If you're interested in buying a new car this month, you've come to the right place. We've listed today's top new car deals, special offers and manufacturer incentives on several of our favorite models, proving that a great new car doesn't have to cost a fortune. Best of all, we've included low-interest deals, lease specials and cash-back offers to make sure we've found something for everyone -- and every budget.
 

8 best new car deals for December 2016

Chrysler 200

Chrysler 200

The Chrysler 200 is a midsize sedan with sporty styling and an amazing list of desirable options that includes items like all-wheel drive and a self-parking system. In December, you can get a 2016 200 with several incentives that make it especially affordable compared to rival midsize sedans. The best deal is for qualified shoppers looking to finance, as Chrysler is offering 0 percent interest for a whopping 84 months. Drivers looking to pay with cash can get up to $2,000 cash back on any 200. Finally, Chrysler is offering a different type of incentive: an official discount, with the automaker offering 15 percent off the MSRP through the end of the month.

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 10 best new car deals for December 2016

Honda Fit

The Honda Fit is a subcompact hatchback that delivers excellent gas mileage, impressive reliability and a surprisingly large interior for both passengers and cargo. In December, the 2016 Fit is also offered with two incentives for qualified shoppers interested in getting a great deal on their next car. The best deal is for shoppers interested in leasing a 2016 Fit, as Honda is offering payments from $139 per month for 36 months after $2,199 down at lease signing. For qualified drivers who would rather finance, Honda has another deal available: 0.9 percent interest for up to 60 months or 1.9 percent for up to 72 months, both of which are great offers on a sought-after new car.

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Hyundai Accent

Hyundai Accent

The Hyundai Accent is a subcompact car that boasts Hyundai's long warranty and, just as importantly, highly affordable pricing. In December, the 2016 Accent is offered with several incentives designed to lure shoppers looking for an inexpensive small car. The best deal is for drivers looking to finance, as Hyundai is offering 0 percent interest for up to 72 months. Meanwhile, shoppers looking to pay with cash can get up to $2,000 cash back -- a huge number for a car that starts around $15,700 with shipping. Finally, drivers interested in leasing an Accent can do so with payments from $169 per month for 36 months after $1,699 down at lease signing.

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Lexus ES Hybrid

Lexus ES Hybrid

The Lexus ES Hybrid is a full-size luxury sedan that's primarily focused on comfort, interior room and fuel economy. In December, the 2017 ES Hybrid is offered with several incentives for shoppers looking for a sedan that prioritizes these items. The best deal is for qualified shoppers looking to finance, as Lexus is offering 0.9 percent interest for up to 60 months or 1.9 percent for up to 72 months. Drivers interested in leasing can also get a good deal, as the ES Hybrid is available with payments from $449 per month for 36 months after $4,399 down at lease signing.

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Nissan Sentra

Nissan Sentra

The Nissan Sentra is a compact sedan that was recently revised to offer more features and updated styling. In December, the 2016 Sentra is available with several incentives for qualified shoppers looking to save money on their next car. The best deal is for drivers looking to finance a Sentra, as Nissan is offering the sedan with 0 percent interest for up to 60 months -- plus up to $1,000 cash back. Drivers looking to lease can also get a deal, as the Sentra is offered with payments from $109 per month for 36 months after $2,809 down at lease signing. Finally, drivers looking to pay cash can get up to $1,500 cash back on any 2016 Sentra through the end of the month.

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Subaru Legacy

Subaru Legacy

The Subaru Legacy is a midsize sedan with standard all-wheel drive, excellent gas mileage and a wide range of well-priced safety options. In December, the 2017 Legacy is offered with several strong incentives for shoppers looking for a good deal on their next midsize sedan. The best deal is for drivers looking to finance, as Subaru is touting 0 percent interest for up to 36 months on all Legacy models, both 2017s and leftover 2016s. Meanwhile, lease shoppers can get a 2017 2.5i Legacy with payments from $189 per month for 36 months after $2,599 down at lease signing -- a good deal on a midsize sedan.

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Volvo S60

Volvo S60

Although the Volvo S60 sedan is starting to get older, recent updates have kept it fresh, and Volvo is offering several incentives in December to entice interested shoppers interested in a 2017 S60. The best deal is for qualified shoppers looking to finance the sedan, as Volvo is touting 1.9 percent interest for up to 60 months and up to $1,250 cash back. For drivers who would rather lease, Volvo also has several deals available, the best of which touts a 24-month term on the S60 T5 with payments from $309 per month after $3,489 down at lease signing.

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BMW 2 Series

BMW 2 Series

The BMW 2 Series is a sporty coupe or convertible with handsome styling and a high-performance driving spirit, even in its base-level 228i guise. In December, the automaker is offering the 2016 2 Series with several strong incentives for shoppers interested in leasing or financing. The best deal is for drivers who prefer to lease -- they can get a 228i with payments from just $299 per month for 36 months after $3,974 down at lease signing. If you'd rather have all-wheel drive, payments start at $319 per month. For qualified shoppers who would rather finance a 2 Series, BMW is offering 2.9 percent interest on all models, including the sporty M240i.

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