Archive for December, 2010

End of year is almost here! Pay attention to auto experts opinion on how this week offer the best car deals of the whole season.

This is the time to negotiate the best deal with your dealership. Dealers are dying to get rid of 2010 models and are most likely to give out special rates and offers.

At Bill Luke Chrysler-Jeep-Dodge, they do about 70 percent of their December sales in the last week of December. So far in 2010, 13.5 million were purchased, very impressive numbers not counting this current week.

We encourage you to request a free quote with us today when visiting for the following makes offering best deals this week:

  • Ford
  • Chevrolet
  • Nissan
  • Honda
  • Toyota
  • Be smart and think fast. If you have some savings and are thinking about getting a new car or changing your older one. Or, if you don’t have money for a down payment and want to drive a new car on New Year’s, this is the time to go for it. With dealers and manufacturers looking to get rid of 2010-model-year vehicles, there won’t be another month that could beat up the very low prices.

    Auto sales have already improved in 2010 with dealers selling 10.4 million vehicles only in November, the same amount sold in all of 2010. Still, December is expected (and is already showing numbers) to surpass that amount.

    As an example, the 2010 Kia Sportage, 2010 GMC Sierra 1500, 2010 Mercury Mountaineer and the 2011 Mitsubishi Endeavor have a discounts of 20 percent during this month.

    Car Dealers might end up having a very good Christmas and a very prosperous New Year. Are you considering buying a new car during this week?

    As highly expected, this December has turned into the best month to buy a car.

    Big and astonishing discounts are being offered by a lot of car manufacturers. Deals vary from cash rebates to 0% financing options to very low lease monthly fees. As an example, you can now lease a Hyundai Sonata for as little as monthly $199 or pay only 1.9% financing on a Lexus IS 250 for a period of sixty months.

    As it commonly happens, best year end car deals are for 2010 models. Dealers need to sell the inventory because it costs more to keep older models than to reduce prices and sell them. This doesn’t mean that 2011 models don’t have nice and impressive deals. For instance, you can save a whopping total of $3.685 in the new 2011 Chevrolet Malibu.

    Taking into consideration best models and good quality cars not only based on looks and special features, here is a list of the cars with biggest savings for this month:

    • 2010 Honda Civic Hybrid CVT : $2976
    • 2011 Nissan Sentra 2.0 SL CVT : $2852
    • 2010 Mercury Milan I4 Hybrid : $4845
    • 2011 Chevrolet Malibu 1LT : $3685
    • 2010 Cadillac DTS 1 LT: $9546
    • 2010 Acura RL 3.7 Auto: $5405
    • 2010 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT 4 x4 Crew Cab : $6038
    • 2010 Chevrolet Avalanche 4WD Avalanche LT : $6256
    • 2010 Volvo XC70 3.2 AWD A: $5880
    • 2011Chevrolet Equinox AWD 1LT: $2332
    • 2011 Ford Flex SEL AWD: $2,512

    For more prices and free price quotes on hundreds of models please visit us anytime at

    Also known as the BMW 520D, this beautiful vehicle continues to lead as the premium sport sedan. Its 2011 version is fully renewed and comes with 2.0 litres, 4 cylinder turbo diesel engine and 8-speed transmission. It drives up 18.4 Km per litre and delivers 184 bhp. It goes from 0 to 100 km in only 8.1 seconds.

    It is much better equipped than previous models. It features a sunroof, power seats, Bluetooth, a power tilt-telescoping steering wheel and a 12-speaker sound system. Some luxury upgrades (based on each model) include adaptive xenon headlights, parking sensors, navigation, night-vision camera, and active cruise control, an automatic parallel parking system, ventilated front seats and heavenly 14-way “multicontour” front seats.

    It will be available in 10 different colors: alpine white, black sapphire, cashmere silver, deep sea blue, havanna, milano beige, space grey, titanium silver, imperial blue brilliant effect and sophisto grey brilliant effect.

    This model has had some good reviews and has left car enthusiasts excited in auto showrooms. For more information on this luxurious auto and a wide car price guide please visit us today.

    When you negotiate a new car deal you are always gonna get a much higher price that the one offered at the beginning. This has to do with taxes and additional charges required by law.

    However, be aware of other fees you are not obligated to pay. When looking for best deals on new cars you could be charged for the following services:

    • Documentation fees. Asked by the dealer to pay for the costs of processing all the paperwork associated with a new car purchase. This fee has to be paid.
    • Washing the car. Do not pay for this service unless you request it.
    • Removing the protective covers for seats and floor as well as door’s “bump protectors”. Usually this costs a flat fee rate in most states, however there are other states with no regulations. Easily a dealer can ask for any amount. You can find a detailed list of sites at
    • Dealer-installed accessories such as paint sealant, LoJack, extended warranty, sound system and aftermarket wheels. Pay only if you requested any of these.
    • Floor plan fees (charges the dealer incurs to keep the car in his or her inventory).
    As a final advice, make sure you read the new car invoice carefully and pay attention to little details. As an example, make sure the the VIN on the invoice matches the one in your paperwork. If so, there is a fee that the manufacturer will charge and it has to be paid.