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2014 Luxury Car Rebates

June 18th, 2014

Historically, rebates on luxury cars are few and far between. But in 2014, Luxury cars are stepping up their rebates and incentives to compete with rest of the automakers in the non-luxury classes. Below is a list we compiled most of the luxury automakers and the amazing new vehicle rebates and incentives they are offering in the New Year! Get your FREE quotes from and verify if our results are applicable in your area.

Up to 750 cash back incentives and manufacturer financing from 0.9%.

Manufacturer financing as low as 1.9%.

Up to $3000 in rebates and incentives for 2013 models and up to $1500 for 2014 models. Financing from 2.9%.

Up to $3000 in rebates and incentives on 2013 Escalades and up to $2000 in rebates on 2014 Escalades. Financing as low as 1.9%.

Up to $1000 in rebates and incentives on 2013 models and up to $750 on 2014 models.

Up to $3000 in rebates and incentives on the 2014 Jaguar XK and financing as low as 1.9%.

Up to $750 in rebates and incentives on certain 2013 and 2014 Lexus models and financing as low as 1.9%.

Mercedes Benz
Mercedes has stepped their incentives for 2014, offering up to $1000 in rebates and incentives on the 2014 M-Class models, up to $2000 in incentives on the 2014 C, GLK and SLK Classes, up to $3000 off the 2014 CLS-Class, and up to $4000 on the 2014 E-Class.

Remember to verify these deals with your local dealerships at

Cheapest Places To Buy A Tesla Outside The U.S.

June 11th, 2014

Are you in the market to go fully electric? Do you want the style and class that goes with a Tesla? Most people who are purchasing a high end EV are more concerned with the Tesla’s effect on the environment and not the effect on their bank accounts, but if you are a penny-pinching millionaire, here are a few places to get the best price on a new Tesla.

Bloomberg Rankings recently computed the prices in 17 countries where the Tesla Model S is currently sold. It ranked the places based on value of the vehicle without sales tax and converted to U.S. dollars for measurement.

The best place to buy a Tesla outside of the U.S. is the U.K.. With a price of $84,199, it is still 32% more expensive than buying it here in the U.S. Belgium, Italy and The Netherlands were in the middle of the pack with regard to price at $90,610. The worst place to buy a Tesla was in China, where the price was a whopping $103,715, 63% more than purchasing here in the U.S.

Find the price of a Tesla Model S near you by heading to today and get a price quote!

Morgan Stanley Drops Price Target on General Motors

April 10th, 2014

General Motors has taken quite a few deserved punches lately and it was delivered a final blow today. Morgan Stanley downgraded GM’s price target to a feeble $33/share from $49/share. Analyst Adam Jones remarked that the industry beginning a period of progressive technology change, due to the potential of electronic and self-driving vehicles in the near future. This downgrade is basically stating that GM will not be nimble enough to keep up during this transition. Jones stated that companies like Tesla were much more prepared to thrive in the upcoming years with the technological paradigm shift since it has its pick of engineers to help innovate and help the company adapt rapidly to major changes.

Jones also downgraded the Ford Motor company from $20/share down to $17, citing poor overseas gains and stronger competition nationally. This is disheartening as U.S. automakers were just beginning to rebound from the recession and provide steady gains and returns. If you are in the market to upgrade your vehicle to an electric model to stay ahead of the curve, that head to for free price quotes on green-friendly vehicles today!

Chevy Volt Lowers Price to Compete With Nissan Leaf

February 5th, 2014

General Motors has announced that they plan to reduce the price of their 2014 Chevy Volt to keep pace with the Nissan Leaf in the newly competitive electric vehicle market. General Motors said Tuesday that the 2014 Volt will start at 34.995 including shipping. At, our price quotes for a 2014 Chevy Volt can range from around $34,185 – $39,145, depending on your location.

What does this valuable information mean to you? Well, if you are in the market for an electric car, this may be the time to get a Chevy Volt. Even though electric car sales have been increasing steadily the last couple of years, they still are a very small portion of the overall vehicle market. It is widely known that Nissan cut the price of the Volt and their sales numbers jumped substantially, so General Motors is looking to follow suit. has the best prices in your local area for the 2014 Nissan Leaf, and the 2014 Chevy Volt. Request a few price quotes from us, get an amazing deal on an electric vehicle, and leave that smelly, wasteful, gasoline for the barbarians.

