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8 Best Cars to Buy Now

US News & World Report - Cars Logo By Kevin Linder of US News & World Report - Cars | Slide 1 of 11: Smart shoppers know that ever-changing prices, along with fluctuating demand and special offers from dealers, make timing very important when buying a car. Therefore, it’s valuable to know when certain factors align in your favor.When that great car you’ve been eyeing is experiencing a sales downturn, that is often when buyer-friendly deals are offered. In the midst of the holiday season, now is exactly that time for a lot of great vehicles, like the new 2019 BMW X5 (pictured above).To help shoppers, we have identified some well-ranked cars and SUVs that aren’t the hottest sellers at the moment. Slow demand suggests you might have a good shot at bargaining for a price below sticker, and manufacturers often offer great financing incentives and lease deals to help entice shoppers on the edge.The scores on our site are regularly updated based on new data, so bear in mind that the U.S. News scores shown here may vary slightly from the sores on our rankings pages. It is also a good idea to check with dealerships in your area, as deals can be subject to regional variation.Click through the following pages to see the best slow-selling cars on the market.

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

Smart shoppers know that ever-changing prices, along with fluctuating demand and special offers from dealers, make timing very important when buying a car. Therefore, it’s valuable to know when certain factors align in your favor.

When that great car you’ve been eyeing is experiencing a sales downturn, that is often when buyer-friendly deals are offered. In the midst of the holiday season, now is exactly that time for a lot of great vehicles, like the new 2019 BMW X5 (pictured above).

To help shoppers, we have identified some well-ranked cars and SUVs that aren’t the hottest sellers at the moment. Slow demand suggests you might have a good shot at bargaining for a price below sticker, and manufacturers often offer great financing incentives and lease deals to help entice shoppers on the edge.

The scores on our site are regularly updated based on new data, so bear in mind that the U.S. News scores shown here may vary slightly from the sores on our rankings pages. It is also a good idea to check with dealerships in your area, as deals can be subject to regional variation.

Click through the following pages to see the best slow-selling cars on the market.

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