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Best new car deals

Save money on Consumer Reports' recommended cars

Last updated: June 2015

A great price isn't necessarily a good deal if the vehicle doesn't measure up, so we help you choose a good car at a good price with monthly list of best new car deals. The featured vehicle highlighted below has an attractive incentive that can save you extra money, and it is recommended by Consumer Reports, as are all models detailed below.

Other trims on the vehicles listed may also present good deals. Although incentives all eventually expire, they are often renewed. Research ratings, reliability, owner satisfaction, and the latest dealer pricing on our car model pages

See our full list of this month's best new car deals below. 

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2015 Ford Fusion

$2,469 savings available (expires 7/6/15)

The Fusion is a delight to drive, with a supple ride and agile handling rivaling that of a European sports sedan. All trim levels and powertrains feel solid and upscale, with a quiet and well-finished cabin. But the rear seat is somewhat snug, and the MyFord Touch interface is an annoyance. Most Fusions get either a 1.5- or 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder matched with a six-speed automatic. The 1.5-liter does the job, but the 2.0-liter packs more punch and better suits the car. We recorded 24-and 22-mpg overall, respectively, which is among the lower performers in the category. The Hybrid turned in an excellent 39-mpg overall.  

Model MSRP Invoice price Total available savings Build & Buy car buying service Potential savings below MSRP
2015 Ford Fusion Titanium AWD $33,115 $31,326 $2,469 View dealer pricing 10%+

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Small cars

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Model name MSRP Invoice Incentive expiration date Potential savings below MSRP
2015 Chevrolet Volt Plug-In Hybrid $35,170 $34,483 6/30/2015 5%+
2015 Kia Forte LX $18,315 $17,778 7/6/2015 10%+
2015 Kia Rio Sedan EX $17,815 $17,207 7/6/2015 5%+
2015 Kia Rio 5-door EX $18,015 $17,382 7/6/2015 5%+
2015 Kia Soul + $19,515 $18,731 7/6/2015 5%+
2015 Nissan Versa Note SV $17,155 $16,905 6/30/2015 5%+
2015 Toyota Corolla LE Plus $19,790 $19,048 7/6/2015 5%+

Sedans

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Model name MSRP Invoice Incentive expiration date Potential savings below MSRP
2016 Ford Fusion Hybrid SE $26,815 $25,388 7/6/2015 10%+
2015 Ford Fusion Titanium AWD $33,115 $31,326 6/22/2015 10%+
2015 Hyundai Equus Signature $62,450 $59,029 7/6/2015 10%+
2015 Kia Cadenza Limited $44,625 $41,718 7/6/2015 10%+
2015 Kia Optima SX $26,615 $25,199 7/6/2015 10%+
2015 Mazda6 Touring $25,715 $24,659 6/30/2015 5%+
2015 Toyota Avalon Limited $40,805 $38,024 7/6/2015 5%+
2015 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Limited $42,525 $39,618 7/6/2015 5%+
2015 Toyota Camry XLE 4-cyl $26,975 $25,473 7/6/2015 5%+
2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE $30,805 $29,372 7/6/2015 5%+
2015 Toyota Prius Four $29,260 $28,226 7/6/2015 5%+

 

SUVs

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Model name MSRP Invoice Incentive expiration date Potential savings below MSRP
2015 Dodge Durango AWD Limited $40,490 $39,106 6/30/2015 5%+
2015 Ford Flex SEL AWD $34,945 $33,454 7/6/2015 5%+
2015 GMC Acadia AWD SLT1 $43,745 $42,460 6/30/2015 10%+
2015 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport AWD 2.0T $33,895 $32,501 7/6/2015 5%+
2015 Nissan Rogue SV AWD $26,725 $25,590 6/30/2015 5%+
2015 Toyota RAV4 4X4 XLE $27,525 $26,677 7/6/2015 5%+
2015 Toyota Venza LE 4-cyl AWD $31,400 $29,779 7/6/2015 5%+

Minivans

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Model name MSRP Invoice Incentive expiration date Potential savings below MSRP
2015 Toyota Sienna XLE, 7-Passenger, AWD $38,185 $36,367 7/6/2015 5%+

Wagons

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Model name MSRP Invoice Incentive expiration date Potential savings below MSRP
2015 Toyota Prius V Three $28,885 $27,866 7/6/2015 5%+

Consumer Reports Build & Buy Car Buying Service

When buying a car, in addition to research and reviews, Consumer Reports offers subscribers access to the Build & Buy Car Buying Service at no additional cost. Through this service, a nationwide network of 10,000 participating dealers provide upfront pricing information and a certificate to receive guaranteed savings off MSRP (in most states). The pricing information and guaranteed savings includes eligible incentives. Consumer Reports subscribers have saved an average of $2,919 off MSRP with the Build & Buy Car Buying Service.


   

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