If you have not been very successful in negotiating the best possible deal on a vehicle in the past, things are about to change. You need to take some time to inform yourself about a few details and then you will be ready to hit the showroom floor!
- Do not wait until you go car shopping to think about how you are going to finance your car. You need to arrive at the dealership with your budget in place and know what your limit is so that you don’t get into more debt than you can afford.
- Once you know how much you have to spend, find out about the cars within that range. Learn about the car itself, its miles per gallon, number of doors, trunk space, driver's reviews, safety record and how frequently it needs repairs on average. Assign each a rating and go for those at the top of the list.
- A great tip for those looking to buy a used car would be to research what the resale value of the car is. Look at the Kelly Blue Book value and compare it to the condition that the vehicle is currently in to see whether or not the price is spot on.
- Find out about the different warranties that are available. You want to make sure you have a warranty that will cover the repairs that commonly occur.
You now have some of the information you need to buy your next car, and hopefully, it will allow you to find the best possible deal. When you are ready to come out to the dealership, give me a call. I am right here, ready to help.