Best Day to Buy a Car This Year: Black Friday
Think Black Friday only helps save you money on your next LCD television or laptop? Think again. TrueCar.com, the authority on new car pricing, today revealed that it expects this year’s Black Friday, November 25th, will be the best day to buy a new vehicle, which is the first or second largest purchase consumers make. Last year, the best day to buy a vehicle was on July 28th. Automakers are offering significant deals on 2011 and 2012 models that can potentially save consumers upwards of 23 percent. The average savings so far in 2011 was six percent.
This year the overall top five best deals are:
|Year/Make/Model||MSRP||Estimated Net Price*||Percent Discount**|
|2011 Mitsubishi Endeavor||$29,109||$22,334||23.3|
|2011 Chevrolet Silverado 1500||$22,230||$17,370||21.9|
|2011 Chrysler 200||$21,995||$18,368||16.5|
|2011 Nissan Maxima||$32,510||$27,664||14.9|
|2012 Ford Escape||$25,495||$22,045||13.5|
|*Estimated Net price is the estimated average transaction price of a vehicle after incentives. |
** Percent Discount from MSRP is rounded to the nearest tenth
“Dealerships offer significant discounts on Black Friday which can save consumers thousands off the purchase of a new vehicle,” said Jesse Toprak, VP of Industry Trends and Insights for TrueCar.com. “It’s an atypical day to purchase a car since consumers think of retail shopping, but buying a new vehicle on Black Friday can often lead to big savings.”
|Saturday, November 26, 2011||8.67%|
|Sunday, November 27, 2011||8.09%|
|Monday, November 28, 2011||8.46%|
This holiday season, TrueCar is celebrating Black Friday and helping car shoppers save even more money with a $25,000 giveaway on November 28, 2011, and weekly $5,000 prizes through the end of the year. More information about the promotion will be available when the contest officially opens on Tuesday, November 15, 2011 at http://www.truecar.com
Car buyers looking for a no-haggle car buying experience can visit the Military.com Car Buying Center to research their desired vehicle, and then use the best Local Price tool to get a TrueCar Price Protection Certificate that can be redeemed at participating TrueCar.com dealers in their area.
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