2016 BMW X5
2016 BMW X5Enlarge Photo
The ongoing Volkswagen emissions scandal has thinned the ranks of diesel cars in U.S. showrooms considerably.
The 2016 BMW X5 SUV is one of the models remaining on sale, and it gets discounted this month.
Until February 29, BMW doubled the available cash back from $1,500 to $3,000, and is offering 2.92-percent APR financing for 72 months.
Leasing is somewhat less attractive, at $599 per month for 36 months, with $5,024 due at signing.
2016 Scion iA
2016 Scion iAEnlarge Photo
Fuel-Efficient Gasoline Cars
The 2016 Honda Fit is selling fairly well, so it's unusual to see it get a special finance offer, which may indicate that it's being hurt by the similarly-sized new HR-V crossover utility.
Honda is offering 1.9-percent APR financing on the subcompact hatchback--albeit only through Monday, February 15.
The offer carries over from January, although the term is now 60 months instead of the previous 72 months.
Although it's set to be re-badged as a Toyota this August, the 2016 Scion iA represents a pretty good value.
Through April 4, Scion is offering its only four-door sedan with zero-percent APR financing for 60 months.
Since the iA will still be sold as a Toyota after Scion dies, buying one now doesn't bring the typical risks of purchasing a car from a soon-to-be-defunct brand.