As gas prices hit an all time high with oil now hitting $126 a barrel, automakers are having a hard time moving cars out of the showrooms. With sales down 2.5% last year to 16.1 million cars sold, automakers are now offering incentives that have never been seen before by the industry.
Chrysler recently announced that it will offer buyers of new Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge customers a gas card to immediately lower their gas price to $2.99 a gallon.
To keep from sales to go down further and to save new vehicles from premature death, automakers are offering incentives on cars considered by auto experts as reliable and of good quality.
So if you’re one of the few in the market for a new car, be sure to check out Forbes list of Top 11 America’s Best New Car Incentives.
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Top 11 Best New Car Incentives:
Nissan Altima Hybrid: $25,070 – Customer Cash Rebate: $1,262
Mitsubishi Galant: $19,999 – Customer Cash Rebate: $2,900
Hyundai Elantra: $14,625 – Customer Cash Rebate: $1,727
Hyundai Sonata: $18,870 – Customer Cash Rebate: $2,621
Subaru Outback Wagon: $21,995 – Customer Cash Rebate: $1,249
Chevrolet HHR: $16,820 – Customer Cash Rebate: $1,528
2009 Dodge Journey: $19,985 – Customer Cash Rebate: $1,087
Jeep Patriot: $15,475 – Customer Cash Rebate: $2,439
Ford Edge: $26,735 – Customer Cash Rebate: $2,199
Ford Escape: $20,140 – Customer Cash Rebate: $2,025
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Toyota Yaris: $13,150 – Customer Cash Rebate: $585