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Here Are 5 Good Incentives On Cool Cars in November 2019

If you’re a car enthusiast buying a new car, you’re probably torn between the usual issue: do I stretch my budget a little more for something fun and enjoyable, or do I get a practical, rational car that won’t be as exciting to drive? It’s a tough call, but the allure of financial sensibility often wins out — and that means car enthusiasts often find themselves behind the wheel of a rather … unenthusisastic car.

But sometimes, you don’t have to choose. Today I’ve rounded up a list of five fun cars at various price points, all of which come with some sort of sensible manufacturer-backed deal or incentive through the end of November. This way, you can buy a fun new car and get a good deal on it — and that means your next new car can satisfy both your financially sensible side and your car enthusiast side.

2019 Dodge Charger R/T

2019 Dodge Charger R/T

The Dodge Charger R/T is a fun, exciting car — and a quick one, thanks to a 5.7-liter V8. Although the R/T is no Hellcat, it’s still enjoyable to drive — and through the end of November, the Charger R/T is offered with two major incentives. The best deal is for drivers looking to finance the car, as they can get 0 percent interest for up to 36 months, while shoppers looking to pay in full can get up to $3,700 cash back. Find a Dodge Charger for sale

2019 Ford Fiesta ST

2019 Ford Fiesta ST

Although the Ford Fiesta has been cancelled from Ford’s lineup, the automaker is still trying to clear out leftover 2019 models. This month, that means good deals on the sporty Fiesta ST, which touts excellent acceleration and handling as one of the best hot hatchbacks. Through the end of the month, shoppers can get up to $2,500 cash back on the Fiesta ST, which is a good deal considering its relatively low price. Ford is also offering 3.9 percent interest for a whopping 84 months, which is an excellent term. Find a Ford Fiesta for sale

2020 Hyundai Veloster N

2020 Hyundai Veloster N

The Hyundai Veloster N is an excellent hot hatchback with nice styling and exciting looks. In November, the Veloster N is offered with a couple of incentives. The best deal is for qualified shoppers looking to finance the hatchback, as Hyundai is offering 2.9 percent interest for up to 60 months — a long term for such a low rate. For drivers looking to lease, Hyundai is offering the Veloster N with payments from $419 per month for 36 months after $2,299 down at lease signing. Find a Hyundai Veloster for sale

2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata

2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata

The Mazda MX-5 Miata touts an enjoyable driving experience and fun, thrilling excitement thanks to its light weight and rear-wheel drive setup. This month, the Miata is offered with an incentive for leftover 2019 models: shoppers can get 0.9 percent interest for up to 72 months, which is an incredibly long term for such a low rate — especially on such an exciting car. Find a Mazda MX-5 Miata for sale

Subaru WRX

Subaru WRX

The Subaru WRX is the fun, high-performance version of the compact Subaru Impreza, though Subaru has technically dropped “Impreza” from the car’s name. These days, the WRX boasts 270 horsepower, and it offers standard all-wheel drive — and if you’re a qualified shopper interested in a WRX, you can get a good deal. Leftover 2019 models are offered with 1.9 percent interest for 36 months, while 2020 models can be had with 2.9 percent — while lease offers on 2020 WRX models start from $359 per month for 36 months after $1,999 down at lease signing. Find a Subaru WRX for sale

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  1. 84-months is a terrible term. That’s 7 friggin’ years! If you can’t pay the car off in absolutely no more than 5 then you can’t afford the car

    • It’s not about how long, it’s all on the interest rate. If it’s the same rate or 0% heck I’d do a 15 year loan! You can pay it off early anytime and with low/no interest with inflation it’s better to not pay as much. I guess your point is correct if you can only afford the payment and no more. 

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