Cyber Monday: Five Awesome Auto Deals
Ah, Black Friday, quite possibly the lowest point of our capitalism-driven society. With the denizens of sheep lining up for their $150 flat screens, we here at BoldRide hope you were smart enough to avoid the rush. Just because you missed the crowds, though, does not mean you missed the deals, as a new tradition has arisen, enter, Cyber Monday. The Monday following Black Friday has quickly grown as one of the largest online shopping days of the year. In response, online retailers are offering the same kinds of "First 25 Customer" deals as many of the brick-and-mortar stores. That said, we care little for a half-priced eyebrow waxer; we care more so about the car-related deals (although, half price...)! So here are 5 Cyber Monday deals that car nuts can look forward to! ToyotaPartSales
Toyotas are some of the top selling cars on the road today. They are immensely reliable, and very common so parts are rather inexpensive. That doesn't mean you can't save a little more. To that end, Toyotapartsales.com provides you with damned near every alternator and engine available on the market, and, cheaper than you'd find anywhere near a Toyota dealer, that's for sure. StangMods
Got a Mustang? Want to modify it? Don't want to go to some salvage yard to dig out the parts yourself? Well, allfordmustangs.com has the deal for you. Starting on Nov. 23 and running through Monday the 26th, the aftermarket Mustang specialist is offering 10% off all orders. That may not seem like a ton, but if you are in the market for a $7,000 Whipple supercharger, thats $700 off the price, so mod-away! Auto Zone: Actron AutoScanner OK, so this one has been available for a bit, and it will continue to be available through January 07 of 2013, but its a great deal nonetheless. ODB readers are the kind of tools that you plug into the car's fusebox (usually where the ODB port is located) and it can tell you exactly what is wrong with your car when the check engine light comes on. This way you don't have to take your car to the mechanic just to find out that the light is on because of a faulty O2 sensor (a very cheap, easy fix). The Price of this ODB reader is $129.99, and until 1/7/13, you can buy it online with a $30 discount! Priceline Car Rentals With the holidays hitting us full force in the face like a ton of bricks, sometimes, the best route may be to leave your modded out Mustang or, uh, Camry behind and take up one of the near half-off car rental deals. Priceline alone is offering a 40% off deal, which, allows you the use of a car not your own for all your holiday traveling mishaps. Best Buy Electronics
Yes, I'm sure as you all know Best Buy is one of the huge players cashing in on all the Black Friday/Cyber Monday bonanza. And while we weren't unfortunate enough to stand anxiously in the cold for hours at a time this past Friday, today, Best Buy is giving away some pretty sweet deals on auto-electronics. From GPS to audio systems and even sweet GoPro cameras and mounts for all your hooning pleasure.