It's winter, which means you're thinking about how much you hate your rear-wheel drive car from 1994 that takes half an hour to heat up to a point where the seats don't crunch with ice. Obviously you want to get the best deal you can, because who walks into a dealership and says "I'd like to pay full price and not a cent lower."

iSeeCars released their guide to buying a car, which included the 10 best time frames to shop. You may know about Toyotathon and Happy Honda Days, but it turns out there's a few other deals you can catch.

Top 10 Best Times to Buy a Used Car
RankTime of Year% More Deals than Average
1Martin Luther King Jr. Day39.2%
2January28.7%
3February22.1%
4New Year's Eve/New Year's Day20.5%
5Christmas Eve18.1%
6December13.0%
7March12.6%
8Veterans Day11.9%
9November6.2%
10Thanksgiving/Black Friday2.7%

They also looked at when the deals were less than impressive, and found certain times of the year tend to trend towards having less deals than others.

Top 10 Worst Times to Buy a Used Car 
RankTime of Year% Fewer Deals than Average
1July 4th18.6%
2June16.9%
3July16.2%
4Father’s Day15.5%
5September15.0%
6Memorial Day14.7%
7August14.7%
8May14.7%
9Mother’s Day10.9%
10October5.5%

Read more at iSeeCars

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