You might be amazed at how close you can come to paying new car invoice prices at the dealership.
Our free, no obligation price quotes have all the secret hints, tips, and strategies that will put you in the driver seat of your new car buying experience. You will no longer be in the dark when it comes to actual car prices, our price quotes shed light on all the pricing information for any car you want to know about.
True car invoice prices are not easy to come by. While searching the internet for the costs of a vehicle you are likely to come across many different numbers for the same car or truck, which can be very confusing.
Our free price quotes cut the confusion out completely and give you the most accurate, most up-to-date prices for the car or truck you want.
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In most fluid sell-buy situations, where the price is not fixed, it’s a disadvantage to bring up a price first. Often the case is that you are not sure of the exact value of a product. As a buyer if you are the first to rattle off an offer you may be producing a buying price much higher than what the seller would have settled for.
Car buying is a different brand of buying experience though.
When you request a free price quote you become fully aware of the exact value of the car or truck you want. With this information it will benefit you to be the first one to make an offer when sitting down with a salesperson.
If you hesitate then the odds are the salesperson will make an offer at or around the sticker price. With your price quote you will see that the sticker price is an inflated price aimed to make the dealer a large profit on the sale of the vehicle.
Being the first person to make a price offer during the negotiation puts you in control. In actuality you should be aiming to pay about 2%-5% above invoice price to get the best value. So savvy buyers will make an offer below invoice price.
By setting the starting price offer low you will be able to reach a lower final buying price during negotiations.