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The Absolute Best Labor Day Deals On New Cars, SUVs, And Trucks

Updated: There’s a new Lexus incentive and another deal on the F-150.
The Labor Day holiday in the United States is on September 7 this year, if you’re currently car shopping, then there are some good deals out there as showrooms attempt to make up for losses earlier in the year.
Cars Direct specializes in monitoring the current incentives and is already finding the best discounts ahead of the holiday for cars, crossovers, and trucks. We intend to keep updating this list as the holiday gets closer as more automakers announce incentives.
The 2020 Chevrolet Equinox is available with two incentives for buyers to choose from. Customers can select zero percent interest on an 84-month loan. The other option is 15 percent off the crossover’s MSRP. It’s worth noting that the Equinox receives a refresh for the 2021 model year that includes sharper exterior styling.
The Ford EcoSport is available with an incentive that increases with trim level. The S grade gets $4,750 off, and the SE is $5,500 off. Buyers can the most off of the Titanium model. Another option is to get a no-interest loan for 72 months.
Ford F-150 buyers can choose between 0 percent financing for 72 months or a $1,000 incentive. The loan is the better deal in this case over the course of six years, the interest would total over $6,800 on a $50,000 pickup at five percent APR, according to Cars Direct.
In some places, there’s also an available $1,000 trade-in bonus. It applies when trading in any existing vehicle.
Looking for a deal on an efficient sedan? The 2020 Honda Accord Hybrid is available for a three-year lease for $310 a month. Plus, there’s no money due at signing.
The 2020 Hyundai Elantra SE is the base trim of the sedan. People can lease one for three years for $139 a month, in addition to $2,499 due at signing. A new generation of the Elantra arrives this fall for the 2021 model year.
Hyundai has quite a deal on the Tucson. Buyers can get no interest on a 72-month loan. Plus, there’s a $500 incentive and deferred payments for 90 days. The impressive offer is probably at least in part because a new generation of the crossover arrives for the 2021 model year, so the automaker wants to move as many units of the current-gen as possible.
Looking to save on a luxurious grand tourer? The Lexus LC has a $15,000 incentive. Although, this only affects the dealer demo models, so you probably need to shop around to find a showroom selling one. Cars Direct notes that this deal also applies to the LC Convertible, but deliveries for it are just beginning, so tracking one down that’s applicable for this deal could be very tough.
The Nissan Kicks is available with a 72-month loan with a zero percent interest rate. Plus, if a customer finances through the automaker, then there’s an additional $500 off.
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