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September's Best Sports Car Deals

U.S. News & World Report - Cars Logo By Steven Loveday of U.S. News & World Report - Cars | Slide 1 of 10: <p>What’s stopping you from getting into the <a href="https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/rankings/sports-cars">sports car</a> you’ve always desired? Most people would probably say the price is the biggest deterrent. It might be difficult to justify spending too much, especially if the vehicle will serve as your second car or is only used seasonally. However, what if you could get a fantastic deal?</p><p>Automakers are moving 2017 inventory to make way for 2018 models, which are already arriving in showrooms. This means lower prices, impressive financing rates, and longer terms. It’s also nearing the end of ideal sports car weather in some markets, so dealers are even more eager to clean house. If there’s a best time to buy the sports car of your dreams, that time is now.</p><p>What if you could secure $2,500 cash back on the purchase of a <a href="https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/ford/mustang/2017">Ford Mustang</a>? Chevrolet is offering the <a href="https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/chevrolet/camaro/2017">Camaro</a> with zero percent financing or $2,000 bonus cash. Sports cars like the <a href="https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/mazda/mx-5-miata/2017">Mazda Miata RF</a> and the <a href="https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/toyota/86/2017">Toyota 86</a> are currently available with 1.9 percent financing rates and long terms.</p><p>Read through the following slideshow to learn about the best sports car purchase deals for the month of September.</p>

Outstanding Purchase Deals on New Sports Cars This September

What’s stopping you from getting into the sports car you’ve always desired? Most people would probably say the price is the biggest deterrent. It might be difficult to justify spending too much, especially if the vehicle will serve as your second car or is only used seasonally. However, what if you could get a fantastic deal?

Automakers are moving 2017 inventory to make way for 2018 models, which are already arriving in showrooms. This means lower prices, impressive financing rates, and longer terms. It’s also nearing the end of ideal sports car weather in some markets, so dealers are even more eager to clean house. If there’s a best time to buy the sports car of your dreams, that time is now.

What if you could secure $2,500 cash back on the purchase of a Ford Mustang? Chevrolet is offering the Camaro with zero percent financing or $2,000 bonus cash. Sports cars like the Mazda Miata RF and the Toyota 86 are currently available with 1.9 percent financing rates and long terms.

Read through the following slideshow to learn about the best sports car purchase deals for the month of September.

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