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Auto dealerships are businesses that try to make as much profit off the sale of their vehicles, so often they’ll try their best to hide the cheap prices for cars. You’re in luck though, we’ve got all the inside information you need to get the best deal at the dealership.
Request a free, price quote on any new car and find the best possible deals, at the lowest price in your town. Plus! See the secret true car dealer invoice cost. Our free price quotes offer you an insider’s edge on the car buying market. You not only receive the most amazing deals at your neighborhood dealers, but our price quotes also prepare you to negotiate new and used car prices with car salesmen!
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By requesting a price quote, we find the closest dealerships in your home town and look for the best deals available. Our free price quotes research the day to day sales that occur at your neighborhood dealers and bring you the most up to date pricing information on the net! You’ll be able to compare dealerships to find the best prices without ever leaving the house.
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Comparing the dealership prices is only the first step. We also provide you with the most secretive information in the car buying market- dealer invoice pricing. Dealerships purchase their vehicles straight from the manufacturer. They order their cars in bulk and are given a discount price on each vehicle. This discount price is known as the dealer invoice price. Once they get the cars on the lot dealers are allowed to alter the prices as they see appropriate. They do market research to find the most they can charge for the car while still offering competitive pricing and set the sticker price.
The MSRP retail sticker price, generally inflated, is never set in stone; This is, however, what the dealers would like you and all other car buyers to believe. Lucky for you, with your price quote you can be armed with the power of knowledge. A strong negotiator would plan to offer the salesman a price 1-5% higher than the dealer invoice price. If you project yourself as a confident negotiator, the salesman will jump at this profit; meanwhile you will be saving hundreds to thousands of dollars off the retail sticker price.
Whether you’re looking for a new or used car, the best way to start is getting a price quote. Doing your homework is the best way to prepare for your trip to the dealership.