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The Best 0 APR Purchase Deals for July 2018

U.S. News & World Report - Cars Logo By Kristen Hall-Geisler of U.S. News & World Report - Cars | Slide 1 of 11: This month, you can find deals as hot as the weather. Conventional wisdom says that summer is a less-than-ideal time to buy a car, since it’s the busiest season and salespeople are under less pressure to negotiate a great deal. But several manufacturers are offering zero-percent financing on popular and brand-new models, which means no matter what price you land on for the car that fits your needs, you won’t be paying extra in interest over the life of the loan. Some are even offering a rebate on top of the no-interest incentive.If you’re really looking to pinch pennies, keep in mind that sales of sedans are lower than they’ve been in decades. You can probably get a great price – as well as a zero-percent APR loan – on a practical 2018 Toyota Corolla or a sporty 2018 Dodge Challenger. Small SUVs are gaining traction for their versatility, and there are several deals on these popular vehicles too, from the redesigned 2018 Chevy Equinox to the all-new 2018 Nissan Kicks.Financing deals vary by location, so make sure you check with your local dealership to see if they’re offering a zero-percent car loan incentive. Availability can also depend on the credit score of the buyer.We update our scores as new information becomes available. Any rankings mentioned in this slideshow might not match those found in the reviews.Read on to see the best auto loans with a zero-percent interest rate on the market.

Finance a Great Car With No Interest

This month, you can find deals as hot as the weather. Conventional wisdom says that summer is a less-than-ideal time to buy a car, since it’s the busiest season and salespeople are under less pressure to negotiate a great deal. But several manufacturers are offering zero-percent financing on popular and brand-new models, which means no matter what price you land on for the car that fits your needs, you won’t be paying extra in interest over the life of the loan. Some are even offering a rebate on top of the no-interest incentive.

If you’re really looking to pinch pennies, keep in mind that sales of sedans are lower than they’ve been in decades. You can probably get a great price—as well as a zero-percent APR loan—on a practical 2018 Toyota Corolla or a sporty 2018 Dodge Challenger. Small SUVs are gaining traction for their versatility, and there are several deals on these popular vehicles too, from the redesigned 2018 Chevy Equinox to the all-new 2018 Nissan Kicks.

Financing deals vary by location, so make sure you check with your local dealership to see if they’re offering a zero-percent car loan incentive. Availability can also depend on the credit score of the buyer.

We update our scores as new information becomes available. Any rankings mentioned in this slideshow might not match those found in the reviews.

Read on to see the best auto loans with a zero-percent interest rate on the market.

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