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List of Vehicles Offering 0% Financing Deals

May 17, 2012

If you're looking to finance your new car purchase, here's a list of models that are offering 0% financing deals.

Despite interest rates being at historic lows, you will still save at least $1,800 on a 3-year 0% loan, and at least $3,000 on a 5-year loan - and that's assuming you can qualify for a 4% interest loan otherwise.

Mazda is offering the best deals, with the CX-7, CX-9, and Mazda2 offering 0% financing for up to 60 months PLUS up to $2,500 in additional cash bonuses.

Most of the 0% finance deals are limited to 36 months, but almost all of them come with some additional bonus cash, including loyalty, conquest, military, and student/college graduate bonuses - some as high as $2,000.

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VehicleFinance RateMonthsDealer CashBonus CashAmount
2012 Mazda CX-70%60$2,000 Loyalty$500
2012 Mazda CX-90%60$1,500 Lender$750
2012 Mazda MAZDA20%60$500   
2012 Smart fortwo0%60    
2012 Suzuki Equator0%48  Loyalty$500
2012 Suzuki Grand Vitara0%48  Loyalty$500
2012 Suzuki Kizashi0%48  Loyalty$500
2012 Suzuki SX40%48  Loyalty$500
2011 Ford E-1500%36  Aged Inventory$1,000
2011 Ford E-Series Van0%36  Aged Inventory$1,000
2011 Toyota Avalon0%36$2,000 Military$500
2012 Chrysler 2000%36  Lease Cash$3,000
2012 Chrysler 3000%36  Military$500
2012 Chrysler Town and Country0%36  Military$500
2012 Dodge Avenger0%36  Conquest$1,000
2012 Dodge Caliber0%36  Bonus Cash$1,000
2012 Dodge Challenger0%36  Bonus Cash$1,000
2012 Dodge Charger0%36  Bonus Cash$1,000
2012 Dodge Durango0%36  Bonus Cash$1,000
2012 Dodge Grand Caravan0%36  Bonus Cash$1,000
2012 Dodge Journey0%36  Conquest$1,000
2012 Fiat 5000%36  Student/College Grad$500
2012 Ford E-1500%36  Conquest$1,000
2012 Ford E-Series Van0%36  Conquest$1,000
2012 Ford Edge0%36  Trade Assistance$1,250
2012 Ford Escape0%36  Trade Assistance$2,000
2012 Ford Expedition0%36  Conquest$1,000
2012 Ford Explorer0%36  Conquest$1,000
2012 Ford F-1500%36  Lender$1,500
2012 Ford F-350 Super Duty0%36  Trade Assistance$2,500
2012 Ford Fiesta0%36  Military$500
2012 Ford Flex0%36  Trade Assistance$1,500
2012 Ford Focus0%36  Trade Assistance$750
2012 Ford Fusion0%36$1,000 Trade Assistance$1,500
2012 Ford Mustang0%36  Trade Assistance$3,000
2012 Ford Super Duty F-2500%36  Trade Assistance$2,500
2012 Ford Super Duty F-4500%36  Trade Assistance$2,500
2012 Ford Taurus0%36  Conquest$1,000
2012 Ford Transit Connect0%36  Conquest$1,000
2012 Hyundai Santa Fe0%36  Loyalty$500
2012 Hyundai Sonata0%36  Loyalty$500
2012 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid0%36  Loyalty$500
2012 Hyundai Veracruz0%36  Lender$1,000
2012 Jeep Compass0%36  Conquest$1,000
2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee0%36  Conquest$1,000
2012 Jeep Liberty0%36  Conquest$1,000
2012 Jeep Patriot0%36  Conquest$1,000
2012 Jeep Wrangler0%36  Conquest$1,000
2012 Lincoln MKS0%36$1,000 Conquest$2,000
2012 Lincoln MKT0%36$1,500 Conquest$2,000
2012 Lincoln MKZ0%36$1,000 Conquest$2,000
2012 Lincoln Navigator0%36  Conquest$2,000
2012 Mazda MX-5 MIATA0%36$1,000 Loyalty$500
2012 Ram 15000%36  Bonus Cash$2,500
2012 Ram 25000%36  Bonus Cash$1,000
2012 Ram 35000%36  Bonus Cash$1,000
2012 Toyota Avalon0%36$500 Military$500
2012 Toyota Camry0%36  Student/College Grad$1,000
2012 Toyota Corolla0%36$500 Student/College Grad$1,000
2012 Toyota Highlander0%36$750 Bonus Cash$1,000
2012 Toyota Prius0%36  Military$500
2012 Toyota RAV40%36$1,000 Student/College Grad$1,000
2012 Toyota Sienna0%36$500 Military$500
2012 Toyota Tacoma0%36$500 Student/College Grad$1,000

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Gregg Fidan + is the founder of RealCarTips. After being ripped off on his first car purchase, he devoted several years to figuring out the best ways to avoid scams and negotiate the best car deals. He has written hundreds of articles on the subject of car buying and taught thousands of car shoppers how to get the best deals.

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