Archive for April, 2012

For the past 12 months it has been nothing but great news for dealers, buyers and automakers as the increase in new car sales has been really steady.

The answer to this increase is simple: there is competition out there. Automakers and dealers have been aggressively working in offering big discounts, rebates and incentives to new and loyal customers.

These are the discounts you can find for the specified models this month:

    2012 Kia Forte EX 5-door
  • Dealer discount: $600
  • Factory discount: $2,000 – Prime Rate Credit factory to dealer rebate-Trading Dollars factory to dealer rebate.
  • Factory discount: $500 – Forte Conquest Program factory to dealer rebate.
  • Factory discount: $500 – Military Program factory to customer rebate.
    2012 Infiniti G25
  • Dealer discount: $1,200
  • Factory discount: $3,500 – Lease Cash Support factory to dealer rebate.
  • Factory discount: $1,500 – Stackable Bonus Cash factory to dealer rebate.
    2012 Ford Edge Limited FWD
  • Dealer discount: $1,300
  • Factory discount: $5,500 – Delivery Allowance factory to dealer rebate.

For more information on current the best deals on new cars please visit us anytime.

Showrooms not only let us delight ourselves with the showing of brand new vehicles, new line-ups and the best available car technology, but also offer the best prices on new cars before they hit the market.

A lot of automakers sky rocketed their sales after some of the showroom deals were offered this past month. The annual rate reached the 14.6 million.

Nissan reported to have had the best month in their history. They saw an amazing increase of 41% in sales of their economy vehicle Nissan Versa, followed by the Altima with a 27% increase.

Ford Focus tops Nissan with a 65% increase when compared to last year’s sales. Ford pick ups also rose 11% in sales. GM vehicles are not far behind with Chrysler’s top seller: the Fiat 500, which doubled sales this year.

BMW regained its luxury car top seller spot with an 18% increase beating its long time rival Mercedes, which had 7.7% increase.

This is so far one of the best years for the automobile industry, which is a very good sign, reflecting that economy is finally stabilizing.