More on Lease Deals & Incentives in the New York metro area.
New York is an ideal location for car dealers to thrive – and they know it. There are more than 600 franchise New York car dealerships within a 60 minute drive (without traffic) from the center of Manhattan. And that’s not including an even greater number of dealerships who only focus on used cars.
The New York car automotive market includes towns like Summit NJ, Bay Ridge NY, Ramsey NJ, Meadowlands NJ, Westchester County NY, Long Island, Union NJ, and Bergen County NJ, Bronx, Staten Island, Brooklyn, and Manhattan dealerships. All major makes are represented, including: Dodge/Jeep/Ram, BMW, Mercedes, Audi, Ford, Subaru, Toyota, Honda, Hyundai, Nissan, and many more.
That’s a lot of car sales people that want your business! Keep in mind that you can have your new car serviced at any dealership, including one that’s actually close to where you live. With all the options available, savvy buyers should be open to shopping for offers within the entire metro NY area. And sometimes even a little beyond.
So how do you find a NYC area car dealer that’s motivated to offer a discount?
Frequently dealership incentives (cash back, rebates, 0% APR, etc.) and lease discounts on new car sales are always correlated to the levels of inventory they have in stock for a given model, and the volume of inventory their completion has for the same model. This can include models of similar style or price from other car makers, and large NY car dealers like Fred Beans, Atlantic, Open Road, Island, Smythe, Pine Belt, Planet Honda, Ray Catena, Prestige, Lester Glenn, and DCH dealerships usually carry more vehicles in stock, and in turn are higher volume businesses. This is good for you – the consumer – because it often translates to flexibility in the deals they can make to keep inventory moving.
However, there is more to finding a great deal than simply targeting the largest car dealers in the NYC metro area. The automotive market in NY and NJ is highly dynamic, and what dealers have in stock is always changing. Dealerships have to pick and choose which models they are going to market aggressively, and which models they will only carry a limited number to meet occasional demand. Keep in mind, how this is managed is a core fundamental of any car dealerships business strategy. It may be that some Hyundai dealers in NYC have more Elantras in stock, but have a limited supply of Santa Fe and Sonata models. Another dealer close by might then have an inverse proportion of the same cars. This usually holds true for Subaru, Ford Lincoln, Honda, Toyota and all other brands.
In short, spending a little time on research can lead to huge car savings. Best Car Deals Now monitors New York metro area dealership advertising and compiles their best offers to make your search a little easier. Visit often for the latest new car or car lease deals. We’re always here to help.