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Best Redesigned Cars and SUVs to Buy Now

U.S. News & World Report - Cars Logo By Matt Rand of U.S. News & World Report - Cars | Slide 1 of 9: <p>The latest tech and safety features, upgraded cabin materials, more fuel-efficient engines, and sleeker exterior styling are typically elements that give fully redesigned models lots of appeal. All the media and marketing hype surrounding redesigns and all-new models often results in a sales frenzy for the new models, however, so good deals can be hard to find.</p><p>Not all redesigns fly off dealer lots though. Using industry sales data from <a href="http://www.kbb.com/">Kelley Blue Book</a> and <a href="http://www.autonews.com/">Automotive News</a>, we’ve come up with a list of recently redesigned cars and SUVs that haven’t been so popular over their first several months on the market. Slow demand means you’ll have a good chance of securing a price below sticker at the dealership. Most of the vehicles in this slide show are new for 2017, while a couple came out last year. Still, their fresh designs and advanced technology are likely to grab your attention. So if you want to bring home one of the newest entrants on the automotive market without breaking the bank, this slide show is a great place to start your search.</p>

Slow Demand for These New Models Could Mean Big Savings

The latest tech and safety features, upgraded cabin materials, more fuel-efficient engines, and sleeker exterior styling are typically elements that give fully redesigned models lots of appeal. All the media and marketing hype surrounding redesigns and all-new models often results in a sales frenzy for the new models, however, so good deals can be hard to find.

Not all redesigns fly off dealer lots though. Using industry sales data from Kelley Blue Book and Automotive News, we’ve come up with a list of recently redesigned cars and SUVs that haven’t been so popular over their first several months on the market. Slow demand means you’ll have a good chance of securing a price below sticker at the dealership. Most of the vehicles in this slide show are new for 2017, while a couple came out last year. Still, their fresh designs and advanced technology are likely to grab your attention. So if you want to bring home one of the newest entrants on the automotive market without breaking the bank, this slide show is a great place to start your search.

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