If this Memorial Day holiday will be spent at the local dealership, it’s best to know in advance some of the sweeter deals out there looking for the right customer.

While Memorial Day is a national holiday that honors the country’s fallen military braves, the myriad of advertisements across all medias have started treating it as a bargain treat for the customers looking to profit from the extended weekend. And while that’s really not something to be proud off, it’s true the coming holiday is one of the best instances when one can go out an grab a new car, sport utility vehicle or truck with a very sweet deal. “The warmer weather is finally here, and consumers are back on dealer new vehicle lots,” comments Jonathan Banks, executive analyst at the National Auto Dealers Association. “With an abundance of incentives, competitive finance, and lease offers, it isn’t surprising to see new vehicles sell so well.” Automaker incentive spending is also up since last month, by 3.2 percent at an average of $2,671 per vehicle.

So, here are some of the best deals on new vehicles to be had this holiday weekend, all arranged in alphabetical order, so no one feels bias. First off, we have the Acura RLX – up to $9,000 additional dealer discount. Next up comes the TLX model from the same brand. Buick’s Encore is up for grabs with a new and enticing lease, at $199 per month for 24 months. The Cadillac CTS can be had with up to $4,000 cash back or various financing plans. The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 also has offers on cash back or enticing financing plans. The Chrysler 200 can yield you savings of up to $3,500 or financing with zero percent interest. Ford’s Taurus sedan is giving you back up to $3,000 or zero percent financing as well. The Hyundai Sonata Hybrid ups the ante with $4,000 cash back or zero percent financing for 72 months. If you’re feeling classy, the Jaguar XJ has you covered, with up to $10,000 cash back or cheap financing. Even Kia’s new K900 flagship sedan will have an enticing offer – up to $8,000 cash back and very low rates on financing plans.

Via Forbes


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