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12 Best Cars to Buy Now


Great Deals, Low Demand, and High Quality: The Perfect Mix for Car Buyers
Thanks to ever-changing factors like trim levels and prices, it is no easy task to shop for a new car. Maybe you’ve found the right car but can’t decide if it’s the right time to buy. To find that out, it’s best to look for manufacturer incentives designed to help jump-start demand and low sales performance. You’re likely to find the best prices when these two stars align.

So here’s a list of SUVs and cars for this month that earned strong ratings in our new car rankings, but are still giving dealerships trouble when it comes to finding buyers. Keep in mind that a car’s quality is not the sole factor which determines weak demand, so don’t take slow sales as a sign to automatically stay away.

To push the price down even further after applying finance or lease deals, make sure to leverage sales trends to squeeze even more savings out of your haggling with the dealer.

2019 Subaru Impreza
$19,595 | U.S. News Score: 7.7/10 | Sales Decline in 2019: -14%

2020 Mazda3
$21,500 | U.S. News Score: 8.5/10 | Sales Decline in 2019: -19.9%

2020 Hyundai Sonata
$23,400 | U.S. News Score: 7.8/10 | Sales Decline in 2019: -16.6%

2020 Toyota Avalon
$35,800 | U.S. News Score: 8.1/10 | Sales Decline in 2019: -16.5%

2019 Lexus IS
$38,560 | U.S. News Score: 7.6/10 | Sales Decline in 2019: -33.7%

2019 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
$41,400 | U.S. News Score: 8.2/10 | Sales Decline in 2019: -14.7%

2019 Genesis G80
$42,050 | U.S. News Score: 8.4/10 | Sales Decline in 2019: -14.3%

2019 Kia Niro
$23,490 | U.S. News Score: 7.7/10 | Sales Decline in 2019: -15.4%

2020 Nissan Rogue
$25,200 | U.S. News Score: 7.6/10 | Sales Decline in 2019: -12.6%
2019 Kia Sorento
$26,290 | U.S. News Score: 8.1/10 | Sales Decline in 2019: -10.8%

2020 BMW X2
$36,400 | U.S. News Score: 7.7/10 | Sales Decline in 2019: -30.6%

2020 Infiniti QX50
$37,250 | U.S. News Score: 7.6/10 | Sales Decline in 2019: -23.8%

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