Are you in the market to buy and looking for the best new SUV deals and incentives, July 2011? There are several excellent make and model choices available, depending on your wants and needs.
Our source for this information is U.S. News and World Report’s Best Car Deals: July 2011.
- 2011 Kelley Blue Book comments, “If you’re looking for a big family vehicle with excellent safety ratings, the ability to tow 5,400 pounds and reasonably good fuel economy for its size, the 2011 Chevrolet Traverse may be the best game in town.” – Chevy’s offering zero percent financing for 60 months OR $2,000 cash back on the 2011 Chevrolet Traverse midsize family crossover, goo until September 6. With seating for eight, the Traverse is comfortable, drives well for its size, has copious cargo space, and offers strong performance and fuel economy (EPA rated at 17 mpg city/24 mpg highway). With prices starting at $29,370 up to $40,250, the Traverse may just be the family vehicle that’s right for you – especially with Chevy’s attractive deal.
- 2011 Consumer Guide gives the Tucson a Recommend, saying, “Its blend of maneuverability, comfortable interior accommodations, and level of standard features make it a competitive player in this segment.” – Hyundai’s compact 2011 Tucson crossover SUV, redesigned last year, is priced affordably and still holds its ground vis-à-vis the competition because it looks good, drives well, gets and EPA-rated 22 mpg city/30 mpg highway fuel economy, and has available all-wheel drive. Starting manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) ranges from $18,895 to $26,345. For July – although the deal may not be available in all regions – Hyundai is offering 1.9 percent financing for 36 months on the 2011 Tucson. The deal is good through August 1.
- 2011 Edmunds remarks, “The 2011 Volkswagen Tiguan offers a different flavor in a vanilla class by trading some practicality for a top-notch cabin and European driving manners.” – Also available through August 1 is a zero percent financing for 60 month on the 2011 Volkswagen Tiguan compact crossover. Although the Tiguan is considered a bit pricey versus competitors, you get what you pay for – namely, the German automaker’s high quality and reputation. Starting price ranges from $23,720 to $37,390. EPA-estimated city/highway fuel economy is 19/26 mpg.
- 2011 Car and Driver notes, “If the handsome and cohesive design is any indicator, this could be GMC’s best small SUV ever.” – Another great deal that’s available through September 6 is the zero percent financing for 36 months on the 2011 GMC Terrain compact crossover SUV. Note that this deal may not be available in all regions. Sibling to the Chevy Equinox, the GMC Terrain has EPA-rated 22 mpg city/32 mpg highway, standard rearview camera, is especially quiet and boasts a high-quality interior. In short, the Terrain is a top choice for a compact crossover SUV. Starting prices range from $24,500 to $31,650. As
Check out these best new SUV deals and incentives July 2011 – but don’t wait too long to do so.