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Archive for April, 2014

Buying a new vehicle can be intimidating. Not only are there hundreds of new cars, trucks and SUVs to choose from, but there are also hundreds of dealers that you can purchase them from around the country. And with the prevalence of the internet and websites like www.TrueDealerCost.com, you can get tons of information about any vehicle on the market. Here are a few tips to help you navigate through the endless information and decisions.

1.Choose the Type of Vehicle
Determine what type of vehicle will suit your needs. If you have a large family, a full size sedan or SUV is probably the best choice. But if you are a college student, a compact car that is fuel efficient will help save fuel costs. So first determine what type of vehicle is best.

2.Choose the Make and Model
Secondly, you should look at the different automakers and their vehicles. Each automaker is different with differing amenities, warranties and rebates. Find the automaker that you feel most comfortable with and then choose the make and model based on your needs.

3.Choose the Dealer
The last, and possibly the most important choice, is choosing a dealership. This step can save you a good deal of cash if your play your cards right. Once you have chosen a make and model that suits you, find 2-3 dealerships that has your vehicle in stock. Get price quotes from TrueDealerCost.com and start a bidding war between the competing dealerships. This can reduce the price you pay hundreds of dollars.

Get your price quotes from TrueDealerCost.com today and get into the car you’ve always wanted tomorrow!

Date: April 28th, 2014


German automaker Volkswagen is planning a huge advertising campaign to combat that of the World Cup automobile sponsor Hyundai. They plan to show off the Volkswagen GTI during the 2014 World Cup games on ESPN, ABC and Univision. Hyundai and their affiliate Kia Motors have been the official World Cup automotive sponsor since 2002, and have a lease on that sponsorship until 2022.

Volkswagen thinks that the World Cup audience is a perfect match of potential GTI purchasers. The GTI is very popular with younger males and Hispanic purchasers, which both watch the World Cup in large numbers every four years. But Volkswagen is not placing all of their marketing dollars in one basket. They realize that television viewing is accompanied by social media outlets such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Instagram. So they are also spreading some of those ad dollars digitally as well.

If you’d like to find out more information about the Volkswagen GTI, or any other Volkswagens, head over to TrueDealerCost.com and get a free. No obligation price quote today!

Date: April 21st, 2014





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