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...or buy a new one.
...or buy a new one.
You can get 0% financing for 72 months on a new Chevy Suburban.
Q. But now is a good time to buy an SUV or a crossover, right?

A. Yep, if sticker price is your primary concern. You might knock as much as 15% off the MSRP, says Spinella.

Plus, you have your choice of sweet financing (like 0% for 72 months on a Chevy Suburban) or hefty rebates (an average of $5,097, according to Edmunds.com, and as much as $7,000 on a Hummer H3).

Figure out which is the better bet by using the "Cash Back vs. Low Interest" calculator at Cars.com.

NEXT: Low low interest rates!

Last updated August 12 2008: 6:04 AM ET
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