February Deals on the U.S. News Best Cars for the Money

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Save Even More With a Deal on U.S. News' Best Cars for the Money Award Winners

Each year, U.S. News & World Report presents its Best Cars for the Money awards to vehicles that share two common traits: value and quality. These vehicles are a great buy because of their high overall score on our site, their reasonable prices, and their low cost of ownership.

Now, the Best Cars for the Money award winners are even more appealing, because we've rounded up a list of the best manufacturer incentives available on them.

Many of our winners are available with special lease incentives, cash back offers, and financing deals. For example, you can get as much as $6,000 cash back and no-interest financing on the 2017 Ford Expedition right now. You’ll pay just $189 per month and $2,299 down on a lease deal for our Best Subcompact SUV for the Money, the 2017 Honda HR-V.

“All of the Best Car for the Money award winners are good long-term values, and being able to save some cash up front makes them even easier on your budget,” says Jamie Page Deaton, managing editor of U.S. News & World Report Best Cars.

Some deals are regional and may not be available where you live or where you buy. As part of your car-buying research, you’ll want to check with your preferred dealer or online sales representative to ensure that you can take advantage of the best deal.

If there aren’t any good deals available on the model you're interested in, we suggest that you try our Best Price Program to get a great price on a vehicle that will be a great value for years to come.

Check out the great deals on the following slides.

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