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U.S. News & World Report Identifies the 8 Best Cars to Buy Now



WASHINGTON, Oct. 6, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- U.S. News & World Report, the global authority in rankings and consumer advice, today unveiled October's list of the Best Cars to Buy Now. To make U.S. News' monthly list, a car has to meet three criteria: declining sales, strong manufacturer incentives and excellent scores in the U.S. News Best Cars rankings.

U.S. News & World Report Logo. (PRNewsFoto/U.S. News Media Group)

"When it comes to bad cars, there's no such thing as a good deal," says Jamie Page Deaton, managing editor of U.S. News Best Cars. "We've combed through the hundreds of car deals available this month to highlight cars that receive good reviews from industry experts and have excellent financing or leasing incentives, so you can feel confident in your purchase."

This month, U.S. News Best Cars has identified eight cars and SUVs that not only offer hefty savings, but are also a pleasure to own.

October 2017: The Best Cars to Buy Now

Model

U.S. News Best Cars
Rankings Score
(Out of 10)

Available Deal

Chevrolet Sonic

8.6

0% financing for up to five years or $500
cash back

Hyundai Sonata

8.7

$6,750 cash back on gas-only models,
$3,500 cash back on hybrid and plug-in
hybrid models. Lease gas-only models for
$179 per month for three years with
$2,199 due at signing, hybrid models for
$229 per month for three years with
$2,199 due at signing, and plug-in hybrid
models for $289 per month for three years
with $1,699 due at signing.

Mazda6

8.5

0% financing for up to five years with
$1,000 cash back or take $2,500 cash back

Toyota Prius

8.6

0% financing for up to five years or lease
at $209 per month for three years with
$3,199 due at signing

Nissan Altima

8.4

0% financing for up to five years plus
$1,800 cash back or lease at $169 per
month for three years with
$3,749 due at signing

Porsche Cayenne

8.9

Lease for $749 per month for three years
with $6,899 due at signing

Ford Expedition

8.4

1.9% financing for five years or $3,000
cash back

Kia Sorento

8.7

0% financing for five years or $2,000 cash
back or lease at $229 per month for two
years with $2,799 due at signing

The cars on the list of U.S. News Best Cars to Buy Now have an average year-over-year sales decline of more than 21 percent, which is well over the roughly 4 percent sales decline the industry as a whole has seen so far in 2017. The Best Cars to Buy Now list also takes advantage of rising incentive spending, with low interest rates and cash back offers, as well as lease deals. Finally, all cars on the list have an overall score of at least 8.4 (out of 10) in the U.S. News Best Cars rankings.

Deals listed are from manufacturers' sites using representative ZIP codes. Deals may vary depending on location, the buyer's credit score and other factors. Deals are valid through October 31, 2017, according to manufacturers' sites. In some cases, they extend to November 2017.

Since 2007, U.S. News Best Cars, the automotive channel of U.S. News & World Report, has published rankings of the majority of new vehicles sold in America. Each year, U.S. News also publishes the Best Cars awards, including Best Vehicle Brands, Best Cars for the Money and Best Cars for Families. U.S. News Best Cars had more than 65 million visitors over the past year, with the majority actively shopping for a car. Eighty percent of active shoppers reported that the U.S. News Best Cars site influenced their car purchasing decision.

About U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report is a digital news and information company that empowers people to make better, more informed decisions about important issues affecting their lives. Focusing on Education, Health, Personal Finance, Real Estate, Travel, Cars and News & Opinion, www.usnews.com provides consumer advice, rankings, news and analysis to serve people making complex decisions throughout all stages of life. More than 30 million people visit www.usnews.com each month for research and guidance. Founded in 1933, U.S. News is headquartered in Washington, D.C.

SOURCE U.S. News & World Report


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