Wednesday, 30 June 2021 08:50

The Best 4th of July Deals for the Most American-Made Vehicles


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Leading digital automotive marketplace and solutions provider Cars.com found 44% of in-market car shoppers plan to buy this July 4th weekend. Of those shoppers, 53% intend to buy a U.S.-based vehicle.

"As the pandemic threat subsides, we're seeing interesting ripple effects," said Kelsey Mays, Cars.com consumer news editor. "There is an inventory shortage driving people long distances to find their desired vehicle, a resurgence of vacations with more domestic travel by car and the normalization of in-person shopping with a continued focus on 'buying local' to support the American economy."


July 4th Deals on the Most American-Made Vehicles


Cars.com recently released its 2021 American-Made Index (AMI), which features 90 cars that contribute most to the U.S. economy based on criteria ranging from U.S. factory jobs and manufacturing plants to parts sourcing. The index gives shoppers information to purchase the most American-made vehicles and direct their economic impact closer to home.


Incentives for some of the top vehicles on the 2021 AMI include:


Honda Passport


One of four Honda models in the AMI's top 10, the Alabama-built Passport SUV ranks No. 9 on this year's list. Rare for Honda, the Passport comes with a $1,250 cash discount down payment or lease assistance. Alternatively, creditworthy shoppers can get 0% financing for 36 months from Honda's financing arm.

  • Factory discount: $1,250
  • Approximate price after savings: $32,500 to $48,500
  • Approximate factory savings: 3-4%
  • Offer ends: July 6


Hyundai Sonata


The Alabama-built mid-size sedan landed at No. 39 on the AMI list, and Hyundai is currently offering $1,500 to $2,000 off in most markets, depending on trim level.


Shoppers who finance at standard rates through Hyundai can get another $500 off in most regions. Alternatively...

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