Frugal Shopper: Flexible Prices, Unexpected Deals On New Cars

October 5th, 2009

Looking for a good deal on an efficient hybrid? U Äôll probably want the 2010 Honda Insight set near the top of the list as it currently is the most flexible pricing model of a market.

According to the monthly True Trends report, from the pricing information and analysis TrueCar company, the Honda Insight is the highest Flex score, which means he 2010 Honda Insight is the most flexible pricing, Äînot a good sign for one model, all-aos New 2010.

The AOS a bit surprising, since there is no official AOS factory cash incentive on the Insight.

According TrueCar, a 2010 LX Honda Insight, which now labels at $ 20,550, has an average price of $ 19,043 paid. Meanwhile, the 2010 Toyota Prius II Äîthe most affordable of the widely available Prius finish (I later arrived in a Prius model years), Äîhas a sticker of $ 23,550 and the average price of $ 22,052 paid. For the Prius, which includes a $ 1,000 factory incentive.

TrueCar AOS most competitively priced cars, just Äîlooking on vehicles sold at most from retail, some generous factory incentives Äîinclude of $ 3,000 or more on some models. So the AOS is not surprising that many of these, Äîsuch as the 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 2010 Hyundai Sonata and the 2010 Ford Mustang, Äîare is disposed to place all new 2011-to make substitutions.

But the list of flexible-price models is a bit more interesting. In addition to the Insight, other such vehicles, which dealers can be flexible and willing to deal, including the 2010 Toyota Yaris, Nissan Altima, Mazda RX-8 and the Nissan GT-R.

Generally TrueCar assess, shoppers have a better chance of obtaining a discount for the models with the most flexible prices.

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