How things change. As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, automakers since early March have had to shift from potential manufacturing plant closures and supply chain disruptions to indefinite hiatuses for both. Dealers have had to pivot in many places from on-the-lot selling to online transactions thanks to shelter-in-place and stay-at-home orders. And shoppers have to navigate these changes, too — but the good news is that April incentives may be easier to come by than in years past. With sales down almost uniformly across brands, dealers may be more eager than usual to cut a deal.
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So, which cars are worth a closer look? If you’re on a tight budget and just need wheels to get from A to B, check out our list of recommended cheap new and used cars first. But if it’s simply a serious discount you seek, scroll on for more.