This Week’s Top Car Deals and Reviews – February 18, 2022


Kia EV6 gets huge profit margins. The first edition of the limited-production electric vehicle sees a markup of up to $20,000 amid a global chip shortage.

Honda plans to cap incentives as stocks recover. After deciding to keep inventory on the ground low for efficiency purposes, Honda now intends to keep incentive spend low. This can make it harder to get a new Honda.

Infiniti warns dealers against questionable lease buyout practices. With growing complaints from BBB customers and state attorneys general, Infiniti has issued a stern warning to its dealers about some questionable lease buyout practices.

The best Presidents’ Day car and SUV deals for 2022. We provide updates on the best Presidents Day car and SUV deals. New this week: $750 Cash Ford Trade-In Assistance.

Jeep Grand Cherokee WK vs WL: Who Offers the Best Deal? Both models can offer fantastic deals, but ultimately it depends on whether you’re buying or renting.

2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee WL

The best Presidents’ Day truck deals for 2022. We’re providing updates on the best Presidents Day truck deals ahead of the holidays. New this week are promotional APRs, promotional leases and/or Bonus Cash offers from Ford, Nissan, Jeep and RAM.

Hyundai extends offers on Certified Pre-Owned vehicles to older used cars. Amid ongoing chip shortages, Hyundai has made the decision to extend CPO deals to 2016 model year cars with up to 80,000 miles, making it a bit easier to get into a used car. .

Ford Options Plan residual value for the F-150 Lightning is better than the Mach-E. A higher residual value translates to better deals when leasing. The F-150 Lightning sees better value than the Mustang Mach-E when financing with Ford Options Plan, Ford’s lease-like financing option.


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