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Driving a brand new car is a dream come true. If you have decided that it is finally time to live in the dream then you better prepare yourself for battle. Why? Buying a new car is like going to war: bring the wrong weapons and ammo and you are sure to leave the battlefield (or in this case, the car dealership) with less money than you ever imagined.

Newbie car buyers should remember this fact: the last few weeks of the year is the best time to buy a brand new car. Besides the fact that car dealers and car salesmen are in a rush to fulfill their yearly quotas, the holiday season is the time when dealers announce their latest year-end offers.

Here are holiday car shopping tips for the newbie car buyer:

Tip #1. Determine your budget and get with the program.

Resist the urge to buy something that you really want. Instead, focus on what you actually need. Check your savings and determine your price range in buying a car. Do you currently have at least $10,000 in your account? Do you have good credit? Congratulations! You are ready to buy a new car. Only have around $5,000? Consider buying a used car instead. If you really want a new car, then leasing may be the right thing for you.

All in all, it helps to be realistic. Don’t even think about buying a car that is worth $20,000 if you cannot afford it. Remember, there are equally brilliant and practical automobiles for $18,000 or less.

Tip #2. The MSRP is not even close to what you should really pay!

Nor is the invoice price, either. Here is something that you should wrap your head around: the dealer is the ONLY entity in the world that will know the real invoice price for any type of car. What this means is that first time car buyers such as YOU do not stand a chance of getting to know the invoice price.

Good thing there is the true dealer cost. The true dealer cost can be easily determined by starting with the invoice price and deducting the factory holdback. You should also deduct certain dealer incentives and rebates as well.

If you take the time to somehow study the rudiments of new car pricing, you are sure to get the car of your dreams while paying less than what other people are paying for the same car.

Do not let the holiday rush get inside your head. Come up with a budget, choose a car that is within your price range, and simply calculate the true dealer cost.

With a bevy of information such as that, it is easy to win the war against the car dealer.

Date: December 27th, 2011


Want to spend the holidays driving a brand new Chevrolet car, truck, or SUV? The latest seasonal holiday offers from Chevrolet will let you do just that! If you have always wanted to drive home your very own Chevy then the time to do so is now!

Chevrolet now offers an impressive and comprehensive lineup of new cars, vans, trucks, and SUV’s. All the vehicles were designed and engineered for the modern day driver as they now boast of improved creature comforts along with clean-burning and fuel efficient engines–not to mention a generous list of standard equipment even on the base models.

Check out some of the latest offers from Chevrolet and find out how you can truly get a car below the invoice price. Low APR rates and fantastic leasing deals also await the lucky car buyer!

2012 Chevrolet Holiday Lineup

Chevrolet Camaro

It was during the muscle car era that the Camaro ran alongside viable contenders such as the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger. The modern iteration of Chevrolet’s very own muscle car received a lot of praise for delivering modest amounts of comfort and practicality at an affordable price!

The 2012 Chevrolet Camaro is currently offered at 3.9% APR for 60 months if you make a down payment of 18% based on the MSRP. The 2011 Camaro Convertible is even more enticing as it is now offered at 0% APR for 72 months plus $1,000 bonus cash.

Chevrolet Equinox

The Chevrolet Equinox is a midsize crossover vehicle that is perfect for small to medium-sized families. It delivers fantastic on-road comfort along with a luxurious, well-built, and spacious cabin.

The 2012 Equinox can now be yours at 0% APR for 36 months with no monthly payments until Spring of 2012. Now that’s what we call fantastic value.

Chevrolet Cruze

The Chevrolet Cruze deserves much praise as it offers the space and equipment levels of a more expensive midsize sedan at a lower entry level cost. The Cruze is the penultimate compact car for those who want a superior alternative to other offerings in the market today.

The Cruze is available at a low APR rate of 2.9% for 60 months and can also be leased for $199/month for 39 months.

Chevrolet Sonic

Think that the all new Chevrolet Sonic is reserved for young car buyers or those who just graduated from college? Don’t let the sporty styling fool you. The Sonic delivers an impressive combination of sporty handling and refinement along with a torque-rich and fuel efficient 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine.

The Chevrolet Holiday Event will not be here forever! Act now and find out how you can further heighten your holiday driving experience with your very own Chevrolet! Get the true dealer cost on the Chevy of your choice and pay less for your new car!

Date: December 21st, 2011





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