Nov 26, 2010

Year-end celebrations: Get your dream car at lower rate

Model:  2010 Mercedes Benz -S550, White, Germany  
Wake up! Time is here. Now, you can purchase your dream car brand at a very amazing lower price. Hurry up and just order for your cars and pickups. 

The world renowned brands declare the lower rates to celebrate the year-end we are going on to pass. 

You know old is gold, old is matured, old is experienced and examined, old is better to many human being in many fold. Old is in heritable to us! Old is the heritage to all!

These are choices which have many colors, many dimensions, many out-looking and many interests.

The end of the year is usually a great time to buy a car!. Most car makers celebrate some kind of "year-end sales event," which is just a fancy name for a clearance sale.

However, every car dealer or seller expects to clear out all old models to carry on new and fresh brands with rise of fresh sun-ray into the new calendar year. So this is a great time to shop at the end of year at discount prices of the cars.
Model:  2010 Mercedes Benz -S550, Black, Germany 
Wish a great deal on a Mercedes? Now is the time to jump. This month the German car maker is offering its dealers $10,000 in marketing support to help them clear out the last of the 2010 S-class sedans. If and when they pass that savings on to you, you can save a bundle on the outgoing model.

You will pass up a couple of cool new safety features found on the 2011 model--lane departure warning and blind-spot detection--but the savings might be worth it to you. The base sticker price on the 2010 S550 is $91,600. Assuming you're a decent negotiator and the dealer is willing to pass on that $10,000 incentive, you can drive it home for well under $80,000.

The 2011-model S550, on the other hand, starts at $93,650. There's a $1,000 rebate if you trade in a BMW, Lexus, Audi, Jaguar, Land Rover or Porsche. Or you can lease a higher-priced version of the S550 for $1,299 a month, with $6,500 due at signing.

No car dealer wants to carry last year's models into the new calendar year, lest their customers conclude they've got stale merchandise on the lot. This is especially true for luxury car dealers who know their customers are spending big money for a car and won't settle for leftovers. But if the changes on the newer models are relatively minor, you might be better off taking the deal on the 2010.

Slow-sellers will also often get a marketing boost at the end of the year. The Acura RL, at $46,830, is a nicely appointed, mid-sized luxury sedan packed with technology.  
But it's often overlooked by luxury car shoppers, so you can get some nice deals on it, especially this time of year. Now through Jan. 4, Acura is paying dealers $4,000 in marketing support for the 2010 RL, to subsidize their offers of 0.9% financing or a zero-money-down lease of $560 per month.
  Model: 2010 Mazda MX-5 Miata, Red (Up) and Silver (Under) Colors , Japanese (Below)

Or why not buy that cute little convertible you've been eyeing while the snow is flying, instead of waiting until spring, when demand is higher? Mazda, for instance, is providing $3,500 cash support to dealers on its 2010 Mazda MX-5 Miata in November. Most dealers will pass that on to their customers, knocking quite a bit off the $25,220 sticker price.

Model: 2010 Nissan's  Titan , Golden (Up) and White (Under) Colors , Japanese (Below)

Pickup trucks are attractively priced across the board, but two in particular have good deals this season.

After seven years Nissan's  Titan is looking a bit tired compared with pickups from Ford Motor, Chevrolet and Toyota. But it is still a very capable truck. It's priced at $34,270, but Nissan is currently offering a $5,500 rebate or 0% financing.


 Model: 2010 Chevy'sSilverado , Blue Ash (Up) and White (Under) Colors , US (Below)


Chevy's Silverado pickup hasn't been updated since 2006, so it, too, has to offer generous incentives to stay up with the competition. GM is offering a $5,000 cash rebate, plus $1,000 bonus cash if you finance through Ally Bank, or 0% financing on the $31,290 Silverado now through Jan. 3.

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