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Find Out How You Can Buy A New Car Or Truck Below Invoice Prices

Even with the internet being a staple in people’s homes, there are still many who don’t do their homework before buying a new car; then they pay way too much without even realizing it.

Since you’re sitting at home reading this article on your computer you obviously realize that the only way to get a good deal, even one below dealer invoice price is to do all of your research before speaking with a dealership. The additional edge you’ll gain is when you have new car dealerships competing to be the one to sell you a new car.

This is how we can help: When you join our other satisfied customers who have requested a free, no obligation to buy new car price quote you’ll be in the position to negotiate with multiple dealers to get the best possible deal on the new car you want to buy. You’ll also receive available manufacturer rebates and incentives being offered to new car buyers in .

How Can A Dealership Sell Me A Car Below Invoice Prices?

With lots of assistance from the automakers. How often have you driven past a new car lot and seen the same automobiles just sitting there? It’s probably happened quite a few times and automakers get extremely nervous when their dealerships aren’t making fast sales. It’s only natural that if a dealer has a lot of existing cars in their inventory they can’t buy more from the manufacturers, which leads to:

  • Manufacturers offing attractive buyer incentives like cash back rebates, low or even 0% APR financing, leasing specials – even employee discounts and allowing employees to offer discounts to family members and friends.

  • The above incentives are only the ones they want to talk about. There are the kickbacks and incentives (money) that none of them want to discuss; regional and monthly incentives where the dealer and salespeople get a money for reaching sales quotas, the dealer holdback, volume bonuses, etc. that add up to a substantial amount.

I’m sure by now you completely understand how a dealer can sell a vehicle below invoice prices. They not only can sell you a car below their invoice price, but they’ll still make a good chunk of change in profit. So when you’re speaking with a salesman and they start telling you they’ll make a big sacrifice and sell you a new car at or below invoice price, just laugh; tell them they’ll need to do better if they want to make a sale to you.

How To Use Competition To Buy A New Car Below Invoice Prices

We all know that the automotive industry has been beaten up during the recent economic conditions and the good news for you is that they’re being even more competitive to snatch up the lion’s share of business and entice new car buyers into their dealership’s showrooms.

  1. By performing all of your research over the internet and receiving multiple new car price quotes from competing dealerships in your area, you’ll be the one holding the winning hand. Don’t forget that the dealerships and salespeople make the greater part of their money from all of the incentives they receive from the automaker for reaching sales quotes, etc. – if the dealer and salespeople don’t hit their numbers they don’t get the big bucks. Use that to your advantage.

  2. Organize a list of the competing price quotes, along with the manufacturer rebates and incentives that you received with your free price quote. You need to easily and quickly see which dealership is offering you the initial best deal. Then you can start emailing the dealerships – from home, where you’re in your comfort zone – to commence negotiations.

  3. Always remember; you’re the one in the driver’s seat when you have new car dealerships in competing to make the sale. When you do and pit them against each other, you increase your odds of paying below invoice prices by 200%.

What You Should Take To The Dealership When You’re Ready To Buy A New Car

Once you negotiate the deal and print off all of the emails spelling out the agreement, along with your price quotes and manufacturer rebates/incentives, you’ll be ready to head to the dealership for a test drive and finalize the deal. Here are a few other things you should throw in the folder with your price quotes to take with you to the dealership. The key here is to make the buying process easy, fast and hassle free:

  • Make sure you have your driver’s license with you. Needless to say if you’re going to test drive the car you need to do so legally.

  • If you want the dealership to provide financing and/or if you received low/0% financing offers from the manufacturer, you need to also bring a copy of your recent pay-stubs from all of your employers, at least 3 references (the more the better and a mix of business, personal) along with verification of your residence such as copies of utility bill, telephone bill, cable, etc.

  • If you want to execute the sales contract and drive home in your new car, in addition to the above bring proof of insurance. If you intend on using your current car as a trade-in you should bring; the title if you own it free and clear or the pay-off amount to the bank (you can get that from your bank before you go to the dealership). Also bring any other information on your existing car loan so the dealership can verify the information.

The only thing left to do now to get on your way to negotiating a great deal on a new car is to request a free, no obligation new car price quote and start having the top certified new car dealerships in compete for your business.

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