There are a few people who know everything about every make and model. Others feel completely uninformed about vehicles and pricing. If the latter sounds more like you, you’re in luck! Read on for tips and ideas.
If you don’t negotiate with a car dealership, you may as well throw your money in the trash. Don’t ever pay sticker price for a vehicle. Sticker prices are intentionally high as a way to facilitate negotiation.
Prior to stepping foot in a dealership, obtain a car loan. Much of the delay that arises during car shopping results from the credit checks and financing hassles that take place. If you have a loan in-hand when you visit the dealership, the purchasing process will be streamlined.
Prior to purchasing a used car, make sure that a mechanic inspects it thoroughly. If the dealer vetoes this, veto them. Your mechanic will check for things such …