Competing Car Prices in 2014

January 15th, 2014

So the holiday buzz is all over and the winter cold has set in throughout most of the country. If you waited for the holiday season to end before you purchased a new vehicle, you may have made a very smart move. Even though you may have heard that the dealerships were offering “the lowest prices of the year”, the New Year may bring even better deals.

2013 was a stellar year for all automakers, with 5-10% rises in sales figures being reported over the annual period. That will keep the competition high for automakers to continue the increased sales trends to report to their shareholders. Increased competition drives up incentives like cash back rebates or bonus cash, allowing savvy car shoppers to get even better deals in 2014.

Remember to get your quotes on the vehicles with the largest incentives at to find out what dealerships are offering in your area.

January Brings Competing Car Prices Near You

January 8th, 2014

Do you have the winter blues? Is the cold weather and cabin fever getting you down? Maybe it’s time to bring a shiny new toy home and score an amazing deal on a new car, truck or SUV. Local dealerships have plenty of time on their hands as the slow winter months begin, so they are vulnerable for deep discounts and rebates to get any business they can.

Interest rates are incredibly low right now, with many dealers offering APRs from as low as 0.0% to an average of 2.9% currently. So now is the time to take advantage of historically low interest rates. But that is not all. Many automakers, including Chevy, Ford, and GMC may be offering $500-$3000 in cash back rebates on the majority of their 2013 and 2014 fleet. Lastly, the special rebates and incentives may be the extra cash you never expected to save on your new vehicle purchase. Many automakers offer special discounts, such as military rebates, new college graduate rebates, and owner loyalty programs with discounts for previous owners of their automobiles.

So are you ready to find out what deals, rebates and incentives local dealerships in your area are offering? Get some free new car quotes from CompetingCarPrices today and feel confident you have the information to begin negotiating. Just imagine how much better the next few months will feel when you are behind the wheel of the car you wanted.

Get Competing Car Prices to Save This Christmas

December 19th, 2013

Did you miss out on the end of year savings on a new car, truck or SUV? Don’t worry as the deals and great savings are sure to continue thru Christmas if you know what to do. To maximize your saving on a new vehicle, savvy new vehicle shoppers will get competing car quotes to make dealers compete.

Compare New Car Prices to Locate the Lowest Price First, savvy shoppers know that they can locate the lowest prices in your local area by going to and getting quotes on the best cars and trucks of the year. Knowing the lowest price in the area to begin with will give you the upper hand in vehicle negotiations.

Take the Quote to the Competitors Upon arriving at the dealerships, you will already have a price quote from Competing Car Prices and can see which one of them wants your business enough to give you a lower price than your quote. Using this simple strategy will consistently save you money on every car, truck or SUV you ever purchase.

Competing For Black Friday Specials

November 29th, 2013

Black Friday only comes along once in a year, but the savings you can reap at your local dealership with can save you money all holiday season long. There is no need for a mad dash to your local dealership on Black Friday, when they want to pack you in and give you their “Black Friday Special”, which probably isn’t as special as they want you to believe.

Make sure this holiday season that you receive the best price quotes on the cars, trucks or SUVs you want before heading to buy a new vehicle. Shop competing local dealer prices from the convenience of your home! Just go to and follow the steps below:

Step 1: Request as many free, no obligation price quotes on any car, truck, or SUV you want.

Step 2: Choose which specific local dealers are allowed to contact you. They will submit their lowest price offer on any new vehicle.

Step 3: Lastly, receive free price quotes from competing local car dealers in your area.

Take advantage of huge savings, on top of the Black Friday holiday sales prices that local dealerships are offering, when you get dealerships bidding on your new car business. This Black Friday, stop by and get connected with the local dealers in your area with the best priced new cars, trucks and SUVs.

Car Price Comparison: 2013 Ford Fusion vs. 2013 Chevrolet Malibu

September 24th, 2012

Both Chevrolet and Ford are doing their best to regain their former glory in the automotive landscape.

The Koreans and the Japanese managed to put up a good fight. Hyundai gave us the redesigned Sonata midsize sedan, while Kia has the all-new Optima to raise the bar against the Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord.

The Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord are well known for their reliability, comfort, and fuel economy. However, you now have the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu and the 2013 Ford Fusion.

Do you happen to be searching for a new midsize sedan? Here is a brief car price comparison between the 2013 Ford Fusion and the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu.

2013 Ford Fusion

Starting with a base price of $21,700, the 2013 Ford Fusion was completely redesigned to boost aerodynamic efficiency. It not only looks good on the outside, but the interior was also given an added treatment of refinement, comfort, and space.

