New Car Deals – A Guide to 2009 Year End Car Rebates and Incentives

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There’s still time to discover new car deals and year end rebates and incentives being offered for 2009. autoMedia.com has done all the research so consumers won’t have to.

Great New Car Deals Are Still Available

“Our goal is to sell as much as we possibly can and drive a trend in the right direction,” says Susan Docherty, GM vice president, U.S. Sales.

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As the days wind down toward the end of the month—and the end of the year—automobile salespeople and dealerships across the country are monitoring their inventory hoping for it to disappear. Meanwhile, new car shoppers are eager to take advantage of new car deals, with rebates and incentives helping to obtain the best deal possible.

autoMedia has done the research for new car buyers, with a complete online guide to all the new car deals currently being offered by auto manufacturers anxious to entice buyers by offering hefty discounts in the form of cash back rebates and incentives, plus low or no interest loans on most new vehicles.

Whether shopping for an import or domestic, compact, crossover, coupe, sports car, sedan, SUV or pickup truck, consumers can find the best cash back rebates and incentives in autoMedia’s recent guide, “New Car Deals – A Guide to Year End Car Rebates and Incentives.”

“Our goal is to sell as much as we possibly can and drive a trend in the right direction,” says Susan Docherty, GM vice president, U.S. Sales.

From Acura to Volvo and everybody in between, autoMedia’s “New Car Deals – A Guide to Year End Car Rebates and Incentives” is a compilation of all automakers’ best financing options and the largest cash back rebates and incentives to help buyers get the best new car deals possible on an end-of-year new car purchase. Here are just some examples:

Acura and Honda tend to not offer cash-back rebates, however, Happy Honda Days are here, and some Honda dealerships are offering such incentives as lease deals and lowered APRs, with financing as low as 0.9% to 1.9% APR for up to 36 months or 1.9% to 2.9% up to 60 months on selected models.

General Motors is offering Winter Savings incentives through January 4, 2010, on its Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet and GMC brands, with 0% APR for 72 months or cash-back bonuses of up to $4,000 on select 2009 models.

Even the IRS is offering special deductions on certain state and local sales and excise taxes and fees for purchases made by year’s end.

Don’t miss out on a chance to take advantage of these awesome new car deals! Only a few shopping days remain before these programs end, so find out how to make the best auto buy in 2009.

autoMedia boasts over 60,000 pages of original articles, including over 2,100 features researched and written by leading automotive experts, covering new and used car buying, maintenance and technology. Find all you need to know about pricing, rebates and incentives along with photo galleries and details on all makes and models. For automotive advice you can trust visit http://www.automedia.com

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