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Best End of September New Car Deals

By | Published September 20, 2015

We are always looking to help our readers get the best deals. With that in mind, let's take a look at biggest discounts off of MSRP for the second half of September. These prices are based on the average price actually being paid by customers across the country.

2015 Hyundai Veloster
2015 Hyundai Veloster Courtesy of Hyundaiusa.com

Top 10 Discounts off of MSRP for the Second Half of September

  1. 2015 Hyundai Veloster Automatic - If you are in the market for a sporty, affordable car, people are paying an average of 19.9% below MSRP for this vehicle. This is a nearly $4,000 savings.
  2. 2015 Jeep Cherokee Latitude 4x2 - For a smaller, versatile SUV, dealers are selling this model for an average of 19.3% off of MSRP. An extra $5,000 in your pocket is nothing to sneeze at!
  3. 2015 Ram 1500 SLT, Crew Cab, 4x2, Short Bed - Are you looking for a half ton pickup truck? We are seeing discounts averaging 17.8% on the Ram 1500 SLT. It's not as high of a percentage as the first two on the list but it works out to an over $6,600 savings.
  4. 2015 Ford F-150 2WD Regular Cab 6-1/2 Ft Box XLT - Coming in just behind the Ram, this version of the F-150 is selling at an average 17% discount. The $5,500 savings isn't quite as high as the Ram but it is still a big discount if you prefer Ford trucks.
  5. 2015 Chevrolet Malibu LS - This mid size sedan from Chevy is being discounted 15.2%, or $2,500. That will lead to a slightly lower monthly payment.
  6. 2016 Hyundai Elantra SE Automatic - It's surprising to see a 2016 model being sold at an average of 13.3% discount. It seems that Hyundai is trying to get a foot hold on this segment for 2016.
  7. 2015 Chevrolet Equinox FWD LS - The second small SUV on the list is from Chevy. A 13.1% average savings is putting around $3,300 back in the pockets of buyers of this practical vehicle.
  8. 2015 Cadillac ATS Sedan 2.0L I4 AWD - This is the vehicle with the highest MSRP on the list at $42,335. The 12.9% average discount knocks off $5,476 and brings the average selling price down to $36,859. This is a significant discount off of a luxury car.
  9. 2015 GMC Acadia AWD SLE1 - If you are looking for a full sized SUV, the Acadia is being discounted 11.6%. That is a $4,278 discount which is pretty good for this market segment.
  10. 2015 Nissan Versa Note S Manual - If you are looking to spend very little on a car, this subcompact is selling at an average 10.4% discount. This $1,556 savings off of MSRP brings the price down to $13,499.

The data we used to give you this market insight is courtesy of our friends at TRUECAR.com.

2015 Ford F-150
2015 Jeep Cherokee Courtesy of Jeep.com

Don't Forget About the Other Parts of the Deal

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Author Lyle Romer

About The Author: Lyle Romer is a consumer advocate, Founding Contributor and Vice President of CarBuyingTips.com. For over 17 years, he's been researching all aspects of the automotive sales industry. The findings of his research are incorporated into the main content on CarBuyingTips.com. He has been an auto industry insider since 1999. Lyle also has worked with other automotive websites to help improve their offerings based upon feedback from CarBuyingTips.com users. He can be found on Google+.

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