as st. patrick's day weekend approaches, car shoppers may be hoping the luck o' the irish will score them a pot o' gold in the form of a brand-new car. well, consider your four-leaf clover, 'cuz our monthly roundup of the best deals available for new cars may just score you some st. paddy's savings. but you needn't go to the end of the rainbow for our latest car-buying advice, lasses and lads — instead, you'll find it perched atop this week's list of most popular articles.
the march best-deals report from our patrick masterson highlights discounts on the jeep compass suv, ford fusion sedan, chrysler pacifica minivan and this month's editor's choice, the hyundai sonata, along with returning recommendations in the chevrolet cruze, hyundai sonata and nissan pathfinder. follow the link below for the full rundown on why car shoppers should be looking for these models, along with a primer on how we determine the best new-car deals for a given month.
rounding out the top five were a recall for the 2019 subaru crosstrek and forester, our preview of the all-new mazda cx-30 small suv, a full pricing report on the new-for-2020 cadillac xt6 luxury suv and our comprehensive expert review on the 2019 acura mdx three-row luxury crossover. also of note is our first "tesla tuesday" news roundup of all things tesla, which checks in at no. 8 for the week.
and there's much more where all that came from. here are the 10 stories readers couldn't get enough of in the past week:
1. what's the best new-car deal for march 2019?
2. 2019 subaru crosstrek, forester: recall alert
4. you can get a 2020 cadillac xt6 for 20 grand less than an esco
5. 2019 acura mdx review: transmission tweaks put it in our good graces
6. limited chiron sport marks 110 years of none of us owning a bugatti
7. polestar 2 arrives to challenge tesla model 3
8. tesla tuesday: model y reveal, autopilot upgrade and more
9. 2020 hyundai sonata gets styling redo (and it's so-nata boring one)
10. top 5 reviews and videos of the week: 2019 aston martin vantage takes off
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