6 of the Best Used Car, Truck, and SUV Deals in November 2022

As new-car sales tick up, deals can be found on in-stock, used models.

6 of the best used car, truck, and SUV deals in November 2022Buick | Hyundai | Audi | Mercedes-Benz

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October 2022 saw sales of new vehicles in the U.S. increase 15% over October 2021. With interest-rate hikes looming and continuing supply chain issues, a certified pre-owned (CPO) vehicle might be the best bet for someone looking to get into something newer while still retaining the benefits of a manufacturer’s warranty or maintenance plan.

There are plenty of deals to be found during November on CPO vehicles of all kinds, from cars to trucks and SUVs. When shopping online, be sure to search dealers in your area for available supply and be thorough: While we may call out one vehicle in a lineup, companies like Ford, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and GM have CPO offers this month that cover a wide range of models. As one example, CPO 2019-2021 Mercedes-Benz C-Class models are listed here, but similar deals can be found on the E-Class and some SUV models, as well.

Let’s dig into some of the best CPO deals you’ll find available through the end of November.

2022 Buick Encore GXBuick

Buick Encore GX: 0.9% APR

Among several CPO General Motors SUVs available through the end of November at 0.9% APR is Buick’s Encore GX. The step-up version of Chevrolet’s Trailblazer packs a lot of features into a relatively inexpensive compact SUV.

2022 Hyundai SonataHyundai

2017-2022 Hyundai Sonata: 0.9% APR for 36 Months

Hyundai’s Sonata is an attractive midsize sedan with impressive fuel economy at all trim levels, and through January 3, 2023, CPO models from 2017-2022 can be had at 0.9% APR for 36 months.

2021 Audi A5 SportbackAudi

2019-2021 Audi A5 Sportback: 3.49% APR for 36 Months

The A5 Sportback adds two doors and a hatchback to Audi’s handsome coupe, making it all the more practical in the process. Through the end of November, certified A5 Sportbacks are available at 3.49% APR for 36 months.

2022 Mercedes-Benz C-ClassMercedes-Benz

2019-2021 Mercedes-Benz C-Class: 2.99% APR for 36 Months

Mercedes-Benz’s widely popular C-Class might be out of reach for some when priced new, but now through the end of November, 2019-2021 certified pre-owned models are being offered at 2.99% APR for 36 months. Unfortunately, the deal does exclude the exciting AMG models.

2020 BMW 3 SeriesBMW

2018-2020 BMW 3 Series: 3.99% APR for 36 Months

On the topic of ubiquitous German luxury sedans, BMW currently is offering 3.99% APR for 36 months on all CPO models through November, including the 3 Series. Check dealers in your area for availability.

2022 Ford RangerFord

Ford Ranger: 0.99% APR for 36 Months

While the popular Maverick compact pickup truck recovers from availability issues thanks to supply chain constraints, you can get into any Gold Certified Ford Ranger midsize at 0.99% APR for 36 months through December 31, 2022. Gold Certified vehicles are Ford models that are less than 6 years old and have fewer than 80,000 miles.

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James Tate
James Tate has been writing about cars professionally for 15 years and he remains obsessed with them. He enjoys digging into the incredible technology of new vehicles as much as he likes the tactility and the driving experience of yesterday’s cars. He has written for a variety of legacy automotive magazines and websites.