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Best Car Deals Of September Coming This Saturday

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On: Fri, Sep 23, 2011 at 5:28PM | By: Chris Weiss

Best Car Deals Of September Coming This Saturday

In the market for a new car? Way back in the spring and early summer, car-buying experts from places like Edmunds recommended holding off until the fall. At that time, production issues in Japan coupled with skyrocketing gas prices were increasing demand and causing auto dealers to cut incentives, effectively raising vehicle prices, particularly on smaller, more efficient cars. A few of the best dates for car shopping are coming up very quickly.

As much as you may want to spend your day watching college football on Saturday, you should consider getting yourself to a local car dealer if you need a new car. According to TrueCar's data, September 24 stands to be the best day of the month for car deals, with an average discount of 8.2 percent being forecasted.

Discounts projected include a 20.7 percent slash on the 2011 Nissan Titan's $28,385 MSRP (down to $22,497), a 16.8 percent cut on the 2011 Volvo S80's $38,025 MSRP (down to $31,631) and a 16 percent drop on the 2011 Chevy Malibu's $23,735 price tag (down to $19,946).

Finance deals include 0 percent financing (up to 60 months) on a 2011 Hyundai Elantra and 1.9 percent financing for 60 months plus $3,000 bonus or customer cash on a 2011 Kia Sedona.

Can't stand to miss the Florida State v. Clemson match-up on Saturday afternoon? Don't fear; TrueCar's prediction for October's best day of car shopping is the first of the month, a week from Saturday. Just remember to check that week's games to make sure you're making the right call.

If neither Saturday works, you can still find a great deal. Edmunds.com lists several factors that tend to create better prices, including end of the month and end of the model year. This time of year fires on all cylinders: new cars are rolling into dealers now, the month is nearly over and September is also the end of the quarter, so dealers may be extra eager to seal that last deal.


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