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Best Car Deals During President’s Day Weekend

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Consumer Reports has analyzed available offers and transactions to announce the best deals on American-made cars this weekend. The list only contains models that meet Consumer Reports’ criteria to be recommended. All vehicles have scored well in testing, have had average or better reliability in our subscriber survey, and performed well in government or insurance-industry safety tests.

You will typically find the greatest discounts on remaining 2012 models that are about to be replaced, such as the 2012 Mazda6. These models may be harder to find, but considering the savings, it may worth to search for them at your local dealer.

The 2012 Mazda6 has an average MSRP of $21,839 and you can save as much as 26% off the MSRP. That brings the price down to $16,234. 2012 Nissan Maxima comes with 22% savings off the average MSRP (down to $28,657). You can save 19% on the 2012 Nissan Altima, 18% on the 2012 Mitsubishi Outlander, and 17% on the 2012 Chevrolet Silverado 1500.

For the complete list visit: President’s Day Weekend: 25 best deals on American-made cars

 

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2 Comments

  1. There are several questions about a truck’s blind spot and they are slightly different between the states and have different illustrations. Meaning, it is impossible for me to know which question you are referring to.

    If you want a second look at questions, please use the Found a Fault option at the end of each answer page during your test. We look at all these reports and appreciate all input.

    One of the most unsafe things a driver can do is to ride along in a truck driver’s blind spot. These are the areas immediately behind (up to 200 feet), to the front (up to 20 feet), and to the left and right of a large truck. Please look for this information in your driver’s manual.

    I can also suggest studying the information from Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration at http://www.sharetheroadsafely.org (many state manuals have based their text on this material)

  2. All your driving answers are not correct you have a person driving a truck one car on left side next to the truck drivers window and another car directly behind the truck up close and another vehicle on the right side of the truck next to the rear tires and asking which driver in in the truck drivers blind spot , its not the one to the left because he can just look out the window ,its not the one on the right because the driver is far enough back the driver can still see him ,now if the car on the right was up towards the driver door he would be . The driver that directly behind the truck is the only one that is in the thuck drivers blind spot ! Your answer was the car on the right and thats not the correct answer Please Check…….

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