The last few available car models of 2015 are up for grabs and the interested buyers can avail of amazing offers in the month of the September.
About 31 models are being remodeled and/or re-engineered for the 2016 launch and hence the left over 2015 models are being offered to the interested buyers at almost irresistible deals. Buyers are in for great discounts, despite a few drawbacks such as the absence of some safety features and the latest infotainment systems.
The cars that are being remodeled for 2016 include the Toyota Prius and the BMW 3 Series, according to Edmunds.com, the car-buying site. Other 2015 models that companies are trying to clear off include Audi TT sports car, Toyota Tacoma pickup and Nissan Altima sedan.
Edmunds.com goes on to recommend the following five cars for those interested in striking a good deal from an outgoing model: 2015 BMW 3 Series, the 2015 Chevrolet Volt, 2015 Honda Civic, 2015 Toyota Prius and 2015 Volkswagen Passat.
2015 Volkswagen Passat: This model was fully redesigned last in 2011 and the company is working on overhauling the model for 2016 to enhance its competitiveness in the mid-size market. Consequently, the 2015 models are available at huge discounts including cash offers of up to $1000 and zero-percent financing.
2015 Toyota Prius: Driven by low gas prices, the hybrid Toyota Prius struggled to keep afloat and now with the company remodeling it for 2016, it is being sold for up to $3000 less than its market price. Toyota is also offering 0-percent financing and $500 cash offers.
2015 Honda Civic: This popular model is set to be replaced by its 10th generation successor in 2016. Honda is offering 0.9% financing and discounts of up to $2000 from the market price.
2015 BMW 3 Series: This series is going at $1500 lesser than the market price in some areas of the country, as per Edmunds.com. The company is offering lease deals and low-interest loans, including $279 a month for a 3-year lease period for is 320i model. To understand the comparison, the estimated lease amount for the same 320i 2016 model is $391.
2015 Chevrolet Volt: Just like the hybrid Prius, sales of the hybrid 2015 Chevrolet Volt has taken a beating, owing to low gas prices and the release of the much-anticipated 2016 Volt is expected to lower its sales even further. Hence, the company is offering either a 0-percent financing for 6 years or $1000 cash. Dealers are including their own incentives also to what Chevrolet is offering, taking the discounts to as much as $4000 from the market price.