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12 Best Car Deals This November

US News & World Report - Cars Logo By John M. Vincent of US News & World Report - Cars | Slide 1 of 15: 
 Not only are the days getting shorter, so is the time you have left to get a great deal on a new 2019 vehicle. Automakers and their dealers are offering an abundance of financing and cash back offers this November as they rush to sell the remaining 2019s.  


 The car deals available include cash back and percent-off incentives that lower the price you have to pay for the car, truck, or SUV. Financing offers reduce or eliminate the amount of money you'll pay in interest over the life of your car loan. The best new car deals have both financing and cash back. Some of the most generous combination financing and bonus cash deals this month include offers on the
 
  2019 Infiniti QX80
 
 ,
 
  2019 Kia Sorento
 
 , and
 
  2019 Chrysler Pacifica
 
 . 


 There are several offers available with massive amounts of cash back. Cadillac is offering an $8,000 rebate on the aging
 
  2019 Cadillac Escalade
 
 . The sales battle in the full-size pickup segment has Ram offering as much as $9,000 cash back on the
 
  2019 Ram 1500
 
 in some parts of the country. 


 Many shoppers don't realize that a financing offer can save you thousands of dollars by the time the loan is paid off. There are great financing offers this month on the
 
  2019 Hyundai Santa Fe
 
 2-row SUV, the
 
  2019 Nissan Titan
 
 pickup, and the
 
  2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata
 
 roadster.  


 Most deals are limited to specific regions, trim levels, or portion of dealer stock and are only available to consumers with credit scores that meet certain thresholds. Save yourself some time before you head to the dealership by checking with an online sales consultant or using our
 
  Best Price Program
 
 to ensure that you're considering the best offer available. 


 Several of November's best car deals are outlined on the following pages. Many expire around the second of December, though some are good until the end of the year. You don't want to delay, though, as once the 2019s are gone, dealers won't be getting any more.

Save Money with One of November’s Best Car Deals

Not only are the days getting shorter, so is the time you have left to get a great deal on a new 2019 vehicle. Automakers and their dealers are offering an abundance of financing and cash back offers this November as they rush to sell the remaining 2019s.  

The car deals available include cash back and percent-off incentives that lower the price you have to pay for the car, truck, or SUV. Financing offers reduce or eliminate the amount of money you'll pay in interest over the life of your car loan. The best new car deals have both financing and cash back. Some of the most generous combination financing and bonus cash deals this month include offers on the 2019 Infiniti QX80 , 2019 Kia Sorento , and 2019 Chrysler Pacifica

There are several offers available with massive amounts of cash back. Cadillac is offering an $8,000 rebate on the aging 2019 Cadillac Escalade . The sales battle in the full-size pickup segment has Ram offering as much as $9,000 cash back on the 2019 Ram 1500 in some parts of the country. 

Many shoppers don't realize that a financing offer can save you thousands of dollars by the time the loan is paid off. There are great financing offers this month on the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe 2-row SUV, the 2019 Nissan Titan pickup, and the 2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata roadster.  

Most deals are limited to specific regions, trim levels, or portion of dealer stock and are only available to consumers with credit scores that meet certain thresholds. Save yourself some time before you head to the dealership by checking with an online sales consultant or using our Best Price Program to ensure that you're considering the best offer available. 

Several of November's best car deals are outlined on the following pages. Many expire around the second of December, though some are good until the end of the year. You don't want to delay, though, as once the 2019s are gone, dealers won't be getting any more.

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