8 Best Cars to Buy Now

2019 Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class
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Low Demand, Great Deals, High Quality: A Perfect Mix for Car Buyers

The right time to buy a car can be hard to lock down, but a few factors can help you pinpoint when it’s time to act. The best manufacturer incentives often appear when a vehicle is in a sales slump. If you’ve had your eye on a new car, a sales decline is often the moment to make your move.

To help you find a good starting point, we’ve picked out a diverse set of well-ranked cars and SUVs that have not been selling well lately. A downturn doesn’t necessarily indicate flaws with the car. Each of the slow-selling vehicles highlighted here carries good scores in the U.S. News new car rankings thanks to a wide variety of great qualities. If you’re on the hunt for a new car, this list is solid place to begin your search.

In addition to financing incentives and lease deals, slow demand can also put you in a stronger position to negotiate a price below sticker at the dealership. The U.S. News Best Price Program can be an excellent tool for negotiation, giving you prenegotiated pricing on most new vehicles.

Vehicle scores are constantly updated on our rankings pages based on the latest expert reviews and data, so the scores seen here may vary slightly from the ones in our rankings and reviews. The same can be said about region-based deals, so it’s always a good idea to check with your local dealerships to see what’s available in your area.

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