Digital automotive market leader and solutions provider Cars.com found that 44% of car buyers in the market plan to buy this July 4th weekend. Of these buyers, 53% intend to purchase a vehicle based in the United States.
“As the pandemic threat abates, we are seeing some interesting ripple effects,” said Kelsey mays, editor of Cars.com for consumers. âThere is an inventory shortage that is pushing people long distances to find the vehicle of their choice, a vacation resurgence with more domestic car travel and the standardization of in-person shopping with a continued focus on ‘the local purchase “to support the US economy.”
July 4th Deals on Top-Manufactured Vehicles in the United States
Cars.com recently released its 2021 American-Made Index (AMI), which features 90 cars that contribute the most to the U.S. economy based on criteria ranging from jobs in U.S. factories and manufacturing plants to procurement. in pieces. The index gives buyers information to buy the most manufactured vehicles in the United States and direct their economic impact closer to home.
Incentives for some of the best vehicles in AMI 2021 include:
One of four Honda Models in the MAI’s top 10, the Alabama-built Passport SUV ranks 9th on this year’s list. Rare for Honda, the Passport comes with a down payment of $ 1,250 or rental assistance. Alternatively, creditworthy buyers can obtain 0% financing for 36 months from Honda’s finance arm.
- Factory rebate: $ 1,250
- Approximate price after savings: $ 32,500 to $ 48,500
- Approximate Factory Savings: 3-4%
- Offer ends: July 6
The Alabama-built midsize sedan landed No. 39 on the AMI list, and Hyundai currently offers $ 1,500 to $ 2,000 in most markets, depending on trim level.
Buyers who finance at standard rates through Hyundai can get an additional $ 500 in most areas. Alternately…