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Memorial Day weekend isn’t what it used to be…for car shoppers.
Gone are the many incentives that marked the holidays, thanks to low inventory of new vehicles due to shortages of semiconductors and other parts.
Transaction prices remain inflated across the industry, giving dealerships and automakers little incentive to put money on the hood.
But there are some out there if you know where to look.
Active duty military and veterans are still eligible for discounts from most automakers, and that remains true this year.
Acura, BMW, Ford, Genesis, General Motors, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Lexus, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Subaru, Toyota and Volkswagen are all offering rebates ranging from $300 to $2,000 in 2022, according to CarsDirect.com.
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Consumer Reports also spotted 10 discounts available to everyone on a range of car, truck and SUV models that are highly rated by the product testing organization.
Here is a list of the vehicles with the biggest discounts offered on certain versions until the end of May:
Chevy Equinox: 8%
Chevy Blazer: 8%
Nissan Murano: 7%
RAM 1500: 7%
GMC Acadia: 7%
Chevy Traverse: 7%
Chrysler 300: 6%
Cadillac XT5: 6%
Dodge Charger: 6%
Toyota Prius Premium: 5%