There’s no better time than the middle of summer to break out the sports car from the garage and let her stretch her legs a bit. The feeling of exhilaration and the thrill of warm wind whipping past your head is one of the highlights of summer for many driving enthusiasts. If you’re craving this feeling of freedom and adventure, but you’re stuck in a family sedan, minivan, or SUV, you may want to check out some of the best new sports car deals and incentives for July of 2011.
Like all American manufacturers Ford has one true sports car, the Mustang. It is not only one of the best-selling sports cars in American history, it is arguably one of the most popular and sought after. As such, Ford isn’t offering much in the way of deals on the 2011 models. However, if you’d like to try out one of the new 2012 Mustangs, you could qualify for up to $1,500 cash back or 0% APR financing for up to 36 months. Should you need longer financing terms, Ford still beats the average APR by offering 0.9% for 48 months or 1.9% for 60 months. As always, Ford also offers the usual $500 military and police appreciation bonus cash back.
Dodge has expanded its sports car lineup to include two Hemi-powered monsters in the Charger and the Challenger. Unfortunately, the incentive deals don’t extend to the SRT8 model of the Charger, which is powered by the 6.1L Hemi. However, if you don’t mind the 5.7L V8 that comes in the R/T model, you may qualify for 0% APR financing for up to 36 months or $1,000 cash back. The Challenger isn’t offering the cash back offer, but is still making good on the 0% APR, and it’s available on the SRT8 version of the muscle car, which should make Hemi lovers extremely happy.
Chevy is making a big push to liquidate a lot of the 2010 models of the Corvette, which is a good thing for Vette lovers. Qualified buyers can receive up to $4,000 consumer cash or 0% APR for up to 72 months on all 2010 Corvette models. The 2011 models are also available with a low APR of 1.9% for up to 60 months, excluding the ULZ models. The one drawback to these offers is that the Vette is still the highest-priced American sports on the market.
Theis one of the top sports cars available today. Its 3.7L V6 pumps out 328 horses and can reach 60 mph in a very respectable time of 5.4 seconds. It has a starting price of $35,800 and is now available with 1.9% APR financing for up 60 months. This includes the sedan, coupe, and convertible models.
Audi is offering some financing deals on a couple of their sportier models. Currently, you could qualify for 1.9% APR for up to 36 months on the 2011. A cash back bonus of up to $2,000 is your other alternative on this speedy coupe. The offer also extends to the 2011 . For those who prefer the traditional Audi styling of the A5, you could also qualify for up to $1,500 cash back on the 2011 model of this Audi award winner. These offers are not available in all areas, so check with your local dealer first.
Another manufacturer that is offering some incentives in limited areas is another German-engineered sports car legend, Porsche. Currently, you could qualify for a 2.99% APR for up to 36 months on 2010 models of theand . The APR also extends to 2011 models of the and . For those who’d like to test out the new model years, this same financing offer is available on the 2012 models of the Porsche Boxster and Porsche Cayenne as well. Again, these offers are limited to certain areas, so check with your local dealer first.