As the weather begins to heat up, so will automakers' plans to lure us into their showrooms. More dealerships than ever are offering zero-percent financing deals on some of their best vehicles.

GM (Chevrolet, Buick, Cadillac and GMC), Chrysler (Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep), Ford (Ford, Mercury and Lincoln), Hyundai, Kia, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Saab, Suzuki, Toyota, Volkswagen and Volvo are all offering zero-percent loans on some of their models.

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Here are carmakers that are currently offering zero-percent financing deals for 2010 models through the summer. For a complete list of all financing and rebate offers go to Cars.com.

Chevrolet
Avalanche 1500
Cobalt
Corvette
HHR Panel
HHR
Impala
Malibu
Silverado (All trims)
Suburban
Tahoe
Traverse

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Cadillac
CTS-V
CTS
DTS
Escalade (All trims)
STS

Chrysler
300
PT Cruiser
Sebring
Town & Country

 

Ford
Edge
Escape
Expedition
Explorer
Flex
Focus
Fusion
Mustang
Ranger
Taurus
Transit Connect

Dodge
Avenger
Caliber
Charger
Dakota
Grand Caravan
Journey
Nitro
Ram Pickup
Viper

 

GMC
Acadia
Sierra
Yukon

Hummer
H3 SUV

Infiniti
EX35
FX35
FX50
G37
Qx56

 

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Kia
Forte Koupe
Forte
Optima
Sedona
Sorento
Soul
Sportage

Jeep
Commander
Compass
Grand Cherokee
Liberty
Patriot
Wrangler

 

Mazda
CX-7
CX-9
Mazda5
Mazda6
Mazda3
Tribute

Lincoln
MKS
MKT
MKZ
Navigator
Town Car

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Nissan
Altima Hybrid
Altima
Armada
Frontier
GT-R
Maxima
Murano
Pathfinder
Rogue
Sentra
Titan
Versa
Xterra

Mitsubishi
Eclipse Spyder
Eclipse
Endeavor
Galant
Lancer Evolution
Lancer Sportback
Lancer
Outlander

 

Toyota
Camry
Corolla
Matrix
RAV4
Tundra
Yaris

Suzuki
Equator
Grand Vitara
Kizashi
SX4

 

Volvo
C30
C70
S40
S80
V50
V70
XC70

Volkswagen
CC
Eos
Golf
New Beetle
Routan