Archive for March, 2014

Are you in the market to purchase a new vehicle this spring? If so, you may have chosen the best time this year to buy or lease a car, truck or SUV. Auto dealers around the country have been sales starved this winter, with overwhelming numbers of potential new car buyers waiting for the spring thaw. That means huge discounts for you as they try to make up for a dismal first quarter.

Even though there have been a few exceptions, most of the “Big 8” automakers have not hit their target sales in January and February of 2014. March numbers are not out yet, but with the northern most part of the U.S. still miserable from the cold temperatures and poor weather, March may not have been much better. So if you are in the market for a new vehicle within the next 30 days, you may have hit the savings “jackpot”!

Local dealerships will have a lot of negotiation room when trying to make up for their slow start to 2014. There should be an all-out price war on the horizon as well, with automakers doing their best to outdo their competition. This leads to huge savings if you do some research before you go car shopping. Knowing what current rebates and incentive are available, can save you even more on an already low priced new vehicle. Get a few price quotes today from and be prepared to save this spring on the vehicle of your dreams!

Have you ever wanted to buy a brand new car, but didn’t think you had the money to do so? Well that new car smell that everyone craves so much, might just be more affordable than you think. We have compiled a list of our top five new cars that won’t break the bank.

2014 Chevrolet Spark
Want to make an impression with a sub-compact? The Chevy Spark might be just the vehicle for you. This vehicle is as ecofriendly as you can get without going electric. Safe, technologically advanced and so stylish, you’ll forget he price tag was just over 12,000.

2014 Nissan Versa
A roomier but still economical choice, the 2014 Nissan Versa sedan is listed at just under 14,000. One very impressive statistic of the Versa is its 35 combined MPG rating, which will save you where it counts, at the gas station.

2014 Scion iQ
If miles per gallon is your game than the Scion iQ is your name. With a combined 37 MPG, this unique looking vehicle will turn heads and keep more money in your pocket throughout the year.

2014 Ford Fiesta
Ford’s redesigned Fiesta is a force to be reckoned with. Lightweight, affordable and packed with Ford’s technology inside, the Fiesta starts around 14,900.

2014 Mitsubishi Mirage
Mitsubishi’s Mirage is another contender for fuel saver of the year. With a combined MPG of 37, and a starting price might be found for under 14,000, you can’t miss. Request a free, no obligation, price quote today from and save even more money on a new vehicle.

Mazda has always been a bit different. From their rotary engines putting out power that their suspension and drivetrain were built for, Mazda owners love their vehicles. Well, U.S. News & World Reports’ agree with those Mazda fanatics, giving the Mazda3, Mazda6 and the CX-5 top honors in four categories.

The Mazda3 won the ‘Best Car for Families’ award for Best Compact and Hatchback, since it comes in a four and 5 door version. The Mazda6 won the category of Best Mid-size Sedan and the CX-5 took home top billing for the Best Compact SUV. Since Mazda’s 3 vehicles won 4 separate awards, it took home the most awards by any since automaker.

Mazda’s vehicles set themselves apart from the rest with their interior and exterior technologies. Mazda’s SKYACTIV®, fuel saving technology and their i-ACTIVESENSE system which always active pre-crash detection and warning features, and the i-ELOOP braking system aimed at fuel economy make it very safe for families. You can find these award-winning Mazdas and many other vehicles at Request a free, local quote from dealers in your area today!

Sales the first two months of 2014 have been very slow for automakers in the U.S. During this time of the year, the trucks rule the top ten lists. And as expected, the Ford F-Series truck line sold the highest number of vehicles at 55,882. Chevrolet’s Silverado truck series finished a distant second, with 36,584 units sold in February. These two trucks are also number one and number two in total units sold in 2014.

Nissan’s Altima finished third in the February top 10 list with 30,849 units sold. That is an 8.5% increase from year-to-date numbers in 2013, the third highest increase of any of the vehicles and the largest increase of the top 3. The Altima is also the highest selling sedan YTD.

Dodge’s Ram Pickup finished fourth on the list with 29,303 vehicles sold in February. Dodge’s signature pickup is up 25.8% over last year’s numbers thus far, making it the largest increase in units sold in the top ten. Year to date, the Ram is the third best-selling vehicle in the top ten list.

Toyota’s Camry rounds out the top five with 28,998 units sold. The Camry is down 7.3% over last February and down 17.7% YTD in 2013, meaning you might see some price decreases to increase sales. To find the lowest current prices on these any many other cars from dealerships in your area, get your free quote from