Which States Have the Best New Car Deals?

Where You Buy Can Save You Thousands
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Where You Buy Can Save You Thousands

When you’re pricing a new car, where you buy can have as much of an impact as what you buy. Prices paid for new cars can vary by thousands of dollars from state to state, so it might pay to check out a dealer across the state line.

Some pricing is based on your place of residence, but in many cases you don’t even have to live in the state to take advantage of a great local deal. Using 2015 sales data from TrueCar, the muscle behind U.S. News & World Report’s Best Price Program, we’ve taken a look at some of the top models in our new car rankings to see how customers in each state have fared during their new car purchases.

Beyond the TrueCar data, we’ll also explore some special tax and incentive programs that can also make a difference when determining the best place to buy a car. If you’re looking to move from state to state, you might consider tax and registration cost differences to help you decide whether to buy before or after you move.

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