The holidays might be just around the corner, but automakers are feeling none too generous with incentives — at least relative to recent history. J.D. Power and Associates forecasted that October would mark the fourth month in a row for new-car discounts to fall, year-over-year, with average discounts at $3,742 per car; that’s down $143 from October 2017. Still, automakers eked out a 0.4 percent increase in total October sales, per Automotive News.
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Unsurprisingly, the pickings for November discounts were slimmer than usual, with many would-be candidates offering steep discounts only for select trim levels, certain regions or hard-to-find outgoing model years. We focused on cars with widespread discounts available to most shoppers.
See our picks below: