As winter comes to an end and the first quarter of 2016 winds down car dealers and manufacturers are looking to finish out March strong and charge into spring with solid sales and nice incentives to get buyers to finally take the last of the 2015 model year vehicles off of their hands. Sharp eyed buyers will be able to get great deals on new cars and the only downside is these models already have a year’s worth of depreciation before you even take them off the lot.
Here are six great new car deals for March:
2015 Chevrolet Volt – If you are looking for an extremely fuel efficient vehicle the Volt might be for you. Chevy is offering 0% financing plus $1,500 cash back for well qualified buyers. The Volt can go 38 miles on a single charge and then the 1.4L engine kicks in to generate additional energy and regenerative braking also provides additional power. The MPGe is just under 100, giving you a lot of bang for your buck.
2015 Dodge Dart – With a base MSRP of $16,495 and up to $3,000 cash back available the sporty and efficient Dart is a great deal. Available safety features include options typically only found on more expensive vehicles.
2016 Ford Escape – If you want a great deal on a 2016 crossover vehicle, Ford is offering 0% APR financing plus up to $2000 cash back on the stylish and compact Escape SUV. A 6 speed automatic transmission is standard and there are 3 different engines to choose from.
2015 Hyundai Sonata – All new for 2015 the Hyundai Sonata has been well reviewed and starts at around $21K so with 0% APR financing and up to $1,750 cash this car offers great value in a midsize passenger sedan.
2015 Nissan Altima – Nissan is offering up to $3,250 cash back this month on the 2015 Altima. Redesigned in 2014 the Altima is a sleek, well-appointed midsize sedan with solid performance and loads of options.
2015 Toyota Prius – Those shopping for the standard in hybrids will be excited to get up to $3,000 cash back or 0% APR for up to 3 years or 1.9% for up to 48 months on the 2015 Prius. Prices start below $25K and with City MPG up to 51 it’s clear that the Prius is a good choice for cost conscious buyers.
If any of these cars interest you or you are looking for a great deal on another vehicle let CarClearance help you compare dealer prices and research models to find the best ride for your needs so you can meet spring in a new car.New Car Deals