Car Shopping? Don't Miss Big Labor Day Auto Sales


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Labor Day is traditionally one of the best weekends of the year for car buyers. The August incentives are the best we have seen this year, and most will carry over through Tuesday night, September 8th. That includes a ton of the hard to get 0% financing, plus big cash back, lease incentives, and massive rebates.

As I talked about on the Car Pro Show last Saturday, the used car bubble is bursting and auction prices are going down quickly. Trade values have not yet fully adjusted, but will soon.

From the dealersí standpoint, it is last call for the summer selling season and they look to Labor Day to kick off September sales. If you missed the end of August sales, there is still time to get the big incentives, plus normal holiday weekend savings, through Tuesday night.

Most of our dealers will be open through Monday night, Labor Day and likely will be open late Tuesday as well for last minute shoppers who want to get in on the big incentives.

Itís easy to get numbers to consider from a Car Pro Certified Dealer, just click below:

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