Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Get the car prices you deserve!

As I think back to 2005 when I bought my last new car, I cringe when I think of the process I went through unnecessarily. Being a first time new car buys, I thought I had to go to all the dealers and be hounded by the sales people. This wasn’t the case then and isn’t the case now. Don’t let people pressure you over Car Prices and features. Find out what you want and what you wan to pay, on your own.

4 comments:

rel=nofollowEasyPPP said...

Great advice. It's very easy to get a bad deal on a car if you don't do your homework first.

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rel=nofollowJames n_n said...

yeey new car! n_n

rel=nofollowWeight Loss Wand said...

I also do the same thing. I buy what I want in my desired budget only, and don’t let others enforce me what I don’t desire.

CarWorldConnect said...

I have been a car collector for a very long time, and I just recently made what I thought was a good deal at a Nissan Dealer. I researched the prices of various makes and models, and was armed with dangerous information to shop. I went the dealer with my informaiton folded in my jacket pocket. I was surprised to find that I could buy the vehicle that I had chosen for much less than what all my research had shown. Well it all points back to Business 101. Supply in demand. I think we lend too much to the research sometimes and should realize what is happening to prices and interest rates. Auto makers have a huge supply of autos on hand, and need to get rid of stock. One can still find good deals out there. You just have to stop paying inflated costs of MSRP, as some still do. The bartering system is still alive and should be used to the extreme.