Find Out How To Save Thousands On Dodge and GM Vehicles With Consumer Reports’ New Car Price Guide

New car prices are sky-high. With a global chip shortage and production delays, supply is low. But with many people moving and buying new homes, demand is high. Used car prices are rising and new car prices shot up last month. Few times has car buying been more expensive. But Consumer Reports is here to help. The publication compiled a must-see list of all the manufacturers offering incentives on CR recommended vehicles: The Consumer Reports’ new car price guide.

Stellantis is offering up to 7% off MSRP on certain Dodge and Chrysler cars

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The Dodge and Chrysler cars offered by Stellantis may be older models. But their drivetrains are time-tested, their Uconnect system cutting edge, and their looks timelessly retro. This is why the Charger, Challenger and 300 are all recommended by Consumer Reports. Best of all, Stellantis is offering significant incentives on all three cars, listed in the new car price guide.

Take for example the 2021 Dodge Charger R/T RWD. Dodge equips this sedan with a 5.7-Liter HEMI V8 that makes 370 horsepower and 395 lb-ft of torque. Normally, its manufacturer suggested retail price (MSRP) is $39,125. But through the end of November, Dodge is offering this car at 7%+ off its sticker price. That drops its starting price to $36,387 or lower.

Another Dodge deal is on the 2021 Challenger R/T Scat Pack RWD. This trim level comes with the 6.4-Liter HEMI V8. This means this coupe is rated for 485 horsepower and is available with a manual transmission. Its MSRP is $41,775. But for the month of November, Dodge is slicing 7%+ off its price as well. This means it starts at $38,851 or less.

These Dodge muscle cars’ Chrysler cousin is discounted too. The Chrysler 300 S is a full-size luxury car. Normally, it starts at $39,165. But as part of the Stellantis November incentive, you can save 6%+ on its advertised price. This means it begins at $36,816 or less.

General Motors is offering up to 13% off MSRP on certain Cadillacs and Chevrolets

The 2021 Cadillac XT5 made it onto Consumer Reports' new car price guide | General Motors
2021 Cadillac XT5 | General Motors

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Not to be outdone, General Motors is offering some deep discounts on its products. The vehicles that made Consumer Reports’ new car price guide are not only discounted, but they are recommended by the publication.

One such vehicle is the 2022 Cadillac XT5 Luxury AWD compact SUV. This advanced SUV features a 2.0-Liter 4-cylinder and 9-speed automatic transmission. Thanks to its drivetrain, it maintains 27 MPG on the highway, 21 in the city. Normally, it goes for $45,995. But until January 3rd 2022, General Motors is taking 6%+ off that price. That means this Cadillac starts at $43,236 or less through the holidays.

In addition to the Cadillac XT5, General Motors is offering discounts on its Buick Encore and Envision, its GMC Acadia, and its Chevrolet Equinox. General Motors is offering an unprecedented 13% off the Equinox’s MSRP. You can see Consumer Reports’ entire list below.

Consumer Reports’ new car price guide reveals potential savings on Fords, Hyundais, and Nissans

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Save thousands with Consumer Reports’ new car price guide | H. Armstrong Roberts/Retrofile/Getty Images

There are many other vehicles recommended by Consumer Reports currently enjoying a discount. These include cars such as the Hyundai Elantra and Sonata. The list also includes many crossovers SUVs such as the Ford Edge, Ford Expedition, Hyundai Tucson, and Nissan Murano. Check out the full list:

Vehicle Make & ModelMSRPPotential Savings Off MSRPDeal Deadline
2021 Hyundai Elantra SEL IVT$20,9006%+1/3/2022
2021 Hyundai Sonata SEL$25,8007%+1/3/2022
2021 Dodge Charger R/T RWD$39,1257%+11/30/2021
2021 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack RWD$41,7757%+11/30/2021
2021 Chrysler 300 S RWD$39,1656%+11/30/2021
2021 Buick Encore Preferred AWD$25,2208%+11/30/2021
2022 Buick Envision Essence AWD$37,4006%+11/30/2021
2022 Cadillac XT5 Luxury AWD$45,9956%+1/3/2022
Chevrolet Equinox LT with 1LT AWD$29,20013%+11/30/2021
2022 Ford Edge SEL AWD$37,3455%+1/3/2022
2021 Ford Expedition Max Limited 4WD$67,2255%+11/30/2021
2022 GMC Acadia Denali AWD$48,6007%+11/30/2021
2021 Hyundai Tucson SE AWD$25,1009%+1/3/2022
2021 Nissan Murano SL AWD$41,8607%+11/30/2021

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