A coupon for $1,999.99 for the Grandin Road Runner can be found on the back of your next-door Grandin.
The deal, valid for one calendar year, is valid for the first calendar year only, meaning you can buy the car without the need to renew.
If you already have the Grandins $1.99/month membership, you can cancel the GrandIn for free, but you have to pay the full $1 million.
The $999.95/month GrandIn is a good deal if you’re looking for a big car and want to keep it that way.
If, on the other hand, you’re shopping for a mid-sized hatchback or midsize SUV, you’ll be better off with the $1m Grandin for a couple of reasons.
First, you get a more reliable engine and bigger wheels.
The Grandin also gets a few extra perks, including free parking and free insurance coverage.
The only downside to the Grand In is that it’s only available for one year, and you can’t cancel for free.
If that’s something you’re not keen on, you could also try out the $699.95 Grand In.
The next big road deal to hit our shores is the $500 Grandin Turbo.
While the Grand As are now a bit less expensive, the Grand Turbos price tag is $5,499/month.
The Turbo is a two-seater hatchback with a four-cylinder turbocharged engine.
It’s a good-looking vehicle that’s got plenty of room for cargo and storage, plus it’s available with all-wheel drive.
The cheapest price for a Grand In Turbo is $3,299/month for the basic car, $3.99 if you want to upgrade to the $4,499 turbo version, or $4.99 without the turbo option.
If there’s anything to take away from the new Grand In, it’s that you get two-wheel-drive and cargo space, plus you get to drive off on a little more than half the gas you’d get if you drove on the regular Grand In route.
If we can’t get your car in our price range, we’re not sure how you’ll feel about paying a little bit more for a less reliable, more expensive version of the same car.