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Consumer Reports Best New SUV Incentive Deals Available Right Now!

Here are the latest selections car buyers need to know on what 2022 models right now that are the best SUV deals available today with these current incentives offered by dealers.
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SUV Spring Shopping in 2022

Earlier we learned about the most reliable 3-year-old midsized SUVs with modern safety features that analysts at Consumer Reports gleaned from a data base that showed customer satisfaction with those used SUV models.

Today, we have a new report from CR analysts that offers the best new---rather than used---SUV deals you should be looking at right now that provide car buyers a break with these models currently selling at below or just above MSRP sticker prices---depending on the trim and other added features.

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Therefore, if you have been looking for a new SUV earlier this year, you’ve most likely found that some models are either impossible to get or come at a price that does not fit your budget. The good news is that after analyzing current national incentives focused on SUVs, Consumer Reports’ analysts found seven models worth considering not only possessing strong overall scores factoring in road-test performance, owner satisfaction, reliability, and safety; but also range in discounts 5-7% below current MSRP sticker prices.

THE BEST SUV DEALS

That said, here are the current listings to help consumers find the new SUV deals they have been waiting for to fit their budgets. Please note dates that incentives end on the deals.

Best New SUV Deals

1. Chevrolet Blazer: 7% Off
Price Range: $33,400 - $44,000
CR MPG: Overall 19 / City 13 / Hwy 27 mpg
Rated #3 of 11 Midsized sport-utility vehicles

Selected Model: 2022 Chevrolet Blazer 2LT AWD
Incentives expire: May 2, 2022
MSRP: $36,100
Potential savings off MSRP: $2,661
Bottom line price: $33,439

2. Nissan Murano: 7% Off
Price Range: $33,210 - $46,460
CR MPG: Overall 21 / City 15 / Hwy 29 mpg
Rated #4 of 11 Midsized sport-utility vehicles

Selected Model: 2022 Nissan Murano AWD SL
Incentives expire: May 2, 2022
MSRP: $42,410
Potential savings off MSRP: $3,106
Bottom line price: $39,304

3. Chevrolet Equinox: 7% Off
Price Range: $25,800 - $32,600
CR MPG: Overall 25 / City 17 / Hwy 34 mpg
Rated #7 of 23 Compact sport-utility vehicles

Selected Model: 2022 Chevrolet Equinox LT with 1LT AWD
Incentives expire: May 2, 2022
MSRP: $28,500
Potential savings off MSRP: $2,061
Bottom line price: $26,439

4. GMC Acadia: 7% Off
Price Range: $34,800 - $48,600
CR MPG: Overall 19 / City 13 / Hwy 28 mpg
Rated #8 of 29 Luxury midsized sport-utility vehicles

Selected Model: 2022 GMC Acadia Denali AWD
Incentives expire: May 2, 2022
MSRP: $48,600
Potential savings off MSRP: $3,236
Bottom line price: $45,364

5. Chevrolet Traverse: 6% Off
Price Range: $33,700 - $53,400
CR MPG: Overall 20 / City 14 / Hwy 28 mpg
Rated #5 of 14 Midsized sport-utility vehicles 3-row

Selected Model: 2022 Chevrolet Traverse Premier AWD
Incentives expire: May 2, 2022
MSRP: $49,200
Potential savings off MSRP: $3,013
Bottom line price: $46,187

6. Cadillac XT5: 6% Off
Price Range: $43,995 - $55,895
CR MPG: Overall 20 / City 13 / Hwy 30 mpg
Rated #2 of 30 Luxury compact sport-utility vehicles

Selected Model: 2022 Cadillac XT5 Luxury AWD
Incentives expire: May 2, 2022
MSRP: $45,995
Potential savings off MSRP: $2,800
Bottom line price: $43,195

Ford Edge: 5% Off
Price Range: $36,145 - $44,945
CR MPG: Overall 22 / City 15 / Hwy 31 mpg
Rated #5 of 11 Midsized sport-utility vehicles

Selected Model: 2022 Ford Edge SEL AWD
Incentives expire: May 2, 2022
MSRP: $38,445
Potential savings off MSRP: $2,037
Bottom line price: $36,408

And finally…

If you want to learn more about the vehicles listed above, be sure to use Torque News’ search option in the header above to find past articles and reviews on many models, both current and past.

For a more detailed breakdown of the data, please visit the CR website. Note that while access to some information requires a CR membership, the potential savings make it negligible in comparison when looking for the latest information to aid your car buying research.

For additional news related to Consumer Reports research, here’s an informative titled “Consumer Reports Shows All-Wheel-Drive Owners How to Save Money on Their SUV Tires.”

Timothy Boyer is a Torque News automotive reporter based in Cincinnati. Experienced with early car restorations, he regularly restores older vehicles with engine modifications for improved performance. Follow Tim on Twitter at @TimBoyerWrites for daily new and used vehicle news.

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