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Do Not Buy A Lemon Till You Read This

Posted on November 3, 2022 by Gregory Campbell
Purchasing a used vehicle could be a great way to save lots of some money while still obtaining a good car.In the event that you shop smart, you could find a car or truck that's in good shape and can provide years of service.With some research, doing your research, and patience, investing in a used car could be well worth enough time.Remember that for the future, you are considering the very best car to get the best price--not this is the lowest price...

Negotiating Tips to Use When Buying a New Car

Posted on April 24, 2022 by Gregory Campbell
Being a good negotiator does not have to be hard.Sooner or later everyone has to negotiate with someone if they wish to get a fantastic deal on a purchase.When you are attempting to negotiate with a car dealer, you should be aware they are very practiced in the art today.You'll have to learn how to get through their"car speak" in order to succeed.As you now know how to calculate your offer and already know what the dealer paid for it, you should find a copy of the paperwork from a friend that recently bought a car, so you can get familiar with what you may see on your paperwork...

More Sales Scams to Avoid When Buying Your Car

Posted on March 10, 2022 by Gregory Campbell
I have shown you the most popular, but let us look at a few more.1.Written contract scam: This is basically when the finance manager sits you down and begins to write himself into frenzy, while quickly throwing numbers at you till you are so confused, you wind up paying more than you agreed upon.This may seem impossible for a man to get away with but believe meit happens all the time.The finance manager is counting on you being confused and desperate to get out of there, so assumes you will just go along with whatever he says...

Dealership Scams

Posted on February 7, 2022 by Gregory Campbell
Car Dealers have numerous ways to scam a potential buyer.Let us examine a few of them so you understand what to look out for when making your next car purchase:The VIN# Window Etching ScamBasically a dealer will charge you $300-$900 for window etching and they'll tell you that you have to pay the money to get the loan because the banks insists on it.Some dealers might tell you that the etching is free but will add on the etch money to your monthly payments to make up for it...

How to Buy a Used Car at 90% Savings Off the Book Value

Posted on August 21, 2021 by Gregory Campbell
To get a used car is a great idea for saving money.Everyone knows that a new car lost 65% of its value in the first five decades.However, the case would be more extreme for a 1 to 2 years old car, it will lost its value 30-40%.If you don't mind to drive a used car (I mean a 2 to 5 years old car, it looks pretty new) rather than a new car, you may save much money to pay many other bills.If you would like to keep the car not too old, you may resell it after driving for 2 to 3 years and buy another newer one...

Making The Dealer An Offer

Posted on February 18, 2021 by Gregory Campbell
Prior to making an offer you will need to locate a dealer with the car you want.You have three options in doing so.- Drive around all day and night trying to find a dealer with the car you want.- Spend countless hours online finding local dealers who have websites.And THEN spend more time digging through their websites to find your new car.- fill out a request form online and have a dealer contact you if he or she has the car you're searching for...