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Cars With the Largest Rebates

December 29, 2016

This week, I sifted through all of the incentives available nationwide on 2017 and leftover 2016 models to see which ones are currently offering the largest cash-back rebates.

There are some vehicles that are offering cash back rebates of up to $10,000, including the 2016 Ford Expedition, and up to $5,000 on the 2016 BMW 6-Series.

Keep in mind, however, these incentives are the maximum available nationwide. Your local region may not have these same incentives, so check with your local dealers to confirm.

I recommend using TrueCar No Haggle and Edmunds Price Promise to see if these rebates are available in your region, and see the lowest prices dealers are willing to offer.

Largest Cash Back Rebates

RankYearMakeModel Max Rebate
12016FordExpedition $10,000
22017FordExpedition $6,000
32016BMW6 Series $5,000
42016BMW6 Series Gran Coupe $5,000
52016BMW7 Series $5,000
62016BMWALPINA B6 Gran Coupe $5,000
72016BMWi8 $5,000
82016BMWM6 $5,000
92016BMWM6 Gran Coupe $5,000
102016Ram1500 $5,000
112016JeepCherokee $4,500
122016FordTaurus $4,250
132016FordFocus $4,000
142016FordFocus ST $4,000
152016JeepPatriot $4,000
162016JeepRenegade $4,000
172016NissanAltima $4,000
182016NissanTitan XD $4,000
192015LincolnMKC $4,000
202016DodgeDart $3,500
212016FIAT500L $3,500
222016FordF-250 Super Duty $3,500
232016FordF-350 Super Duty $3,500
242016FordF-450 Super Duty $3,500
252016LincolnMKT $3,500
262016LincolnMKZ $3,500
272016RamPromaster Cargo Van $3,500
282016RamPromaster Window Van $3,500
292016DodgeJourney $3,250
302016Chrysler200 $3,000
312016FIAT500 $3,000
322016FordTransit Connect $3,000
332016FordTransit Van $3,000
342016FordTransit Wagon $3,000
352016JaguarXJ $3,000
362016LincolnMKC $3,000
372016LincolnNavigator $3,000
382016Mercedes-BenzMetris $3,000
392016Mercedes-BenzSprinter $3,000
402016MitsubishiOutlander $3,000
412016NissanMurano $3,000
422016ToyotaAvalon $3,000
432016ToyotaAvalon Hybrid $3,000
442015FordTransit Connect $3,000
452016DodgeGrand Caravan $2,750
462016FordEdge $2,750
472016JeepCompass $2,750
482016Chrysler300 $2,500
492016JeepGrand Cherokee $2,500
502016KiaForte $2,500
512016KiaOptima $2,500
522016KiaOptima Hybrid $2,500
532016LexusIS 200t $2,500
542016LexusIS 300 $2,500
552016LexusIS 350 $2,500
562016MitsubishiLancer $2,500
572016MitsubishiOutlander Sport $2,500
582016NissanSentra $2,500
592016Ram2500 $2,500
602016Ram3500 $2,500
612016RamPromaster City $2,500
622016ToyotaPrius $2,500
632015MitsubishiLancer $2,500
642015MitsubishiMirage $2,500
652015MitsubishiOutlander Sport $2,500
662016BuickLaCrosse $2,250
672016FordExplorer $2,250
682016FordF-150 $2,250
692017LincolnNavigator $2,000
702017MitsubishiMirage G4 $2,000
712016BMWX1 $2,000
722016BMWX5 $2,000
732016BMWX5 eDrive $2,000
742016BMWX5 M $2,000
752016BMWX6 $2,000
762016BMWX6 M $2,000
772016ChevroletEquinox $2,000
782016ChevroletImpala $2,000
792016ChevroletSilverado 1500 $2,000
802016ChevroletSilverado 2500HD $2,000
812016ChevroletSilverado 3500HD $2,000
822016ChevroletSuburban $2,000
832016ChevroletTahoe $2,000
842016ChevroletTraverse $2,000
852016ChevroletTrax $2,000
862016FIAT500e $2,000
872016FordFiesta $2,000
882016KiaCadenza $2,000
892016KiaSorento $2,000
902016ToyotaCorolla $2,000
912016ToyotaPrius c $2,000
922016ToyotaRAV4 $2,000
932016ToyotaRAV4 Hybrid $2,000
942016ToyotaSequoia $2,000
952016ToyotaSienna $2,000
962016ToyotaTundra $2,000
972017FordExplorer $1,750
982016DodgeDurango $1,750
992016GMCSierra 2500HD $1,750
1002016GMCSierra 3500HD $1,750
1012016NissanRogue $1,750
1022017FordTransit Connect $1,600
1032017ChryslerPacifica $1,500
1042017FordEscape $1,500
1052017FordFusion Energi $1,500
1062017KiaSorento $1,500
1072017MitsubishiMirage $1,500
1082016BMW2 Series $1,500
1092016BMW3 Series $1,500
1102016BMW3 Series eDrive $1,500
1112016BMW3 Series Gran Turismo $1,500
1122016BMW4 Series $1,500
1132016BMW4 Series Gran Coupe $1,500
1142016BMWM3 $1,500
1152016BMWM4 $1,500

My Recommendation for Car Shoppers

TrueCar No-Haggle, Edmunds Price Promise, and 1-800 Car Show are the quickest way to see the lowest car prices in your area. These sites show you no-haggle prices from dealers closest to you - and the deals are usually really good. This should be the first step you take when negotiating your car price. Follow this up with my checklist to make sure you squeeze out every last bit of savings.

California Residents - Important:

There is a new online car buying service called Roadster, available only to California residents, which I highly recommend you try - especially if you hate the stress of haggling with a car salesman. They provide an expert concierge who negotiates the price of the car and delivers it to your home with zero hassle - you never have to interact with a dealership. Here is my in-depth review of Roadster and why I recommend it.

- Gregg Fidan

Gregg Fidan

About: Gregg Fidan


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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