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8 Best Cars to Buy This Spring

US News & World Report - Cars Logo By Matt Rand of US News & World Report - Cars | Slide 1 of 11: Bitter cold and blizzards are in the rearview mirror for most parts of the country, and that’s good news for drivers. If the clear streets and brighter, warmer days make you want to hit the road in a new set of wheels this spring, you’ve come to the right place.
We’ve selected well-ranked cars, trucks, and SUVs that haven’t been selling well lately. However, each of these slow-selling vehicles earn good scores in our U.S. News new car rankings, so you can be sure they offer high quality in addition to good value.
Slow demand means you’re more likely to find generous financing incentives and lease deals, and you’ll have a stronger position to negotiate a price below sticker at the dealership. If you don’t want to haggle on-site, the U.S. News Best Price Program can be an excellent tool for negotiation, giving you locked-in pricing on most new vehicles.
Vehicle scores are constantly updated on our rankings pages based on the latest expert reviews and data, so the scores seen here may vary slightly from the ones in our rankings and reviews. The same can be said about regional deals, so it’s always a good idea to check with your local dealership to see what’s available in your area.
Read on to see the best cars to buy this spring.

Low Demand, Great Deals, High Quality: A Perfect Mix for Car Buyers

Bitter cold and blizzards are in the rearview mirror for most parts of the country, and that’s good news for drivers. If the clear streets and brighter, warmer days make you want to hit the road in a new set of wheels this spring, you’ve come to the right place.

We’ve selected well-ranked cars, trucks, and SUVs that haven’t been selling well lately. However, each of these slow-selling vehicles earn good scores in our U.S. News new car rankings, so you can be sure they offer high quality in addition to good value.

Slow demand means you’re more likely to find generous financing incentives and lease deals, and you’ll have a stronger position to negotiate a price below sticker at the dealership. If you don’t want to haggle on-site, the U.S. News Best Price Program can be an excellent tool for negotiation, giving you locked-in pricing on most new vehicles.

Vehicle scores are constantly updated on our rankings pages based on the latest expert reviews and data, so the scores seen here may vary slightly from the ones in our rankings and reviews. The same can be said about regional deals, so it’s always a good idea to check with your local dealership to see what’s available in your area.

Read on to see the best cars to buy this spring.

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