Best 2016 Models to Consider Now
As we head into fall car dealers are eager to make deals on outgoing 2016 model year vehicles to make room for the new 2017 model year. There are loads of deals to be had and AutoBuying101.com can help you find the best prices on any new vehicle you might desire but some of the best deals you’ll find are on vehicles that will be discontinued this year or completely redesigned for 2017.
Five 2016 Vehicles to Consider Buying Now:
2016 Buick Lacrosse – The mid-sized Buick Lacrosse isn’t going anywhere but it is getting a redesign for 2017. This attractive, roomy, luxury sedan is perfect for those that want a V6 but don’t want to hand over the cash for European luxury brands. MSRP starts just over $30K and now you can find 2016 models for thousands less.
2016 Chrysler 200 – Just when the redesigned Chrysler 200 was finding its place in the market, Fiat Chrysler has decided that 2016 will be the last year for the 200. With prices starting at just over $22,000 the 200 has faced heavy competition from mid-sized imports.
2016 Kia Cadenza – Larger and more powerful than the top selling and top rated Optima, the Cadenza is getting a redesign for 2017 to reduce weight and improve handling. The 2016 is still a lot of luxury sedan for the money with prices starting at just over $30,000 and plenty of incentives.
2016 Mercedes-Benz E-Class – The Mercedes E-Class is long overdue for a redesign with the current model having been introduced in 2010. The good news for car shoppers is that you can save up to $10,000 from MSRP on remaining 2016 models and lower prices also mean better lease deals.
2016 Toyota Highlander – The Highlander is another vehicle overdue for a refresh. This mid-size SUV is available with 3 different powertrain choices and four trim levels. The V6 and Hybrid models offer the most power and towing capabilities. The only downside is that dealers are well stocked with 2016 models so the savings aren’t as great as some of the other vehicles on this list.
The Dodge Dart will also be discontinued after this year as Fiat Chrysler has decided to invest more in the Jeep and RAM brands going forward. In addition, Toyota has discontinued the Scion brand with the Scion iA, iM and FR-S getting Toyota badging in 2017 as the Yaris iA, Corolla iM, and Toyota 86, respectively. For great deals on these and any other vehicles you desire, let AutoBuying101.com help you compare dealer quotes and find the best prices.