Want to save up to $10,000 on a new car? Find out which brands are offering the best deals
Let's get the obvious out of the way: We'd all love to pay less for our automobiles. Now the hard part: making that happen. If you're willing to wait until the end of a model year — or don't care about having the brand-new one hitting showrooms soon — this is the best way to get a new car under the Christmas tree.
MSN Autos Canada and Unhaggle present the 10 biggest and best incentives for the month of December that anyone can qualify for. These are straight cash incentive deals, and in every case are significant chunks of money.
Unhaggle left out high-end luxury manufacturers from England, Germany and Italy, along with pickups and "vehicles with already limited inventory" — meaning Honda Civics and Mazda3s that sell so well there's little interest in focusing efforts on moving them off lots. But it has upped the price ceiling to $60,000 to include the 'near-lux' class with more players like Infiniti, Lincoln and Volvo.
Now, how much ribbon and scotch tape are we gonna need to wrap-up a new car for the holidays?
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