12 Best Cars to Buy Now

2020 Infiniti QX50
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Low Demand, Great Deals, and High Quality: A Perfect Mix for Car Buyers

Shopping for a new car is no easy task, thanks to ever-changing factors like trim levels and prices. Maybe you’ve found the right car, but can’t decide if it’s the right time to buy. To figure that out, it’s best to look for low sales performance and manufacturer incentives designed to help jump start demand. You’re likely to find the best prices when these two stars align.

We’ve put together a list of cars and SUVs this month that earned strong ratings in our new car rankings, yet are still giving dealerships trouble when it comes to finding buyers. Keep in mind that weak demand isn’t solely determined by a car’s quality, so don’t take slow sales as a sign to automatically stay away.

To push the price down even further after applying finance or lease deals, make sure to leverage sales trends to try and squeeze even more savings out of your haggling with the dealer. Our U.S. News Best Price Program, which identifies the lowest prices on new vehicles in your area, can give you an added leg up during negotiations. 

Scores that we use to rank cars and SUVs are constantly being updated with the latest data, so be sure to check our reviews and rankings pages for the most up-to-date information. Additionally, it’s worth checking with your local dealership about what deals are available, since incentives can be tied to location and other factors like your credit score.

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