With some analysts expecting new car sales to hit 16.5 million, 2014 is shaping up to be a banner year for people who sell new cars. But what about buyers? If you’re shopping for a new car, will increased demand lead to increased prices, leaving you out in the cold? 

The 2015 Ford Fiesta (Ford Motor Company)

It doesn’t look that way. Even though we have less than a month to go in 2014, there are still plenty of new car deals, discounts and sales. Many automakers are still offering generous new car financing, and new car lease deals are available with low monthly payments.

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Small cars, like the 2015 Ford Fiesta, have no-interest financing, while midsize SUVs, like the Chevrolet Traverse, also have zero-percent financing. There are even luxury car deals available. The BMW 3-Series has a $1,000 discount and low-interest financing, while the Lexus RX has 0.9 percent financing. Lease shoppers can find leases with payments as low as $159 per month on the Mazda3 and $249 per month on the Honda CR-V.

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