Archive for May, 2014

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It’s that time of year when we celebrate and commemorate all of the brave men and women who serve in the armed forces and those we’ve lost on the battlefields. Automakers and dealerships around this great country of ours are showing their appreciation with added incentives for military personnel. Below are some of the military discounts that may be available over Memorial Day weekend in your area. Get price quotes before you buy at today!

Chrysler is offering Military bonus cash of up to $500 this Memorial Day weekend to active military, reserved, or retired veterans on many 2013 and 2014 vehicles.

Ford is offering Military members and their family a $500 bonus cash this weekend on 2014 models.

General Motors offers exclusive discounted pricing below sticker price to all members of the military. This includes all active duty, veterans, reserves, retirees and their spouses on their GMC, Chevy, Buick and Cadillac brands.

Lastly, Subaru offers $1300 – $3300 discount off of MSRP as part of their Active Military Discount Program. Subaru also will add current cash back or financing incentives as well. wants to thank all of our past, present and future defenders of our freedom a Happy Memorial Day Weekend!

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April car sales are in and there is a shift in the top 3. The Ford F-Series trucks sold the most units with 63,387 trucks sold in April of 2014. This is a 3.9% increase over April 2013 numbers, continuing Ford’s sales surge. Chevy’s Silverado line of trucks finished second with 42,755 units sold in April 2014. Chevy experienced a -3.5% change over last year’s totals. Toyota’s Camry moved up into the top three position with 38,009 units sold last month, only a -0.2% change over last April.

The Ram pickups finished 4th, with 36,674 units sold in April 2014. This was a 22.5% increase over last April’s numbers, the biggest gain in any of the top 10. The Honda Accord finished in 5th place with 34,124 vehicles sold, down -7.1% from April 2013. The remaining top ten from 6-10 were as follows; Toyota Corolla/Matrix, Honda Cr-V, Honda Civic, Ford Fusion and Nissan Altima. Get price quotes today for any of these top sellers at today!

The numbers are in and there are some surprises for the Big 8. The rankings from first to eighth are as follows: General Motors, Ford, Toyota, Chrysler, Honda, Hyundai/Kia, Nissan and Volkswagen. General motors tops the list for April with 254,076 vehicles sold, a 6.9% growth from April 2013. Ford Motor Company was second with 211,126 units sold in April, a slight decrease from last April’s numbers. Toyota came in third place, with 199,660 vehicles sold in April, a 13.3% increase over April 2013.

Chrysler came in fourth place, with 178,652 units sold in April 2014, a 14% increase over last year. They sold just under 22,000 more vehicles than last year, but that wasn’t the biggest percentage increase. Honda rounded out the top 5 with 132,456 units sold in April. Honda enjoyed a 1.1% increase over April of 2013. Hyundai/Kia finished 6th, with 120,884 units sold, beating last year’s numbers by 7.5%. Nissan, who finished in 7th place, had the largest percentage increase over last April, selling 103,934 units. Nissan had a 18.3% increase, the largest of the Big 8. Volkswagen finished last with 30,831 vehicles sold, and also had the largest decrease in sales at 8.4%.

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