Black Friday car shopping has increased in popularity over the last 10 years. That is because Black Friday’s marketing power is going beyond traditional retail. Black Friday Car sales promotions have become more established in 2013 with more aggressive discounted savings. Most car retailers advertise their Black Friday car deals locally and usually run them for the week of Thanksgiving and Black Friday, through the holiday weekend. The Black Friday date this year is ideal as it is the end of the November and dealers want to boost their monthly sales.
To take full advantage of the up to 6% savings you could receive by shopping this holiday weekend and arm yourself with the true dealer cost of the vehicle(s) you are interested in buying. Dealers get these cars at a discount for buying in bulk, so if you know what that bulk price, or true dealer cost is, you will have a huge advantage in negotiations for your new car, truck or SUV. The major brands that will offer a Black Friday 2013 car sale include Chevy, Hyundai, Toyota and Ford.
So take some time before you go car shopping this weekend and stop by TrueDealerCost.com and get connected with the local dealers in your area with the best priced cars and trucks.