Thanksgiving Weekend marks the high time for Black Friday sales at car dealerships. Car dealers have discovered Black Friday a couple years ago.
The Black Friday 2015 car deals have been on offer all month long, but it is the Thanksgiving weekend when most car buyers head to dealerships to snag a deal on a new ride. Researchers already predict that the Black Friday sale on cars is going to boost sales by 3.9%.
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The Black Friday Car Sales events have gained traction over the past couple of years. In the beginning it was creative local car dealers that offered Black Friday deals on cars. The big car brands picked up Black Friday for national advertising campaigns last year.
This year the first Car Black Friday 2015 deals have been offered since Nov 1. Chevrolet, GMC and others are offering Black Friday deals on their cars all month long. This gave car buyers more time to make a decision. In the end, most consumers are hitting car dealerships this weekend to find a Black Friday deal on a car.
The advertised car deals inlcude the deals described below.
The Chevrolet Black Friday 2015 deals are up to 20% of MSRP cash back on select 2015 models in stock. Qualifying models for the 20% cash back deal include 2015 Malibu LT, 2015 Cruze LT and 2015 Camaro SS. Qualified buyers can get 0% APR financing for 72 months on all 2015 Silverado 1500s. The details of the Chevrolet Black Friday 2015 sale are available on the Chevrolet site.
The Ford Friends & Neighbors Black Friday 2015 sales event is a long running sales that feature various deals depending on the specific vehicle. The 2015 Ford Fusion comes for instance with extra $750 Black Friday Retail Bonus Customer Cash on top of other current discounts. Ford offers a search for Black Friday deals for each Ford car on ford.com.
New 2015 Jeep Cherokee Latitude, Limited and Trailhawk vehicles are offered with 0% APR financing for up to 75 months plus $500 bonus cash on select Cherokee models purchased before November 30th in the Jeep Black Friday 2015 sale. Qualifying cars can be found on the Jeep site.
The GMC Black Friday 2015 sale offers 15% of MSRP Cash Back on selected 2015 GMC Sierra 1500, 2015 GMC Acadia and 2015 GMC Terrain. The specific cars qualifying for Black Friday can be found here.
BMW offers up to a credit of up to $6,500 on select BMW models in November. See the details on bmwusa.com. We expect additional BMW Black Friday 2015 deals for the Thanksgiving week.
Volkswagen does not advertise a Black Friday deal, but currently offers a Sign and Drive event. You pay $0 down, and $0 first month lease. If you switch car brands, Volkswagen gives you a $1,000 bonus. Negotiating at Volkswagen should lead to the biggest savings due to the huge emissions scandal. See the details on vw.com.
Nissan's Black Friday 2015 deals include up to $3,275 off MSRP on a new 2015 Nissan Altima. The 2015 Nissan Rogue comes with a 0.0% APR offer for 60 months.
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With big purchases like cars it always makes sense to negotiate and compare prices.There is always a better deal with a car dealer.