You are planning to buy car and you don’t know which to choose – should it be brand new or should it be a used car? Read on and check the tips on how you can get a good deal in getting your new transport especially if you are like me who hates the process of transacting.
Dealing with salesmen can be overbearing and annoying. That’s why as much as possible I keep my car in good maintenance so I won’t go into the exasperating experience of dealing for the best price. But hell yeah, we all have to do what we need to do. So here is a list of the things I’ve learned so far after switching my car three times.
You need to do a thorough research. It won’t be that laborious since companies these days have websites you can check on while having your cup of coffee. There are companies online that offer a good variety of cars ranging from used to brand new like Auto Source Unlimited.
Check out your options in pre-financing. A lot of buyers get their pre-finance from the car dealer but this would not make the dealer fiscally responsible. Check your credit or bank union and see if they are offering car loans. You might also be capable of getting�relationship discount’.
Shop around, check the deals each company offers. Look into brand new and used cars and
try negotiating. Do everything in your own capacity to bring down the price of the car. Talk to the dealers with confidence and don’t feel guilty in turning down offers.
It is also important to buy based on the purchase price and not on the monthly payments. Stick into the former. I’ve done this myself when I purchased from Auto Source Unlimited. But if you can only pay in monthly installment basis it would still be good to know the purchase price. This would be your basis in haggling.
When you’ve chosen your car, be sure to text drive and don’t be seduced with any add on products they are trying to offer. Buy something you can afford.