Consumer Reports Notes These Reliable Cars Are on Sale

As we make our way through 2021, the new cars and SUVs on the market need to be moved off the lot. When that happens, you can benefit from the savings! Are you in the market for a reliable car, truck, or SUV? Check out some of the deals on Toyota, Cadillac, and Nissan automobiles.

Don’t sleep on these sales, though! There is no telling how long these reliable brands might offer a discount.

A luxury SUV option: The Cadillac XT6

A Cadillac XT6 made Consumer Reports list
The Cadillac XT6 three-row crossover SUV made the list of Consumer Reports cars and SUVs | Bill Pugliano/Getty Images

The 2021 Cadillac XT6 is a luxury midsized SUV. In fact, it came in at 13 out of a list of 21. On the road test, Consumer Reports gave the XT6 a respectable 82/100. However, it only scored one out of five on predicted reliability.

Priced between $47,995 and $57,195, this three-row SUV is a bit on the expensive side. While the XT6 has some solid features, it might be priced out of some potential buyer’s budgets. This SUV also has the highest fuel cost, coming in at $1,625.

It is currently 11% off, leaving room for a savings of around $5,600. That would still make the 2021 Cadillac XT6 around $47,000.

The reliable car: Toyota Camry

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The Toyota Camry is on every list. Consumer Reports ranked the Camry number one on the list of midsize cars. Getting an overall 47 miles per gallon, the Camry is a reliable choice. With that 47 miles in mind, the annual fuel cost was $900.

With a score of 88 overall and a 66 on the road test, we don’t blame you for wanting this car. The predicted reliability received a perfect five out of five. The owner satisfaction came in at a four.

With its improved fuel economy over the 2020 version or the standard Toyota safety features, this Toyota sale won’t last long. The average savings were just over $2,700 for a total over $24,400.

Tiny but mighty: A Chevrolet Bolt

The 2021 Chevrolet Bolt has incredible fuel economy. Think you need a Tesla to travel 200 miles on a single charge? Think again. The Bolt gets an overall mileage of 119 miles. That’s 128 in the city and 110 on the highway.

The hatchback has room for five and a fairly quiet cabin. Priced between $36,500 and $41,700, the Bolt came in at number one on the electric vehicle list (even ahead of the Tesla Model 3).

With a potential tax rebate and almost 10% off, the average transaction price is brought down to just over $38,000.

Budget-friendly: The 2021 Nissan Versa

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The 2021 Nissan Versa is a subcompact car with good fuel economy. At 32 miles per gallon combined and an annual fuel cost of $895, the Versa won’t break the bank. It came in first out of six on the subcompact cars list.

Consumer Reports gave the 2021 Versa an overall score of 62. It scored a 61 on the road test but came in three out of five on predicted reliability. The Versa is a little smaller, so it might not be the right fit for bigger families.

Currently, with the sale, the savings would come in around $1,200. The average transaction price for the Versa is $15,350.

Old faithful: The 2021 Toyota Avalon

The 2021 Toyota Avalon came in first on the list of large cars. It gets an overall 41 miles per gallon and 32 in the city. The annual fuel cost is fairly low at $690.

It came in with a score of 88 and a 93 on the road test. The predicted reliability was a three out of five. A comfortable and reliable ride, which is what we expect out of a Toyota car.

The Avalon has room for five and has a few engine types to choose from. With a savings of around $2,900, you can snag this year’s model for just over $33,000.