The 2013 model year is coming to a close, so if you’re planning to buy a new vehicle this November, you have even more car deals than usual to choose from. If you want to finance your new vehicle, the best car deals this November are on 2013 models. If the 2014 model-year vehicle you’re considering is similar to the 2013, it’s best for you to check out purchase deals for both models. You’re likely to find low interest rate financing on the 2014, but could get zero percent financing on the similar 2013 model. Some of the best car deals combine zero percent financing and cash back, so be sure to shop around to find the deal that will save you the most money.
If you’re leasing a new vehicle this November, the 2014 lease deals tend to be better than the lease offers on the similar 2013s. This is especially true if the 2014 model is brand new or redesigned. New 2014 vehicles tend to have higher residual values than outgoing 2013s, which usually equates to better lease offers, as these 2014 vehicles will be worth more when the lease is up than their 2013 counterparts. Although October auto sales were strong, analysts say that shoppers can expect pretty good deals through the end of the year as automakers compete for market share.
New or redesigned 2014 vehicles have some pretty good lease deals this November. The 2014 Chevrolet Impala is available for $269 a month for three years with $2,769 due at signing. Mercedes’ new compact car, the 2014 CLA-Class, can be leased for $329 a month for three years with $3,623 due at signing. The redesigned 2014 Cadillac CTS has a three-year lease offer this November of $479 a month with $4,229 down. Infiniti’s 2014 Q50 can be leased for $369 a month for 39 months with $3,999 due at signing for the rear-wheel drive model, or the same monthly payment and term with $4,399 due at signing for the all-wheel drive model. The new 2014 Jeep Cherokee is available for $259 a month for 39 months with $2,999 due at signing.
2013 model-year vehicles have the best car deals this November, with some even including cash back on top of the interest-free financing. The 2013 Mazda2 has zero percent financing for five years plus $1,000 cash. It’s also available with $2,000 cash if you’d rather use your own financing. Hyundai’s 2013 Elantra sedan has a zero percent deal for five years, or 0.9 percent for six years. Midsize car shoppers should check out the deal on the 2013 Malibu, which is available with zero percent financing for five years or $2,500 consumer cash. Chevy’s 2013 Volt plug-in hybrid has a whopping $7,000 cash back this month. If you’re shopping for a large car, the 2013 Dodge Charger can be purchased for six years interest-free. The 2013 Nissan Murano crossover also has a six-year, zero-percent financing deal this month, and buyers will get $500 cash on top of that. Up to $2,500 cash back or $1,000 bonus cash are also available on the Murano if buyers finance outside of Nissan.
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