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Looking for a great deal on a new car this holiday weekend? The Consumer Reports Auto Price Services has analyzed the latest car pricing data, indentifying the best deals in five major cities—Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, and New York—as well as presenting the best nationwide deals.
No matter where you live, Consumer Reports can help you identify the pricing information you need to negotiate a great deal on a new car, factoring local discounts, hidden dealer costs, and even spotlighting local transaction prices, to reveal what others are paying.
Of course, getting a good deal also means buying a good car, one that suits your needs and budget, while offering good performance, safety, and reliability. In other words, a car that meets Consumer Reports’ stringent criteria to be recommended. All cars on our Labor Day lists, and our always-available Best New Car Deals list, achieve that standard.
For convenience, ConsumerReports.org subscribers can use our "Build & Buy" service that lets users to configure a new vehicle online and receive guaranteed, competitive price quotes from up to three dealers in their area who have agreed to meet strict guidelines of conduct. The service is completely free and you are under no obligation to buy.
So, before buying, use the available tools and information to ensure you make a smart, informed choice and net yourself a great deal.