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How To Get The Best Deal When Buying A New Or Used Car

how to buy a new car
how to buy a new car

How To Buy A New Car?

When searching for the answer to this question and if you have money, many people will try to get it from you. Some in the form of scammers, others in form of expensively selling an automobile.


1. Look Out for Multiple Options:

Sometimes there are two cars of same color and model but Dealer A is more expensive than dealer B. There is also a bank which is offering the same car for moderate payment plans.

It all depends upon how you want. The best utilitarian approach is to scout out a number of dealers and bank financing plans and then make your decision.

2. Don’t Get Emotional

Salespeople are known to hit upon your soft side — your emotions. They may sugarcoat you about how to buy a new car and how you can compromise but you have to make the decision based upon logic.

3. Bargaining

Even if the shop says fixed price it does not hurt to ask if the shop is interested in lower their prices. The worst they can say is NO.

When people are advising you about how to buy a new car and you are searching for Multiple offers from multiple dealers, it is very important to ask for a lower price. Keep pushing until the dealer can go no further.

You might think that you are getting unfair for the dealer but think about the dealer’s perspective. He could have raised the price much higher than his profit, hoping for people to make discounts? Everything is possible and so, it does not hurt to ask for a discount.

4. Turning Down Dealer Accessories

Accessories or add-ons, as one describes them. Sometimes you want to buy a car and the dealer is trying to sell you a bunch of car related products such as rustproofing or detailing, trying to make his bread and butter of the day.

Promptly say no because you are only interested (at least pretend) in buying a car. With the removal of accessories, the base price of total expenditure will be low.

NOTE: If you live in an area with lots of waterfalls and you need rustproofing, get it from someplace else. It will probably be a lot cheaper than what the dealer is offering.

5. Don’t Be Afraid to Walk Away

Sometimes the other party is under the impression that you are their sole option and they may try to manipulate you by ridiculous offers.

The best strategy is to take a firm ground and initially try to bargain. If they don’t listen to you, tell them you are not afraid to walk away from the deal.

They will, usually offer the best deal after this (drama). The point is to have a flexible mindset. Do not get attached to one car and always remember!

‘There are plenty of cars and dealers in the sea’


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