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As gas prices steadily rose over the last few years, fuel efficiency became a top factor to consider when car shopping, leading to increased popularity in hybrid models. However, with the recent drastic decrease- over 33 cents per gallon nationwide- consumers are saving more at the pump and concerning themselves less with fuel efficiency than other factors, such as safety, options, and style. As a result, larger vehicles, such as SUVs and the once nearly obsolete Hummer, are experiencing increased searches and purchases across the country, despite having one of the worst MPG ratings on the market.

How does this change in consumer priorities over fuel efficiency influence prices at the dealership? True dealer cost is not a concrete number; instead, it reflects the market value of a specific make and model. As fuel efficiency becomes less important to consumers, hybrids are losing popularity while larger vehicles are gaining popularity, thus affecting their value. For example, to increase sales and entice consumers to continue purchasing hybrids, dealers may lower the dealer price while simultaneously raising the price of SUVs to take advantage of consumer interest. Look out for these fluctuations while car hunting. Request a free price quote from TrueDealerCost.com and find the most up to date dealer invoice price on any make and model across the country.

Date: November 24th, 2014


Would you like to save money on a new car, truck or SUV without haggling over the price of the vehicle? How about getting a new 2014 vehicle for the price of a 2013 model and saving money on the financing? Well we have a few tips that will help you before you buy your next vehicle.

Get Price Quotes
The first step to save you thousands on your new vehicle is getting price quotes for the vehicles you are interested in purchasing. First determine the type of vehicle will serve you best, be it a car, truck or SUV. Secondly, get request price quotes from www.TrueDealerCost.com and find out what dealers are paying for that vehicle.

Find Low Interest Rates before You Buy
Dealerships have been financing more new car buyers than ever before. This is because they can adjust their interest rates d term lengths to meet your desired car payment, but that may not be the best deal. Find the lowest rates before you go to the dealership.

Make Dealerships Compete
When you have found your dream car, truck or SUV, find multiple dealerships in the area that have that vehicle in stock. Then, start a price war between them and take the lowest deal to save even more cash!

Remember, it all starts with your price quotes from local dealers at www.TrueDealerCost.com

Date: July 14th, 2014





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