After spending the first few weeks of 2012 compiling and analyzing our 2011 new car buying data – one fact has become glaringly obvious: women are more practical car buyers than men. While the average new car offer for a man is around $31,911, women typically seek cars and options that land them at a $28,306 price range. However, the two sexes save about the same. Men usually get 10.3% off MSRP and women get around 10.2% off MSRP.
We also learned that older buyers and West Coast buyers get slightly better discounts. You can check out more 2011 data in the infographic below.
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