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As the month comes to a close, the sales numbers for the industry as a whole and for particular companies are going to be of acute interest. Certainly there will be some people interested in whether Toyota has weathered the recall storm. Others will be focused on whether Ford’s astonishing first quarter earnings will be further reflected in market gains. And there will be other considerations, as well.  Clearly, sales have an effect on everything from supplier part inventories to future product planning.

Here’s an interesting chart from the folks at TrueCar. What they’ve done is examine such things as previous sales, day of month, incentive availability, inventory, and negotiation flexibility, and come up with the “largest potential discount” that buyers could conceivably get for different categories of cars and trucks. They’re not suggesting that you can go into your local dealer and snag one of these vehicles with that highlighted percentage off; this is what they’ve calculated using inputs from across the U.S. (They also offer a TrueCar price report for vehicles that they think can help buyers get a better price when they bring it in during their car shopping.)

Looks like Ford is offering quite a number of deals, so if you’re interested, you’d better get to it.

 

Year

Vehicle Segment

Make

Model

Trim

MSRP

True Average

Customer Cash

NetPrice

Discount from MSRP

2010

Large Car

Mercury

Grand Marquis

4dr Sedan LS

$30,400

$29,622

$4,000

$25,622

15.7%

2010

Large SUV

Ford

Expedition

2WD 4dr XLT

$36,510

$34,785

$3,000

$31,785

12.9%

2010

Large Truck

Ford

Super Duty F-250

2WD Reg Cab 137" XL

$26,850

$25,562

$5,000

$20,562

23.4%

2010

Luxury Car

Volvo

C70

2dr Conv Man

$40,850

$33,366

$0

$33,366

18.3%

2010

Luxury Sport Car

Infiniti

G37 Coupe

2dr Sport RWD

$41,265

$37,738

$0

$37,738

8.5%

2010

Luxury SUV

Lincoln

MKX

FWD 4dr

$39,695

$37,544

$4,000

$33,544

15.5%

2010

Midsize Car

Ford

Fusion

4dr Sedan S FWD

$20,420

$19,354

$2,000

$17,354

15.0%

2010

Midsize SUV

Mercury

Mountaineer

RWD 4dr V6

$30,295

$28,782

$3,000

$25,782

14.9%

2010

Minivan

Mazda

MAZDA5

4dr Wagon Man Sport

$19,260

$17,588

$0

$17,588

8.7%

2010

Small Car

Toyota

Corolla

4dr Sedan Man

$16,200

$14,973

$0

$14,973

7.6%

2010

Small SUV

Ford

Escape

FWD 4dr XLS

$21,745

$20,931

$2,000

$18,931

12.9%

2010

Small Truck

Suzuki

Equator

2WD Crew Cab V6 Auto Sport Long Bed

$25,870

$23,001

$0

$23,001

11.1%

2010

Sport Car

Mazda

RX-8

4dr Coupe Auto Sport

$27,395

$24,770

$0

$24,770

9.6%

2010

Subcompact Car

Kia

Rio

4dr Sedan Man

$12,390

$11,606

$0

$11,606

6.3%

2010

Van

Ford

Econoline Cargo Van

E-150 Commercial

$26,490

$25,329

$1,500

$23,829

10.0%

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