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February 17, 2014

Think about all of the times you’ve driven past a dealership and saw the same cars sitting on the lot. The car manufacturers get anxious when their dealers aren’t generating sales quickly; they know if the dealer doesn’t sell existing inventory, they can’t buy any more cars.

So what the manufacturer does is offer consumers, like you, generous incentives like cash-back rebates, super low possibly 0% interest financing, lease deals; they’ll even offer employees a discount and then let them offer their discounts to friends and family.

Now these consumer incentives are just the ones they’ll advertise; there are dealer incentives and kickbacks no one wants to talk about, like the dealer holdback. That’s typically around 2 to 3 percent of the MSRP or dealer's invoice price that’s kicked back to the dealer after a buyer takes delivery. Then there are monthly sales incentives, regional incentives where all of the dealers in the region compete for bonus money and volume bonuses.

With the correct tools you will be able to negotiate a fair price below the dealer invoice price, get started by requesting your free, no obligation new car price quotes. You’ll receive competing price quotes from certified new car dealers, along with available new car incentives offered in your area by the manufacturers.

In a short time, from the comfort of your home, you could negotiate a great deal on a new car. There’s never been a faster, easier or more cost effective way to shop for a new car in !

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