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"How do i negotiate with a used car
"I am looking to buy a used car ...but i have never had
to "deal" with salespeople before. How should i go about
negotiating the price, to get the best possible price?"
To successfully negotiate for the best possible price, there are a
few things you can do to prepare yourself for the process.
#1) Narrow down your vehicle choices prior to visiting the
dealership, and research them online. If you let the salesman direct
you to a vehicle that you didn't have on your list, he will be the
only one in the conversation who is informed.
#2) Don't discuss how you intend to pay for the vehicle until it is
time to sit down and discuss deal. Salesmen will try to pry as much
information about your intentions as quickly as possible. This will
give them the edge if you tell them too much.
In almost every case, the salesman is NOT ALLOWED (by management) to
offer you the best price the dealership is willing to offer. They
always leave a little money off the table, so that the "Sales
Manager" has something to give when the "let me talk to my boss"
speech kicks in. Talking to the "boss" never works if the salesman
has given away all the discounts the dealership would be willing to
give. The only think left for the manager to do would be to say
"please", and that is not likely to be successful.
#4) Remember, the salesman is skilled, and (no offense) you're not.
Almost every word that comes out of his mouth after "how can I help
you", is carefully choreographed to secure a deal, and one that
provides for the best possible profit for the dealership, and
commission for him. If you want to take more control, don't do
things in his or her order, change things up, and take a little
control, (at least as much as possible in HIS house).
#5) Should you purchase a car, you will certainly be exposed to what
we call the "F&I" guy. This guy's job is to sell you as many "add
on's" as possible. In the new car world, in many cases, this is the
only real chance for a dealer to make a profit. The Internet has
educated the public about vehicle values, and tough for the dealers
to make too much on the sale of a car. So - they now use
"after-sale" products to try to regain profit. Things such as
extended warranties, under coating, security features, gap
insurance, and the like are LOADED with commission money, and are a
big waist of money. When offered these products, you will probably
see as much sales pressure as you did when negotiating the car sale.
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Vehicle Review: 2011 Chevrolet Equinox
Posted June 16, 2013
Roomy and graced with an available snappy V6, the previous-generation
Equinox had its charms, but it didn't shine
enough to surpass its rivals. As a result, Chevrolet's capable but
undistinguished hauler was left to linger on the lots as shoppers flocked to
more popular choices from the likes of Honda and Toyota. But thanks to a
full redesign in 2010, the latest Equinox has vaulted up to be a top pick in
the small crossover SUV segment.
The 2011 Chevrolet Equinox boasted character and refinement, two traits that
were missing in previous-generation models, and indeed many small crossovers
in general. With a rear seat that slid back to create an expanse worthy of a
prom-night limousine, the Equinox easily counted rear legroom among its
strengths. Ride quality was another plus, with the Equinox delivering a
stable, well-planted ride. In terms of equipment, the Equinox was fully
competitive, with plenty of standard features and some nice upgrades, like a
hard-drive-based navigation system.....more
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purchase, with a bad credit history, or even no credit history at all.
Vehicle Review: 2012 Ford Escape
Posted May 21, 2013
Ford is hitting more home runs, and without any chemical augmentation,
either. The 2012 Ford Escape was not exactly one of them, however, as this
long-serving platform carried on unchanged until the appearance of a
complete redesign slated for the next year.
That's not to say that the Escape had been benched for 2012. Despite its
aged design, it remained a very popular vehicle among compact crossover
consumers. Indeed it's consistently been among the top-selling vehicles
thanks to its handsome styling, spirited performance and numerous high-tech
features. Among the latter innovations is Sync, the affordable
voice-activated interface for audio features. In addition the Escape offered
Auto Park, a Ford system that enables the Escape to identify a likely
parallel parking spot and then steer into the slot while you just tend to
the gas and brake. The Ford Escape also continued..........more
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Review: 2012 Nissan Altima
Posted May2, 2013
Sooner or later, most everyone reaches that point in life where they feel
compelled to trade their stylish, fun-to-drive set of wheels in for
something more sensible. What many don't realize, however,
that cars like the 2012 Nissan Altima don't force you to choose between
those two extremes.
While both the midsize
Altima sedan and Altima coupe are handsome
automobiles, that's only part of their appeal. Choose the V6-powered 3.5 SR
model, for example, and you'll get both a robust 270-horsepower V6 engine
and a firmer suspension that makes this Altima feel more like an expensive
sport sedan. Even without these upgrades, the entry-level 2.5 and midrange
2.5 5S models offer a decidedly more engaging driving experience than you'd
expect from such practically oriented automobiles.
Inside, the Altima sports an attractive and comfortable cabin. The interior
can also be fitted out with upscale options like a hard-drive-based
navigation system with music storage, Bluetooth streaming audio and a
rearview camera. These and many other high-end goodies are bundled together
in a number of different packages, meaning some buyers will be forced to
shell out money for features they don't really want in order to get those
they do. Another downside to the Altima is that rear seat headroom is a bit
tight in both coupe and sedan body styles.....more
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