KBB Picks The Best New-Car Deals For November

The holiday season is upon us. With all that’s going on, this probably isn’t the time of year to buy a car, right? Yes – but because of this it is the best time to buy a new vehicle.

Dealers still have lots of 2017 models to sell, yet the 2018s are flooding in. Sales volume can be sketchy, what with consumers opening their wallets to buy holiday-related things. People are money-stressed, and just plain stressed.

Who wants to shop for a new car?

For those who do want to shop for a new car, this is therefore a good time of year for it.

The experts at Kelley Blue Book are offering some help, in the form of their compilation of the top 10 lease, financing and cash back deals for new models available through November 2017

According to KBB, there are several lease deals under $200 per month and two offers for more than $5,000 cash back.

“Black Friday isn’t the only day in November to get a great deal,” said Jason Allan, managing editor for Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com. “Whether you’re into low lease payments, big cash-back offers or zero-percent financing, we’re here to help you kick off the holidays with a little something for yourself.”

Topping this month’s list of standout deals is the Acura ILX, a sporty little sedan from the top luxury brand in our 2017 5-Year Cost to Own Awards,” Allan said.

You can find all of the top 10 HERE.

Don’t be afraid to walk away if you don’t get the deal you want. After all, coming right up are the doldrum months of January and February. Those are the months when the holiday bills come due, the winter cold is coldest, and consumers tend to shut their wallets tight. Perfect time, in other words, to shop for a new vehicle.

Be sure to line up your best financing deal in advance, by visiting your credit union. CUs usually have the best rates on vehicle loans.

Arm yourself with pre-approved, low-interest financing by visiting your credit union. You’ll find that it’s the “force multiplier” in making the best deal at a new vehicle lot.

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