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Labor Day Car Deals.

One of the many things you can save money on this weekend if you're feeling up to laying down some serious cash are brand new cars. From Ford to Toyota, check out the deals you can expect to find if you're looking for a new whip.

While most dealerships are likely to be open Labor Day, the deals will probably end Tuesday.


The automaker ( is offering 0 percent financing for up to 72 months over the weekend, including for all cars and sub-prime buyers. The deal includes all vehicles under the Ford, Lincoln and Mercury umbrella.


This automaker ( is offering 0 percent financing for 72 months as well on nearly all Chevy models, including no payments for the first 90 days. In addition, they're offering a variety of rebates and discounts on some trucks like the Silverado.


Kia is offering 0 percent financing on the 2016 optima for 66 months and, to sweeten the deal, is offering $1,000 bonus cash or $2,000 cash back as part of their Top Quality Sales Event. There are several other deals on other models as well. You can find them ( here.


The German automaker is ( offering 0 percent financing for 60 months with a $1,000 model year end bonus. On Labor Day, purchasers can get an additional $500.


You can get your ( hands on a Dodge vehicle or a Jeep with 0 percent financing for 60 months and additional $50 bonus cash for the Labor Day sales event.


For Toyota's ( annual clearance event , you may finally get your chance to drop some cash on that Camry Corolla or Rav4 you have been eyeing all year. They have a variety of deals, including $2,000 cash back on the 2016 Toyota Sienna as well as low monthly payments on some models and 0 percent financing for 72 months.

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Date:Sep 3, 2016
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