Buying a new car never seems hard as the dealers do not let you take any responsibility until the car leaves the showroom. It happens because they don’t want you to acknowledge the technicalities of the deal. This is the only option for them to make extra money but you should play it safe. Here are the top tips to face a greedy car dealer head-on.
Do your homework
More than often a car dealer will not tell you about the best deals you can avail because they are more concerned about making money. However, you can get a good deal only if you research about the current market conditions. To be precise you must know about the company’s performance, pricing of the car, reliability, and safety before stepping into a showroom.
Normally, a car is less expensive than its sticker price and the dealers are keen on using every trick form their bag to make a fool out of you. Nonetheless, if you know the reality then nobody can bluff with you anyway.
Make a call
As per our experts, car dealers use their communication skills to guide you through an emotional roller-coaster. They will let you enjoy the comfort and luxury of a new car to make sure that you have been immersed in the idea of making a deal. Dealers hope that you will accept any amount they declare for you have experienced the feeling of driving their car.
But if you ask the price over a phone call then they are not able to convince you indirectly. They will be quoting the price as decided by the car company nevertheless experienced dealers will smooth talk you into an appointment.
Don’t reveal your intention
Car dealers are notorious for quoting price as per the desire of the customer. They have been trained to guess your intentions and speak accordingly. If you tell them about your love for their car then they will hike the price without a second thought. Again, if they come to know that you are obliged to buy the vehicle then they will try to haul as much money as they possibly can. Also, don’t tell them about your thought of trading your car initially as they will get a chance to chop off your benefits.
Do not talk about payment
Leave the word “payment” for car dealers as they are more than happy to talk about your monthly instalments instead of car’s total value. They tend to communicate with you in terms of monthly payments as it increases your total liability and you only think about the marginal instalment amount. But as soon as you sign the paper they talk about the complete amount you will be paying. Although it does not make a difference, in a matter of money, yet it creates a mirage in which you are happy to pay small loan amounts without realising the extra burden of interest rates.
Thus, you must talk intelligently and take time to think of the wisest decision.
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