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Are you in the market for a new vehicle? Perhaps you have gone tired of purchasing some Toyota Camry parts accessories just to make your old and ratty Camry look and work like new. If you would like to replace your old vehicle, then perhaps this is the right season to do so.

You see, the 1st of January is already coming in so soon so much so that most auto manufacturers and dealers are making sure that the products that they have on their hands for the model year 2006 would already be sold. And with that, these groups do try to make sure that they give consumers and prospective buyers the chance to take advantage of any promotions they have had in handy. After all, automotive clearance sales are already going at top speed.

Mark Perleberg is the lead auto expert at and he did mention that this season would perhaps be the best time for consumers and parties in the market for a new vehicle to actually start purchasing the vehicles they want. Or need. That is, if they are after 2006 vehicle makes and models. There are already tons of great deals available for them to grab and take advantage of. This surely is the holiday buying season and everybody just wants to make sure that their stocks are clear come the New Year.

Perleberg even does continue, “Because 2006 is coming to a close, people automatically assume the only deals they’ll get are on 2006 makes and models, but that’s incorrect. As dealers close out the calendar year and make room for 2008s – set to hit showrooms in the spring – buyers can get some excellent deals on both 2006 and 2007 models alike.” You can always refer to the various auto sites to actually catch a glimpse as per how much you would be saving and how much you would be getting if you would be taking part in the great auto deals ramping up in speed.

According to Perleberg, “For example, a 2006 Chevrolet Tahoe 4dr 4WD 1500 LS features a $2000 purchase cash rebate or a 36-month, 3.9% purchase special financing offer. The 2007 version comes with exactly the same purchase cash-back rebate and an identical purchase finance offer.”

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