I've found you are more likely to get a deal on new cars when they are left over from the previous year. For instance, you can get a good deal on a 2014 a couple of months after the 2015 models come out. The closer to the end of the year, likely the better the deal. especially if the inventory is high.
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If you are purchasing a used vehicle that is less than $6000 & intend to pay cash the best time to buy a vehicle is now or after May. Tax return season is upon us. Used cars in the price range of $2000 to $6000 are generally $200 to $500 higher after the end of January. Cars in this price range bring more money both at auction and/or off the dealerships that wholesale their trade-ins directly to dealers....those costs are ultimately passed on to consumers. Last year we sold 78 vehicles in February and 35 in March because it isn't possible to replace inventory at an affordable price. Normally we average 55 to 60 sales or trades per month throughout the year. Since 2007 we have sold 70+ during February of each year. Information is based on 38 years experience. (Trends based on tax season are based on the last 10 years.)