The top two new car discounts for September are both domestic model discounts. The Chevy was set to go out of production until it wasn’t, and now the company is getting rid of the old models to make room for the next. The Dodge has not received such a respite, but the company still needs to make a place for the future.
As we mentioned last month, just 2023 models remained to be sold off. We were shocked to see a 2022 model on the list this month. Keep reading for more information on the greatest new car offers for September.
Volvo S60 Recharge
The S60 Recharge is still eligible for another month for Volvo’s best new car bargain. The plug-in hybrid sedan is offered with a $7,500 reduction through Volvo Car Financial Services off the lease cost for the 2023 and now 2024 models.
Savings of 14.6 percent apply to the 2023 S60 Recharge Core Dark, a variation of the base model. The nationwide campaign will now run until October 2.
Even if the 2023 S60 has improved, the PHEV vehicles need some assistance to start selling. Another superbly styled Volvo with exceptional build quality and amenities. However, the T8 models have tires that limit handling, resulting in a less-than-sophisticated ride.
Chevrolet Bolt EV
There are still 2022s; what gives? The initial price of the 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EV subcompact hatchback might be reduced by $5,000 thanks to GM Customer Cash; in the case of the base Bolt LT, that translates to a 15.9% reduction.
The Bolt Premier trim level is also included in the $5,000 offer. The national initiative ends on October 2.
We’re not surprised that Chevrolet opted to lower the pricing of the 2022 models to compete after deciding to reduce the price of the 2023 Bolt and Bolt EUV by roughly $6,000.
Although 2022 has been so well received that GM has changed its mind on the future of the affordable EV, it is more surprising that there are still 2022s available to take advantage of the deal.
Although the Chevy’s poor interior materials won’t wow and its range isn’t close to 300 miles, buyers who aren’t interested in an EV costing more than $40,000 may want to consider the Chevy.
Dodge’s nationwide deal knocks $5,990 off the cost of every variant of the full-size Charger sedan for 2023. You can buy the car now and secure the discount thanks to the so-called Sold Order Incentive, even if delivery occurs after the deal ends.
Thanks to the discount, the Charger SXT base model can be purchased with the program for 17.5 percent less. The agreement is up on February 29, 2024.
Dodge wants to make sure there is enough space on dealer lots for the sedan’s all-electric replacement because this year is the last year for the Charger.
The automaker is making agreements because of this. The Charger’s powerful, booming V-8 engines and user-friendly infotainment system will be missed. We won’t miss its subpar safety ratings or the fact that all-wheel drive is only available with the V-6.
Hyundai Ioniq 6
This new car deal offers Savings on the 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 electric sedan. The most expensive Limited trim level has been added to the terms, along with leases and purchases.
The offer’s savings have also increased. Buyers may be entitled to a $7,500 reduction or 18% off the SE standard range RWD cost. It was only $5,000 last month. The national initiative ends on October 2.
Hyundai, like other automakers in this country, offers discounts to consumers in places where the government won’t.
The Ioniq 6’s final assembly is done in South Korea, so the electric sedan is not eligible for the federal tax credit for clean vehicles. With this arrangement, the rebate is covered, and the price of the Tesla Model 3 is now more competitive.
The Ioniq 6 stands out from the competition visually and offers a commendable range of engine options and an eco-friendly cabin.
Hyundai showed bravery by introducing a new car in a market dominated by SUVs. The car can’t quite decide if it’s a mainstream EV or something more upmarket, and its trunk is on the short side.
With a significant reduction from Toyota, the Mirai fuel cell sedan is the greatest new car value. If you finance with Toyota Financial Services, the company has a Bonus Cash offer that may save you $30,000, or more than 45% off the cost of the top-of-the-line Mirai Limited model.
It was $25,000 under the previous conditions of this deal. Using the same scheme, the less expensive XLE model qualifies for a $22,000 reduction. The offer only applies to the Los Angeles area and ends on October 3.
There hasn’t yet been a groundswell of early adopters for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, typically due to limited availability (the Mirai is exclusively offered in California) and a spotty refueling infrastructure.
Nowadays, people also frequently choose SUVs over sedans. The company has set the Mirai’s price to move for whatever reason. The car’s strong range, smooth ride, and authentic style have won us over.