• Used Cars Louisville Guy99 avatar Used Cars Louisville Guy99 Posted: 1/13/2012 9:00pm PST

    If you do your research for what you are buying and look around instead of buying the first thing you see then you can get a new vehicle for a cheaper price then what the asking price is.

  • UsedCarsLouisvilleGuy99 avatar UsedCarsLouisvilleGuy99 Posted: 1/9/2012 4:04pm PST

    It goes to show if you look and research, you can get a new vehicle cheaper than what the normal asking price is.

  • Damien Thomas Posted: 2/17/2010 8:00pm PST

    A lot of these models are being replaced this year but the XC70 - I definitely wouldn't mind one of those.

  • fb_1503038935 avatar Jacky Posted: 2/17/2010 1:19pm PST

    Hyundai Sonata (sedan) – 17%
    That is a BIG number...

  • Bagley Expected Posted: 2/17/2010 1:17pm PST

    Five of your seven are old to ancient (Ranger, Grand Cherokee, Cobalt, C70, Sienna) and three of 'em (Grand Cherokee, Cobalt, Sienna) already have replacements announced.
    The Sonata also has a replacement shown, and it's victim of Hyundai's insane volume-at-any-cost management mentality, which has seen something like 5 CEOs in as many years.
    I too am surprised at the XC70, but it's DAMNED expensive given Sweden and the exchange rate.
    The Ranger, however, will soldier on and on and on. One of your articles even pointed out that Mark Fields said a lot of 'em are bought by people who want rock-bottom transport:
    So it could live on forever that way ....

  • Allan Posted: 2/17/2010 12:06pm PST

    Yeah I thought Volvo had a pretty good reputation now. Why so far below retail?

  • Eric Berlin Posted: 2/17/2010 12:01pm PST

    Pretty good excuse / final reason to grab a Hummer if one were debating...

  • Fizz Posted: 2/17/2010 11:50am PST

    I love these kinds of articles but what do these deep discounts do to pricing integrity?

  • tyu Posted: 2/17/2010 11:45am PST

    With the hit Toyota is taking, I am sure that the next incarnation of this list will include more toyotas