H ow often do you buy or lease a new car? Perhaps, yearly or every 3 years? You’ve no doubt heard those loud car commercials during 4th of July and Memorial Day sales, but what happens when a dealer can't sell those cars after the advertised sale?
Here's the secret that dealerships don’t want to tell you—and why getting that perfect vehicle is FAR CHEAPER than you ever imagined (if you know where to look)!
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Before you get suckered into that negotiation game, we want to show you the MASSIVE discounts being hidden in online pricing with manufacturer rebates that are hard to find.
Overall, the two categories that are being purchased most are pickup trucks and crossovers. In March, we see that cars have had sales decline by 8.01% but light truck sales went up by 0.65%.1
Auto experts are significantly worried about the savings consumers are getting. A recent article by Reuters stated: "Industry experts believe consumer discounts in excess 10% of the average transaction price are unhealthy for the market as they erode resale values and are unsustainable in the long term."2
Because of this warning by auto experts, now may be one of the best times to purchase a new vehicle and take advantage of current promotions.
Here's how to get the best price from the dealer.
You need to get dealer's special online-only pricing (this avoids the headache of in-person negotiating). And, make sure you're looking for timely manufacturer discounts.See ads
Looking forward to a new car or SUV? There are some fantastic deals and stylish vehicles coming out.