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Ten top deals on 2010 cars, Ford to Mitsubishi, BMW to Nissan

Ten top deals on 2010 cars, Ford to Mitsubishi, BMW to Nissan 1With 2011 car models now infiltrating and in some instances already saturating the market, now is a good time for a bargain on a new 2010 vehicle. Hybrids to pick-up trucks, Ford to Mitsubishi, there are at least 10 good buys on the markets, according to the web site, incentives, low interest rates and discounted sticker prices to move last year’s models are three of primary reasons substantial discounts. And in some cases, unpopular models are available for even deeper discounts.

The web site has a comprehensive list of 10 vehicles, all 2010 models, it believes are great bargains.

The list begins surprisingly with the Ford F-150 pick-up truck, for years among the top-selling vehicles in the United States.

Ten top deals on 2010 cars, Ford to Mitsubishi, BMW to Nissan 2

Here’s the description of the Ford F-150

MSRP: $23,035
Price after incentives: $18,039
Like the Sierra, the F-150 doesn’t need a whole lot of incentives to move, but a 22 percent discount helps dealers clear lot space in a hurry. Last month alone, Ford sold more than 47,000 of its F-series pickups, a 40 percent increase from the year before.

“With the F150 and similar vehicles like the GMC Sierra 1500, it’s a very competitive market, and automakers actually built a bit of incentive and discounting into the sticker price,” said Jesse Toprak, an analyst for

“Also, there has been some weakness in the large truck sector due to weakness in the economy and the fact that these vehicles are tied directly into construction and small businesses.”

Here’s the full list, in alphabetical order, of 10 cars from 2010 worth buying now.

BMW 3 Series
Chevrolet Cobalt
Dodge Dakota
Ford F-150
GMC Sierra 1500
Kia Optima
Lincoln MKX
Mitsubishi Endeavor
Nissan Altima Hybrid
Volvo S80

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