While shopping on Black Friday can be a stressful, tiring, and downright frightening thing to do, consumers will find some great deals on one of the biggest purchases they'll ever make: a new car.
This weekend, we have significant sale days back-to-back…Black Friday weekend, Cyber Monday, then the final 3 days of November.
I recall from my days in the retail auto industry, we geared up for Black Friday and the weekend after, also. In the car business, when a lot of people are off work, you tend to be really busy. We also saw that while one spouse was at the mall, the other might be shopping for a car.
The incentives for November are ending on Thursday, November 30th and as I predicted, we saw significant increases from all automakers. There is no doubt, the year-end push is ON.
Dealerships typically offer big discounts on Black Friday, even if it is on a vehicle that is coming in. It's an atypical day to purchase a car since consumers think of retail shopping, but buying a new vehicle on Black Friday can often lead to nice savings. Many dealers do one-day only pricing on this Friday and some start early, around 7 AM.
Most dealer lots are full right now, with lots of vehicles on the way, but be aware that if you have a specific vehicle you are looking for, communicate with a Car Pro friend at one of our Certified dealerships at my website,, just click FIND A CAR PRO FRIEND. The exact vehicle you are looking for could be on a convoy truck headed there right now.
BOTTOM LINE: Without a doubt, this is the best time to buy since before Covid started, and I sincerely mean that.