September is here and with it comes the annual ritual of Labor Day new car rebates and incentives. Not only will many car and truck sales be happening this weekend across the country, but most automakers have extended their current rebates and incentives until just after Labor Day itself. This means that there are plenty of bargains waiting out there for new car and new truck buyers interested in getting an amazing deal. We have rounded up some of the best incentives available to help make your shopping experience that much easier this weekend.
Starting off this week's list is the 2010 Ford Taurus, a fully-redesigned full-size sedan that has been garnering accolades since it first hit the market. Ford has attached a cash back plus zero percent financing incentive to the car, in addition to a cash back rebate for those arranging their own financing. Next up are a trio of sport-utility vehicles and crossovers, with the full-size 2010 Chevrolet Tahoe leading the way with both a 0.0% financing incentive and a factory cash rebate available. Following the Tahoe is the 2010 Toyota RAV4, a mid-size crossover competitor that features a low finance rate and available cash back, as well as the 2010 Lincoln MKT, an all-new luxury crossover that is big on style and big on savings, thanks to its 0% financing plus cash back offer as well as a standalone cash rebate from the manufacturer. The final vehicle on our list this week is the 2010 GMC Sierra 1500 full-size pickup truck, in Extended and Crew Cab models, which has been bundled with as much as $5,000 cash back or the option of zero percent financing.
With the 2011 model year around the corner, car companies are ratcheting up the rebates in order to get older 2010 inventory out the door so that dealerships can make room for the newest vehicles. Keep watching this space as we bring you weekly updates on the best incentives and rebates currently available on brand new cars and trucks.