12 Best Cars to Buy Now

2020 Acura RDX
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Low Demand, Great Deals, High Quality: a Perfect Mix for Car Buyers

People need cars, no matter the economic landscape. Financial hardship brought on by the COVID-19 crisis can make car shopping that much more challenging, and it’s essential to find the best deal when buying a new car becomes necessary. Thankfully, many manufacturers are responding to dropping demand with deals that can help you spend less.

Demand across most of the auto industry is washing away due to the coronavirus, and many excellent vehicles have been swept up by the trend. We’ve put together a list of great cars from our U.S. News car rankings, all of which have lost sales this year and being offered with good deals to make up for it.

Be sure to leverage weak demand when negotiating with a salesperson, on top of the savings you can get with finance and lease incentives. Before even heading out, a good place to start is the U.S. News Best Price Program, which will help you find the dealership in your area with the lowest prenegotiated price on the vehicle you’re looking for.

We are constantly updating our scores with the latest data and expert opinions, so the scores and rankings that you see here may vary slightly from our reviews and rankings pages. Also be sure to check with your local dealership for details regarding incentives, since the availability of deals can vary based on region.

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