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Deals on Luxury Cars: February Edition

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author photo by Jeffrey Archer February 2012

February is a great time to be looking for a luxury car. Eager to start off 2012 on a strong note, many automakers are advertising impressive incentives and special offers throughout the month. After an exhaustive search, we've rounded up some of today's best deals for buyers looking for luxury cars of nearly all shapes, sizes and prices.

BMW 7 Series

BMW is offering several great lease rates on its flagship 7 Series luxury sedan throughout February. According to the automaker, the base-level 740i is available to qualified buyers for just $769 per month with $4,494 due at signing, making it one of the least expensive lease deals on the market for a full-size luxury sedan. For buyers who want a little more oomph, the V8-powered 750i starts at just $929 per month, while all-wheel drive xDrive versions can be had for just $969 per month. We think nearly any 7 Series is a good deal considering the sedan's sporty character and its comprehensive list of luxurious standard features.

Buick LaCrosse

Buick's recently redesigned LaCrosse sedan offers a smooth ride, a spacious interior and a host of impressive special offers through the end of February. While 2012 models offer an already generous $1,500 cash back or 1.9 percent interest rates for up to 60 months, the best deals are on remaining unsold inventory of the virtually identical 2011 LaCrosse. For buyers willing to consider last year's model, the deals climb to an impressive $3,000 cash back or zero percent interest for up to 60 months - a great rate for a luxurious new car from an up-and-coming automaker.

Hyundai Equus

If you want luxury but don't need a premium badge on the hood, the Hyundai Equus may be the perfect car for you. Featuring a 429-horsepower 5.0-liter V8 and a long list of standard features for under $60,000, the Equus is already the least expensive luxury sedan available. Now, through the end of February, it's an even better deal thanks to a series of special offers from Hyundai. For car shoppers interested in financing, Hyundai is offering the sedan with 0.9 percent financing for 36 months, while lease rates begin at just $739 per month for 36 months. Hyundai is also touting two creative $1,500 cash back offers: one for loyal Hyundai customers, and another for current owners of any of the Equus's major competitors.

Infiniti QX56

Infiniti's largest SUV is available with several strong offers throughout February. According to the automaker, qualified buyers can finance the QX56 at 1.9 percent interest for up to 60 months or 2.9 percent for up to 72 months. Consumers who would prefer to lease can also find great rates, including $899 per month for a two-wheel drive model with zero down or just $795 per month with $3,999 down. In each case, stepping up to a four-wheel drive QX56 adds only slightly to the SUV's monthly payment, making it the best choice for shoppers in northern states with snowy climates.

Lincoln Navigator

Although Lincoln's luxurious Navigator is aging, the SUV still features a quiet ride, a plush interior and a smooth 310-horsepower 5.4-liter V8. Through the end of February, the full-size luxury SUV also features a host of great deals, including zero percent interest rates for up to 60 months and $1,500 cash back for consumers financing through Lincoln Automotive Financial Services. For buyers who would rather pay in full, Lincoln is offering the 2012 Navigator with up to $3,000 cash back, or - for remaining units of the 2011 Navigator still in dealer inventory - a whopping $4,500 back. That's a great deal considering the Navigator's base price is well under the $60,000 mark.

Volvo C30

Volvo's sporty C30 is a departure from the typical luxury car - and to us, that's a good thing. Featuring a 227-horsepower five-cylinder engine and a standard 6-speed manual, the C30 can be an exciting, fun-to-drive hot hatch - but with standard features like 17-inch alloy wheels, Bluetooth, steering wheel audio controls and curtain side airbags, it can also be a civil premium hatchback. Either way, it's available with attractive 2.9 percent interest rates for up to 72 months through the end of February, making its already appealing $25,000 base price even more attractive.

What it means to you: Buyers in the market for a luxury car should be aware of incentives, since they're offered on many premium vehicles.

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