Wicked Deals for Wicked Cars

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Christian Gulliksen is the Senior Automotive Editor for CarsDirect. He was formerly a senior editor with Robb Report magazine, and has contributed to publications like Worth, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter and MarketingProfs.com.

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, Senior Automotive Editor - October 19, 2015

As Halloween approaches, our thoughts turn to the sinister—specifically to cars that look downright wicked in red or black. But this is CarsDirect, after all, so we wouldn't recommend a wicked car unless it also had a wicked deal.

2015 Chevrolet Camaro

Chevrolet Camaro

Almost nothing looks as menacing as a Camaro. But its price won't scare you off. While most 2015 models come with $2,250 in customer cash, you'll get $3,250 on the range-topping Z/28. You'll have to give up $1,500 of your cash allowance for the current finance deal, but the tradeoff is up to 72 months at 0%.

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2015 Dodge Challenger

Dodge Challenger

Think a muscle car with a V6 doesn't have the power to intimidate? Think again. The 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 in the Dodge Challenger makes an aggressive 305 horsepower. And if you select a 2015 SXT or SXT Plus, you'll get a cash allowance of $1,000 -- the only cash offer so far this year.

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2015 Ford Mustang

Ford Mustang

The redesigned Mustang has been a sales success for Ford, but you'll still get a $500 cash rebate whether you choose a 2015 or a 2016 model. You'll get another $500 if you're currently leasing a competitive vehicle and switching to Ford.

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2016 BMW 640i

BMW 640

The deals on a snarling 2016 BMW 640i aren't as good as they were on the now-sold-out 2015 model, but they're still good. Look for $2,000 in bonus cash on BMW's premium coupe, which features an even more aggressively styled nose for 2016.

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2015 Audi RS 5

Audi RS 5

Loyalty may not be a virtue for the wicked, but it'll net you a good deal on the tire-shredding Audi RS 5. If you're a current owner who finances through Audi, you'll get a $1,000 in bonus cash on a 2015 model.

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, Senior Automotive Editor

Christian Gulliksen is the Senior Automotive Editor for CarsDirect. He was formerly a senior editor with Robb Report magazine, and has contributed to publications like Worth, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter and MarketingProfs.com.

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