Higher gas prices coupled with supply disruptions affecting Japanese automakers have resulted in consumer demand outstripping the supply in some cases. On the other hand, there are still some deals to be found.
Here are just a few of the best new car deals and incentives, June 2011. One source we’ve consulted is U.S. News and World Report Best Car Deals: June 2011.
In general, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet and GMC are offering low-interest financing or cash back (on some models) through July 5. Ford and Lincoln have cash back on some models and low (zero to 2.5 percent) financing on some models in some regions – both through July 5. Toyota is offering zero percent financing for up to 60 months on Camry and Tundra models and low-interest financing on many other models through June 30. Mazda is also offering zero percent financing on many models through June 30. Chrysler and Jeep is offering zero percent financing on many models for up to 60 months (expires July 5). Also expiring July 5 is 1.9 percent financing on many models from Hyundai and Kia and some models from Honda.
Here are some highlighted deals:
- 2011 – When was the last time you’ve seen Chevrolet offer a deal on Corvette, the incomparable American icon sports car? If you’ve had your eye on one or always hankered to buy one, now may be your chance. Chevy is offering 1.9 percent APR financing for up to 60 months on the 2011 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe. The deal doesn’t apply to Z06, Grand Sport or ZR1 models, but the targa-top coupe can give you the experience of open-air driving without buying a convertible. Starting price for the 2011 Corvette Coupe ranges from $49,045 to $59,045. Offer available through July 5.
- 2011 – The number seven best-selling car in the U.S. last month, the 2011 Hyundai Sonata continues on its torrid selling pace. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t good deals available. In fact, Hyundai is offering 1.9 percent financing for up to 36 months. With starting prices ranging from $19,395 to $25,495, there’s surely a Hyundai Sonata that fits your needs. But don’t wait too long. This offer expires July 5.
- 2011 Mazda Mazda3 – Put some zoom-zoom into your life with a 2011 Mazda Mazda3. While it is true that most Japanese automakers have cut their incentives, Mazda is offering zero percent financing on Mazda3 for up to 60 months. Offer is available through June 30th only, so don’t delay. MSRP starts at $15,800 to $23,810 on the 2011 Mazda Mazda3.
- 2011 Mazda Mazda2 – Rather have the Mazda2? The same zero percent financing for up to 60 months (also expiring on June 30) is available on this terrific small car. It’s a similar car to the 2011 , which is being offered by Ford this month to well-qualified buyers for 1.9 percent financing. Which do you think is a better deal?
- 2011 Ford Fiesta – Speaking of the subcompact Fiesta, Ford is offering the aforementioned 1.9 percent financing OR $500 cash back on regional offers available in the Northeast, Southeast, Northwest, West and Southwest, expiring July 5.
For other best new car deals and incentives June 2011, check out manufacturer listings on the U.S. News and World Report site. Ford, for example, has a number of purchase deals, but none this month (so far) for lease.