And there are plenty of other deals in June 2019.
Paying attention to new car sales figures and product cycles can be an effective way to predict when automakers will offer incentives on their inventory. February of 2019 saw some fantastic deals on new models that have been discontinued and this month, there are a few new bargains to be on the lookout for. Using data from Truecar.com, Autoblog put together a list of 11 amazing vehicles that have huge discounts in June 2019.
The Lexus LC 500 is the most expensive on the list with a starting price of $95,744, but sales of the luxury flagship haven't been stellar and there are still some 2018 models left on the lot. These leftover LC coupes are selling for $80,352 on average, which is a savings of over $15,000.
General Motors is known for offering big incentives and the American automaker accounts for five of the 11 deals on this list. The Volt continues to be sold with huge incentives after GM announced the model would be discontinued. You can now buy a 2018 Volt with around $6,300 trimmed off MSRP. The all-electric (2019) Bolt can be had with an even bigger discount of about $9,000.
Buick also has deals on the Regal Sportback and TourX, which amount to around $6,000 and $7,000 respectively this June if you are willing to take a 2018 leftover. The GMC Terrain wraps up the list of GM vehicles, with a little over $6,000 being taken off the price of a leftover 2018 model.
Fiat Chrysler has three vehicles on the list, the 2019 Dodge Grand Caravan, 2018 Fiat 500L, and 2018 124 Spider. These three vehicles are now being sold with incentives of around $4,600, $4,700, and $4,300 respectively. Capping off the list are the Nissans, with the Titan bearing incentives of over $8,000 for leftover 2018 models and the 2018 Sonata, which is about to be replaced with a new model, coming with around $4,000 of incentives.