When to buy cars can drive some of us up the wall. There are so many little tricks and techniques for buying a car that it can sometimes be overwhelming to decide #FOMO. I’m afraid this intro might be a little misleading. This article won’t help you get a good deal on a sensible crossover. No, this list is only for spending unnecessary money on fancy luxury and sports cars you don’t need; the fun stuff. That’s what Black Friday is all about, right? It may be safe to say that saving money this year is likely to carry a little more weight than normal.
There are few sports cars and luxury SUVs on this Black Friday list
Based on a report from Cars Direct, several new luxury and sports cars can be found at massive savings. Of course, depending on location and supply, it may be hard to know exactly what’s available, but if you have the mean, there could be some great opportunities to buy something fun that might help assuage the suck of 2020. According to Motor1, the average savings on this list is $7,600.
The Jaguar F-type
We might as we’ll start off with the big winner: the Jaguar F-Type. Luckily the Black Friday deal only applies to the 575-hp, supercharged V8 version of the Jag. The British marque is offering this beautiful, snarling big cat to current jag owners or something comparable, a $10,000 discount. On top of that, there is an additional $6,000 open to any buyer. That makes it possible to get a cool $16,000 off the MSRP on this raucous sports cat. Jaguar is also offering.
The Maserati Quattroporte
Yep. The fancy parade continues. Maseratti is keeping the heavy-deals express chugging down the tracks by offering a $12,000 incentive to anyone who might enjoy blasting the streets in their Italian, pedigreed sports car. Maserati is also offering 1.49-percent financing across the board. Though models can vary slightly, owning a Maserati (and getting $12,000 off) has got to feel pretty good.
The 2020 Acura MDX
Since Acura has the 2021 model coming, the previous year’s is now getting its prices slashed. I know it sounds like a local used car lot dealership, but Acura is cutting the price for the 2020 MDX by $10,100. There is an unadvertised $8,600 bill sitting on the table. There is also a $1,500 conquest bonus (whatever that means), according to Motor1. The MDX is an up-scale crossover with power and grace. Even when I try only to include fun senseless cars, crossovers still find a way in.
Across the board, BMW is offering discounts on its wares. The deal of the day is low financing incentives and even some price discounts. Motor1 points out that the 2021 BMX X7 can be discounted up to $3,900 and feature 1.9-percent financing. The BMW X7 might be a bit on the flashier end of things than the Acura MDX, but it is still a super useable SUV with a bit of grunt.
Black Friday hope
As the year winds downs and car buying slows, we may see even more great deals like this around Black Friday. The car market, like everything else this year, has been a topsy-turvy mess of uncertainly. With any luck, we can get through the end of the year safely and maybe with a decent deal on a new whip.