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5 Car Buying Apps That Can Save You a Bundle of Money 4
Buy a Used Car Online to Save Money and Time 6
Buying a Car? Talk as Little as Possible to Get the Best Price 8
Getting the Best Price on a Car – Don’t Let the Numbers Fool You 10
Getting Value When Buying a Car Means Always Being in Buying Mode 12
Keep Hush-Hush about Deals and Incentives to Get the Best Car Price 14
Know Your Trade-In Value and Negotiate it Separately from Your Vehicle Purchase Price16
Shop at the Right Time to Get the Best Price on a Car 18
Smart Car Buyers Know Which Fees to Negotiate 20
What You Need to Know to Save Money When You Buy Your Next Used Car 22
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5 – CarMax
CarMax takes negotiating out of the equation. A lot of people don’t know how to negotiate, or they don’t like having to haggle. Salespeople are excellent negotia-tors. This could mean that you are put in a poor position for getting the best pos-sible price on a vehicle.
The free CarMax app lets you contact dealers in your area, shop and search for used cars, and scan VINs to see if there is a similar vehicle near you. You can also sell your current vehicle separately and get instant offers for cash that you can put down on a vehicle purchase.
Buy a Used Car Online to Save Money and Time
Your time is valuable to you. You are only given 24 hours a day. If you are like most people, you are probably very busy already. When you think about the fact that you are going to have to buy another car soon, you might understandably begin to become stressed out at the mere thought of that experience.
You have to haggle with the dealership and the salesperson. You need to do some investigation into your finances and see what you can afford. You may have to drive to several dealerships and spend a lot of time and effort (as well as gas money) and end up settling on something that is not what you want.
You get so frustrated by the process that you just buy something that is close to what you want, rather than getting a great price on the exact car you are looking for. It doesn’t have to be this way. You can save a lot of time and money when you learn how to buy a used car online. Here are a few tips for purchasing your next vehicle online, proven methods of saving money while getting the vehicle you want.
Head to Cars.com and AutoTrader.com, then Edmunds.com
If all you do is check out these websites to buy your next used vehicle, you can wind up with a great deal. It may take a little time, but the time spent searching at your leisure on your laptop or smartphone rather than driving all over town and fighting traffic while dealing with intimidating salespeople is much more enjoya-ble. You can narrow your search to makes or models, vehicles with a certain amount of mileage, different price ranges, or features and accessories. After you locate something that looks like a steal of a deal at Cars.com or AutoTrader, head over to Edmunds.com. Use their appraisal tool to check out the average price people are paying in your area for that same vehicle. This lets you know if you are getting a deal or paying too much.
An Attractive Price Does Not Make up for lack of Paperwork
When buying used, the car you select should be accompanied by maintenance pa-perwork. You only want to purchase a vehicle you know has been well main-tained. Don’t let a bargain-basement price tag make you overlook the fact that there is no maintenance paperwork accompanying a used vehicle. People who take care of their cars, trucks, and SUVs have the paperwork to prove that they have done so.
Let Carsala Do the Haggling for You
If time is at a premium and you hate negotiating the best price, why not let a pro-fessional do it? Carsala is a used car buying service that does all the dirty work for you. Using the site couldn’t be easier. You search for a make and model vehicle, and then you receive a list of matching offers. Choose the offers that look the most attractive to you, and the professional negotiators at Carsala go to work to get you the best possible price.
Buying a Car? Talk as Little as Possible to Get the Best Price
A successful salesperson is very good at what he or she does. In some cases, the person you are dealing with when you are shopping for a vehicle has had decades of sales experience. They know what you are thinking before you think it, and they also understand exactly what they need to say to get any conversation under their control.
Their job is to sell cars. That is how they put food on the table, keep a roof over their heads, and pay for their children’s college educations. While most salespeo-ple will not try to deceive you, the car sales industry has developed a reputation for sometimes not being the most honorable. Even if you are fortunate enough to deal with an honest and forthcoming salesperson, it’s probably a good idea to talk as little as possible if you want to receive the best value.
Information Is Powerful
In any business negotiation, the person with the most information has the most power. If you tell your salesperson that you prefer to spend a certain amount of money, but that you are flexible on the price tag, you can expect to pay more. Salespeople immediately size you up by what you are wearing, as well as what type of vehicle you drove to the dealership.Other Details
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