Too good to pass up?

Labor Day Weekend is here and for some of us that means its time to go car shopping. So, what kind of deals can you get on a brand-new car during Labor Day Weekend 2019? Well, some automakers are offering model-specific deals that can earn you some really steep discounts. Others have simply dropped interest rates on financing or offer a little bit of cash back. Either way, we’ve put together a short guide to get you in the spirit and prepared for your shopping expenditures this weekend!

The Biggest New-Car Discounts for Labor Day 2019

Dodge Journey

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For Labor Day weekend, Dodge is hoping to move the Dodge Journey in big numbers despite the fact that it’s older than dirt and far from on par with what its competitors offer. This year Dodge is offering between $3,250 and $4,250 depending on your area and trim level selected. If you finance a 2019 model at standard rates, you can get another $1,000-$1,500 off while some people with “low credit” are being considered for an additional $1,250 off MSRP. Dodge is also offering 0-percent financing for 36 months plus $2,000 to $3,250 in cash back which is, of course, dependent on the trim level selected and your specific region.

Read our full review on the 2019 Dodge Journey

Ford Edge

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The Ford Edge is one of the sportier offerings in Ford’s SUV and crossover lineup, and it slots below the Ford Flex. This Labor Day weekend Ford is offering anywhere between $5,000 and $5,700 off the Edge, depending on your location and trim selection. With that in mind, we estimate that you can step into a 2019 Edge this weekend for anywhere between about $25,000 and about $37,000 if the range-topping ST trim is included int his offer. If your dealer has any inventor sitting on the lot for more than 61 days, you could be eligible for discounts of $6,000 to $7,500. Ford is also offering 3.9-percent financing for up to 84 months while some buyers (most likely those with amazing credit) can get 0-percent financing for 60 months and up to $4,000 is bonus cash. These deals run through September 3rd, so you better act accordingly if you want to take advantage.

Read our full review on the 2019 Ford Edge

Kia Optima

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Kia doesn’t have as good of a Labor Day sale as Ford does, but you can step into a 2019 Kia Optima for as much as 15-percent off depending on your dealer and selected trim. There’s also word that you can get as much as $3,000 of the Optima LX or up to $4,000 of higher trim levels through September 3rd (Optima Hybrid and PHEV, not included). Through September 3rd you can also enjoy 0-percent financing if you’re qualified.

Read our full review on the 2019 Kia Optima

Nissan Murano

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Depending on your specific region, Nissan is discounting the 2019 Murano by $3,000 to $4,000 through September 3rd. SL and Platinum trim levels are eligible for as much as $6,500 off and anywhere between $5,250 to $5,750 cash back with 0-percent financing. Finance the entry-level Murano and you could get between $2,250 and $3,250 cash back depending on your location. Both financing deals are only good for 26 months.

Read our full review on the 2019 Nissan Murano.

Cars available with Low- or Zero-Percent Financing

In addition to what we believe are the best Labor Day (and weekend) deals for 2019, we’re also including a handy list of models that you can finance at extremely low interest rates.

Zero-Percent Financing Labor Day 2019

Labor Day 2019 0% Car Financing
Model Finance Term
Chevy Equinox 60 Months
Toyota Sienna 60 Months
Jeep Grand Cherokee 72 Months
Hyundai Kona 60 Months
Ford Mustang 72 Months
Nissan Rogue 36 Months
Subaru Outback Limited Term
Kia Stinger 75 Months
Hyundai Sonata 60 Months
Ford Expedition 60 Months

Other Great Labor Day 2019 Financing Deals

Labor Day 2019 Low Financing Rates
Model Finance Percentage Finance Term
Mazda 6 1.90% 60 Months
Genesis G70 1.90% 60 Months
Honda HR-V 1.90% 36 Months
Toyota Camry 1.90% 60 Months
Volvo XC90 2.90% 60 Months
Volkswagen Atlas 1.90% 60 Months + $1000 Cash
Lexus ES Hybrid 0.90% 60 Months
Mazda MX-5 Miata 1.90% 72 Months
Honda Pilot 1.90% 36 Months
Subaru WRX 1.90% Limited Term

Final Thoughts

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When you’re out hunting for a new car and enjoying your three-day (or maybe longer?) weekend, it’s important to shop around as much as possible. A lot of dealers are franchised and are allowed to make their own deals as well, so it’s entirely possible that your local dealer could offer way better discounts than what we’ve mentioned it. As always, make sure you research market value of a given vehicle, and never considering paying the sticker price without negotiating first – there’s always room for haggling when it comes to car buying and that holds true on new cars as well, even on Labor Day Weekend. Best of luck to all of you and, if you happen to stumble across any exceptional deals or want to show off your new ride, please hit us up in the comments section below!

Robert Moore
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Robert has been an auto enthusiast his entire life. He started working cars at a young age, learning the basics from his father in the home garage on the weekends. As time went on, Robert became more and more interested in cars and convinced his father to teach him how to drive when he was just 13 years old. Robert continued working on cars in his free time and learned as much as he could about engines, transmissions, and car electrical systems, something that only fed his curiosity more and eventually led him to earn a bachelors degree in automotive technology with a primary focus on engine performance and transmission rebuilding.  Read More
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