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Never let on that you absolutely need car
Attitude is name of game when buying a new car. Remember that dealers need you more than you need them, so don’t act as if car is last of its model on earth (unless it’s vintage). In buying a new car, do it with professional savvy. Never let on that you are desperate for their product or that their price is lowest you have seen in a hundred miles radius. Be cool when buying a new car and you’ll surely get a cool deal.
Never let one dealer buy you a car from another dealer
While others do this because of absolute lack of time, it is still not advisable especially if you are buying a new car for first time. Some dealers may not only try to sell you car at a higher price, they might even try to scam you. If you absolutely have to do it, do not sign anything or put down a deposit until you have seen product in flesh.
Never take on add-on fees until you have reviewed them
Scammers plague people who are buying a new car for first time. Because they know that you don’t have much experience in buying a new car, dealers will sometimes put on additional somethings to final cost of car such as “rustproofing,” “environmental prep,” and a host of others. Beware of this first-time buyer scams.
John G. Nuble 2005. For up to date links and information about car buying, please go to: http://car-buying-guide.us/