Prices Drop on Selected 2012 Auto Models to Increase Sales
Different automakers are doing the best they could to increase their revenue. The economy has not been that good this past few years and depression is felt in every country, which is why consumers are more on saving than spending. In order to save the declining sales of automobile, companies made a strategy where they can gain the numbers that they lost.
These companies came to a conclusion of decreasing the prices of their 2012 models so that they can boost their sales. Since 2009, numbers of sold cars are decreasing and to roll up their profits they need customers to visit their showrooms again and offer them, if not the same, the discounted price for the model. Car models for 2012 that will be having a drop in prices are as follows
- Volkwagen Passat. $20,765 is the starting price for this model; $6,930 has been discounted from its 2010 model cost. Upon purchasing the car the owner will be entitled for three-year Carefree Maintenance Plan.
- Mercedes Benz’s CLS Class. Two luxury coups in this class will have a drop this coming year. The CLS550 will have discount of $2,700 so its starting price will be $72,175, while the CLS63 AMG will have a drop of $4,150 making $95,775 the starting price.
- Jeep Grand Cherokee had made their price fall last year but this coming 2012 they are still willing to remove some Gs. Their Laredo will have a decrease of $3,220 from last year’s price.
- Toyota Camry one of the best selling cars is also dropping its prices next year. XLE models will have a decrease of $2,000 from its original price while the Hybrid models will have $1,150 less.
- Lincoln MKT with EcoBoost will less $3,005 from its price of last year’s model. A reasonable price for a turbocharged engine and fuel economy vehicle.