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iSeeCars has put together a list of new vehicles with the highest amount of 2018 inventory and the Eclipse Cross ranked 4th behind the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, Jeep Wrangler, and Porsche Macan. As a result their research shows there are some good deals to be had on Eclipse Cross'.

Here's the link to their article: https://www.iseecars.com/new-car-deals-study

iSeeCars New Vehicles with the Highest 2018 Inventory

1 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited - 19.5%
2 Jeep Wrangler - 16.8%
3 Porsche Macan - 15.3%
4 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross - 12.5%
5 Dodge Durango - 12.5%
6 Chrysler Pacifica - 9.6%
7 Chevrolet Malibu - 8.7%
8 Ford EcoSport - 8.4%
9 Jeep Compass - 7.7%
10 Kia Optima - 7.1%
Overall Average - 4.0%

The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross compact SUV, ranked fourth, and the Ford Ecosport subcompact SUV, ranked eighth, were both introduced in the 2018 model year. “These vehicles debuted in 2018, and new buyers likely passed on these model in favor of established models,” said Ly. Examples of current incentives for these vehicles include a $3,500 customer rebate on the Eclipse Cross in addition to a $6,000 savings off MSRP.
 

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It bugs me that people pay top dollar for a vehicle and then the manufacturer (Mitsubishi) devalue the vehicle with discounts and giveaways.

In Australia the deal now includes
7 YEAR WARRANTY+ 2 YEARS FREE SERVICING* & $1,000 FREE GENUINE ACCESSORIES#

I got 5 year warranty and bugga all of the rest.
 

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It bugs me that people pay top dollar for a vehicle and then the manufacturer (Mitsubishi) devalue the vehicle with discounts and giveaways.

In Australia the deal now includes
7 YEAR WARRANTY+ 2 YEARS FREE SERVICING* & $1,000 FREE GENUINE ACCESSORIES#

I got 5 year warranty and bugga all of the rest.
Wow, I didn't realize you can that much in Australia. Is that deal for 2018's?
 

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It bugs me that people pay top dollar for a vehicle and then the manufacturer (Mitsubishi) devalue the vehicle with discounts and giveaways.

In Australia the deal now includes
7 YEAR WARRANTY+ 2 YEARS FREE SERVICING* & $1,000 FREE GENUINE ACCESSORIES#

I got 5 year warranty and bugga all of the rest.
Its the cost of being an early adopter. I find waiting 2-3 years after a vehicle comes out is the best time to buy.
 
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