Great deals on Luxury SUV’s can be found by using the right resources on the internet. Now is a great time to buy!
Sports utility vehicles (SUV) have come a long way since their inception. Rather than stark utilitarian vehicles, modern SUVs come packed with style, comfort and durability. They also come with hefty price tags if you do not know where to look for a good deal. Buying a vehicle at a good price, regardless of make or model, is largely contingent upon how well you do your homework. Taking the time to learn when the best times are to purchase a vehicle, how dealerships price their SUVs, and how you can score the lowest msrp on the lot goes a long way to lowering that price point. The following 4 SUVs are top of the line vehicles, but they do not have to come with top of the line pricing. Here’s how.
With a name like Cadillac you know style, comfort and luxury are inherent. The Escalade features three rows of seats that are roomy enough for at least 7 adults, with room left over for luggage. The drive is a smooth one and is a well-balanced vehicle. When the 2020 was redesigned the wheelbase was extended, which accounts for the additional room inside the vehicle. Features of the 2021 Cadillac Escalade include:
Hands-free driver assist features
Independent rear suspension
Towing capacity of 7,400-8,200 (can tow some travel trailers)
Comes as a 6.2 liter/V8 engine
Expect to pay around $77,000.
The Lincoln has long been a vehicle line of distinction. The superiority of the design of this SUV is evident in its durability and desirability among vehicle enthusiasts. The newly updated trim made standard many of the upgrades and options from earlier models. The Lincoln Navigator can seat seven adults in three rows of seats. Additional features include:
Very good gas mileage (16/22)
4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot (up to 10 devices can easily connect)
8,700 pounds of towing capacity
5-liter V6 engine, 450-horsepower twin-turbocharged
Expect to pay around $76,185, before options.
The newly upgraded Mercedes Benz GLE Class 63 S 4Matic SUV brings more safety to the drive than ever before. Considered a mid-size SUV there are several trim from which to choose. This SUV is a powerful choice for many reasons, including the state of the art infotainment package that comes standard. Additional features include:
Perfect reliability rating for safety
Seats five adults (with option upgrade for more seating)
Five different engine packages (255-603HP)
Expect to pay around $114,000.
If you want an SUV that will command attention in a good way, then the Audi Q7 is your vehicle. Not only is this midsize SUV luxurious it was voted one of the best performing SUVs on the road. The handling is responsive and the interior is lavish and chic. The technology package and the safety features leave many SUVs green with envy, and its price point will not break the bank. Additional features include:
Intuitive Touchscreen displays
7,770 pounds towing capacity
335 horsepower with all wheel drive
369 lb-ft torque
Expect to pay around $55,000.
- 22 mpg city, 28 mpg highway
- 272 Horsepower, 2.0 L engine
- 1,500 lbs. Towing capacity.
Starts at $38,000 for the base model.
- Symmetrical All-Wheel drive.
- 34 mpg highway, and 27 mpg city.
- 55.3 cubic feet cargo space.
The starting MSRP of the Subaru Crosstrek is $22,245.
While the Ford Ranger is not an SUV, it is a quality vehicle that deserves your consideration. Incredible towing power, ample bed space, and just all around dependability, the Ford Ranger is a quality vehicle that meets all your needs.
- 21 mpg city, 26 mpg highway.
- Four-Wheel drive, and electric shift.
- 270 horsepower, 7,500 max towing capacity.
Starting MSRP $24,820.
How to Find the Best Deals on Luxury SUVs
There are three crucial points to keep in mind when trying to get the best deal from a dealership. First, you need to identify a good, solid vehicle from a solid company. Next, the dealership must offer cash incentives, and possibly most important is to find a dealership that is willing to make concessions because they have too much inventory sitting on their lots. Space on dealer lots is at a premium and the longer a car sits, the less it is worth and the more the dealership has to wait to make money. The cars that are not selling are those the dealerships are most willing to make the greatest concessions on. You can drive away with a great deal on luxury SUVs if you know where to look.
Look for SUVs that have been on the lot for 80 days or longer, have fallen below the 2017 sales pace, or if there’s a glut on the market of a particular type of SUV. Dealers use a complicated formula that tells them how many days they can realistically allow a car to sit on the lot. This magic formula is called the Days Supply. You can look up the vehicle you are interested in and see what the magic number is for a make/model of vehicle, then when you go to the dealership you will know if the car is getting close to its ‘sell by’ date. That gives you the most leverage to negotiate price.