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Experts Talk About Best New Family Car Deals

According to a series of recent articles, auto specialists have put together a list of vehicles considered to be the best new car deals for family travels.

Specialists have looked into comfort, interior space, seating arrangement and reliability to come up with this list. According to the official reports, the holiday season is the time of the year most drivers hit the road. Every year, thousands of accidents happen nationwide during this period and because of that, car owners should keep in mind that it’s important to have safe and fully functional vehicles while traveling with their families during this holiday season.

Specialists urge consumers looking into purchasing new vehicles during this time of the year to focus on the 2012 models since the 2013 models may be more expensive without offering much in the ways of upgrades or redesigns. Experts report that all best picks for the family they have reviewed are comfortable vehicles that are being sold by dealers offering great deals and incentives.

According to the news, the best leftovers of 2012 that are also the best options of cars for families could be available  for much less than what a consumer would pay for a 2013 model. Some of the best new car deals picks include the 2012 Honda Pilot, the 2012 Nissan Murano, the 2012 Lincoln MKZ, the 2012 Ford Flex, the 2012 Mazda CX-9, the 2012 Honda Accord, the 2012 GMC Yukon XL and the 2012 Chevrolet Traverse.

Consumers who choose to purchase a vehicle online could also go through the whole process of buying the vehicle they want without having to deal with the hassle of having to deal with salesmen. Consumers can use the Consumer Reports Build & Buy Program and skip the feeling of pressure since the consumer may participate without being obliged to purchase anything.

Dealerships participate in this program by responding to high standards of competitive customer service and vehicle pricing. Models can also be compared with the help of official safety tests and ratings.

Regardless of the model you choose, keep in mind that researching vehicles for safety rating, fuel economy and reliability before making up your mind will help you to make the best decision when it comes to choosing a vehicle that will carry you and your family safely. Checking safety ratings reported by both NHTSA and IIHS could also be helpful.

For more on this list and the models that have made the cut, click here to read the full article.

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