Find Deals Below Dealer Invoice Prices

Buying a car can be stressful. There are so many things to learn. The main question that comes to mind is often “What is dealer invoice price and how can I buy a car below it?”. It is important to understand the terminology so you can get the best deal possible on a new car. Get your free car quote today and compare prices from a variety of dealerships in .

Small Cars Sedans/Station Wagons Sedans (Large) Sedans (Upscale) Sedans (Luxury)
FIAT 124 Spider
BMW 230
Nissan 370Z
BMW 430
BMW 440
Chrysler 300
BMW 320
BMW 328d
BMW 330
BMW 330 Gran Turismo
Chrysler 300
Toyota Avalon
Toyota Avalon Hybrid
Kia Cadenza
Dodge Charger
Chrysler 300
BMW 320
BMW 328d
BMW 330
BMW 330 Gran Turismo
Sports Cars Minivans/SUVs (Small) SUVs (Midsized) SUVs (Large) Trucks
Nissan 370Z
Alfa Romeo 4C
Alfa Romeo 4C Spider
Porsche 718 Boxster
Porsche 718 Cayman
Mercedes-Benz AMG GLA 45
Toyota C-HR
Ford C-Max Hybrid
Jeep Compass
GMC Acadia
Mercedes-Benz AMG GLC 43
Mercedes-Benz AMG GLC 63
Mercedes-Benz AMG GLE 43
Mercedes-Benz AMG GLE 63
Toyota 4Runner
Mercedes-Benz AMG GLS 63
Nissan Armada
Subaru Ascent
Volkswagen Atlas
RAM 1500
RAM 1500 Classic
RAM 2500
RAM 3500
Volkswagen Beetle

What Is Dealer Invoice Price?

Car dealerships are like any other business. They buy cars wholesale and sell at retail. Often retailers make a substantial profit at the consumers expense. The dealer invoice price is what the dealership pays the manufacturer for the car. The sticker price, also known as the MSRP or manufacturer’s suggested retail price, is the amount the automaker believes the vehicle is worth and suggests to the dealership to sell the car.

The dealer does not have any obligation to sell the car for a certain price, despite what is listed as the MSRP. Oftentimes dealers will stack on additional costs in the form of dealer add-ons to increase the sale price. Knowing what the dealer invoice price is can save you a lot of money.

How can you save money? We’ll show you:

These are simply a way for the manufacturer to entice you to buy their automobile. Basically it is free money to offset the cost of the car. Request a price quote and find see the possible rebates.

How Dealers Can Sell Below Invoice Price

Because of hidden holdbacks and special rebates, the actual cost of the vehicle can be thousands less than the invoice price. If you don’t know about these offers, the dealer will make all of the profit. Most dealers will sell under the invoice price because they are still making money. Consumer deals can amount to as much as $3,000! That’s great information to have when negotiating prices. You’ll then be able to negotiate with the dealer to reduce the price below that of the dealer invoice and drive away in a new car.

Request your FREE no-obligation car quote and be on your way to paying under the dealer invoice price on a new car.

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