If you’re in the market for a
new car, there are a few 4th of July car deals that you won’t want to miss.
Consumer Reports looked at national incentives to find this year’s best 4th of July car deals, as well as the best models worth considering, including
Nissan, Hyundai, Kia and more. In addition to having great deals this weekend, the models on the list also have a strong
Consumer ReportsOverall Score, which factors in road-test performance, reliability, owner satisfaction, and safety.
These nationwide incentives are good until July 6, 2021, and are available for 11 to 22% off the sticker price. There may also be regional deals in the area you live that might be worth looking into.
The best nationwide 4th of July car deals of 2021
2021 Nissan Leaf
This holiday weekend, you can get the 2021 Nissan Leaf SL Plus for 22% off. At a regular price of $43,0920, this means you could potentially save almost $10,000.
The car also has pretty good ratings from Consumer Reports, ranking a 73 out of 100 on its road test, with a predicted reliability rating of 3 out of 5.
Nissan sells two versions of the Leaf electric vehicle. The Leaf SL Plus has a larger battery with an EPA-estimated range of 215 miles.
The 2021 Toyota Avalon Hybrid XLE is normally priced at $37,100, but you could save almost $6,000 with the holiday savings — a 15% savings.
This sedan has a high road test rating, at 93 out of 100, as well as a predicted reliability rating of 3 out of 5.
When it was redesigned in 2019, the Toyota Avalon got nimbler with a plusher ride, and became more fuel-efficient. Consumer Reports notes it’s a sensible alternative to high-priced luxury cars.
The 2021 Kia Sportage LX AWD is available for 12% off this weekend. At a regular price tag of $25,590, that’s about a $3,000 savings.
The SUV has a 78 out of 100 road test rating, and a perfect predicted reliability score at 5 out of 5.
With sporty handling, the Kia Sportage is a competitive small SUV with a roomy interior and improved visibility. Overall, the LX version is a good value, and if you add the Popular package you get a power driver's seat, heated front seats, blind spot warning and rear cross traffic warning.
The 2021 Hyundai Kona SEL AWD is normally priced at $23,700. With an 11% savings this holiday weekend, you could save about $2,500 on the car.
The subcompact SUV has a road test rating of 71 out of 100, and a perfect predicted reliability score at 5 out of 5.
With an inexpensive price tag even before the holiday savings, the Hyundai Kona is a popular choice. Even with its compact proportions, it still has versatility with responsive handling and sharp reflexes.
Celebrate and save this 4th of July weekend
In between your 4th of July barbecue this weekend, take advantage of these and more car deals to get reliable, top-rated vehicles at bargain prices.