Hurry To Take Advantage of 2016 Year-End Deals From Auto Dealerships

Ryan
966 days ago.

Auto Dealers Are Offering Great Year-End Deals Right Now On 2016 & 2017 Models

Have you been starting to think about getting yourself a new vehicle? Are you pretty far into the process and just need to pull the trigger and sign the papers? With 2016 coming to a close auto dealers are offering great deals on new vehicles. Check out some of these deals I found during my own search from Kia, Hyundai, Chrysler, Jeep and others.

These 2016 year-end deals are available until January 3, 2017 from your local dealer unless otherwise noted.

Hyundai

Hyundai is having their own Hyundai Holidays Sales Event with various offers on select models.

2017 Hyundai Sonata
Head to your local Hyundai dealership to check out the 2016 year-end deals.

0% APR for 60 months plus up to $1,000 off or up to $2,500 off

The above deal is only available on the 2017 Kia Sonata. The brand’s newest model gets an estimated 25 mpg in the city and 35 mpg on the highway. The 2017 Sonata Sport I built on the website has an estimated MSRP of $24,235.

0.9% APR for up to 60 months plus $500 off or up to $1,250 cash back.

Other deals are available on vehicles like the Elantra, Azera, Santa Fe, Tucson, Accent, Genesis and more.

If you’re set on a Hyundai be sure to check out the Down Payment Matching program they offer in partnership with BoostUp.com

Kia

2017 Kia Optima
Head to your local Kia dealership to take advantage of their 2016 year-end deals.

0 payments until Spring 2017 and 0% APR for up to 66 months

Are you thinking you are going to have to buy a car in the next six months? This Kia deal may be for you. You can buy certain 2016 and 2016 Kia vehicles today and not pay anything else on it for the next six months. Your first payments are deferred for 90 days and then Kia takes care of your payments for the first two months. By my expert calculations, that means you won’t be making a car payment on your new Kia until June 2017.

I’ve been looking at a 2017 Optima LX with a 1.6L Turbocharged I4 engine. It gets an estimated 28 mpg in the city and 37 mpg on the highway. The Optima I built on the website had an estimated price of $27,885 before any discounts.

For more information, call your local Kia dealership and ask about the Holidays On Us Sales Event. Are you an Uber driver? You may be eligible for $1,000 off the purchase price.

Ford

2017 Ford Fusion
Head to your local Ford dealership to take advantage of 2016 year-end deals.

$500 in Final Days Cash and $1,000 Ford Smart Bonus cash on specially tagged vehicles

Ford is offering the above deal on a variety of vehicles. It does not, however, apply to the Focus RS, Shelby GT350, GT F-150 Raptor, F-650 or 750. This deal is available on top of any deal your local dealership is offering.

I’ve been looking at a 2017 Ford Fusion that gets an estimated 23 MPG in the city and 34 MPG on the highway. The model I looked at has an estimated price of $24,810. Your local dealership can probably take $1,000 or so off that price.

Jeep

Head to your local Jeep dealer to take advantage of 2016 year-end deals.
Head to your local Jeep dealer to take advantage of 2016 year-end deals.

$1.000 Big Finish Bonus Cash

Jeep is offering $1,000 on top of any local dealership offers as part of the Big Finish 2016 program.

The 2017 Wrangler Unlimited 75th Anniversary edition would be a nice pickup for any Jeep enthusiast. It gets an estimated 16 MPG in the city and 21 MPG on the highway, but you don’t really get one of these for the great gas mileage. This 285-horsepower vehicle has a towing capacity of 2,000 lbs and has a base price of $38.925.

Chrysler

2016 Chrysler 200
Head to your local Chrysler dealership to take advantage by 2016 year-end deals.

20% off MSRP cash allowance

As part of the Big Finish 2016, Chrysler is offering a 20% off MSRP cash allowance of select 2016 Chrysler 300 models and 15% off 2016 Chrysler 200 models.

The Chrysler 200 model I priced gets an estimated 23 MPG in the city and 36 MPG on the highway. With the options I picked out, the net price came to $26,400. Figuring 10% down, I could take advantage of 0% APR for 84 months and pay just $283 per month.

For more information on any of these deals or special offers on pre-owned vehicles, contact your local dealership.

Check out this piece on Forbes.com for more 2016 year-end auto deals.

Do you need some help with the whole “buying a new car” thing? Check out the /Cars sub on Reddit.

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