The Fusion is powered by a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine with 170hp. Higher trim models get either a turbocharged 1.6-liter or 2.0-liter engine with 179hp and 237hp respectively. The base 2.5-liter engine can achieve 22/33 MPG in city and highway driving, while the 1.6-liter turbo engine can achieve a stellar 26/37 MPG.

Standard equipment includes full power accessories, air-conditioning, Sync audio interface with voice-activation technology, automatic headlights, keyless entry, and 16-inch wheels.

2013 Chevrolet Malibu

The U.S. market is familiar with the Chevrolet Malibu, but the 2013 Malibu is a completely different car. Starting with a base price of $22,390, the 2013 Malibu is wider yet shorter than the previous model, but most noticeable is the added degree of class and prestige inside the cabin–not to mention outstanding build quality.

The Malibu is powered by a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine with 197hp. The first model to be introduced was the much pricier Eco trim, powered by a 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine and a small electric motor. Power is rated at 182hp for the Malibu Eco. The base 2.5-liter engine achieves 22/34 MPG, while the Eco returns 25/37 MPG.

Not surprisingly, the base Malibu has the same level of equipment as the new Ford Fusion. It also has OnStar, Bluetooth, and full power accessories for added convenience.


The 2013 Ford Fusion provides fun and predictable handling. The 2013 Chevrolet Malibu is more at home on the highway, thanks in large part to Chevrolet’s efforts in making the cabin as quiet as a Lexus.

Both cars provide impressive amounts of interior space, and both have fuel efficient and clean burning gasoline engines. If you appreciate sporty handling and aggressive design cues, the 2013 Ford Fusion is certainly worth a look over other Japanese and Korean alternatives.

On the other hand, if you want added levels of refinement and sound deadening in your ride, you should include the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu in your shopping list.

Auto Price Comparison: Audi Q5 vs. Range Rover Evoque

August 13th, 2012

Crossover vehicles have a broad appeal. They are comfortable to drive–similar to a normal road car–but they also have stylish sheet metal. Crossovers also come in variety of shapes, sizes, engine configurations, and consumer appeal.

We compared the Audi Q5 and the Range Rover Evoque–two of the most stylish and luxurious small crossover SUVs. The Audi Q5 is priced lower than the Range Rover Evoque, but the latter offers something that is absent on a large majority of crossover SUVs in the market today: real off-road capabilities.

2012 Audi Q5 says this about the Audi Q5: “You can really have it all with the 2012 Audi Q5. From exciting performance to excellent comfort and convenience, this crossover has broad appeal”.

With a base MSRP of around $35,600 the Audi Q5 already comes with Quattro all-wheel drive and a turbocharged inline 4-cylinder engine that produces 211hp together with an 8-speed automatic transmission. If you need more power, then you can order the 3.2-liter V6 with 270hp. This engine is mated to a 6-speed auto box.

Standard equipment includes automatic wipers, automatic headlights, triple-zone climate control system, full leather seats, power driver seat, sliding and reclining rear seat, 18-inch wheels, and a 10-speaker audio system with satellite radio as standard.

The 2012 Audi Q5 2.0T can return a best-in-class 20/27 MPG in city and highway driving. And it being an Audi, the interior craftsmanship of the Q5 is simply amazing. And since it is based on the Audi A4 sedan, you can add sporty handling to the list of attributes of the Audi Q5.

2012 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

From a purely aesthetic perspective, the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque is more stylish compared to the Audi Q5. It even comes in a coupe body style for added appeal. However, the Range Rover Evoque offers real-world off-road capabilities, thanks in large part to the Terrain Response System. The Evoque can alter engine, transmission, suspension, and throttle settings with a simple turn of the knob, or it can automatically adjust on its own.

The Evoque starts at around $41,000–considerably more expensive than the Audi Q5–but it also comes with a generous level of standard kit. Power comes from a turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine with 240hp. The engine is mated to a smooth 6-speed auto box.

Standard equipment on the Evoque includes the Terrain Response System with hill-start assist feature, front and rear parking sensors, dual zone auto climate control, full leather upholstery, 19-inch wheels, a sunroof, and an 11-speaker audio system with touchscreen interface.

The 2012 Range Rover Evoque can return 18/28 MPG in city and highway driving. Driving the Evoque is akin to piloting the plush Range Rover Sport, albeit having a more stylish and striking interior. The Evoque can also accompany you to any type of mild off-road adventure, since it was also designed to bring you where other crossovers simply cannot.

If you happen to be searching for a compact luxury crossover SUV, you should both consider the Audi Q5 and the Range Rover Evoque.