The most popular transportation in America is the Car. No Car! No feet!
This episode will take about lots of important steps and recommendations from my own person experience like how to be acknowledged, especially for people who don't know too much about cars, how to differentiate with different types of cars by browsing those online websites to target the best options for you, and then negotiate the car price with dealer before going to the dealership location.
First, acknowledge yourself and do your research. Never before have customers had as much information about car prices, their features, and financing as they do today. Each dealership website has new car rankings and used car rankings for customers easily to access by showing the pros and cons of each car.
Second, know about your price range and budget of buying a car.
If want to do a financing plan, please use online resources to learn about the credit score so you can decide how much you should be paying for financing. CarFax.com is a great website to check vehicle history report so you would have some pieces of knowledge about its past and current conditions.
I know it may be a little bit harder for the girls who aren't that interested in cars so we normally have fewer touchings about cars. My recommendation for that is to send the car's information and relevant reports to your friend who's familiar with the car and take him or her with you to the car place.
Knowing the current trend of the car market, and the value of your preferred car, and other relative information about the car's parts and their current values as well.
The other recommendation for shopping a car, it's horrible to only at one car dealership. If you really want to get a great deal, shop at multiple dealerships! Don't put all the eggs in one basket.
Be aware of looking at dealers where the car you are considering might not be too popular, you might get a great deal because of the high likelihood of low price.
After you have your several favorite car choices, now it's coming to the price. Always put the lowest price you can offer on the vehicle first. The things you can negotiate are advertising fees, documentation fees, and other miscellaneous costs, vehicle price. You won't be able to negotiate the license and title fees and the tax.
It might take a certain amount of time to negotiate the price with your dealer since they need to calculate their profit according to the price you prefer. During our buying process, after we provided our preferred price to the dealer, he has pushed back a little bit and added up some to our original price. After that, with email and text negotiation back and forth several days, he finally promised a total price which worked very well for both of us.
Now let's get ready to sign the paperwork and pick up our car! Before you sign anything, read all of the documents thoroughly to ensure that it's the deal you agreed too and that no additional fees or add-ons have been snuck in. Make sure the paperwork you signed is having correct terms and information you both agreed. If you find anything that you are confused about, don't hesitate to ask the dealer!
You must provide your car insurance before you leave the dealership but some dealers have their own car insurance which you can purchase too. Recommend getting car insurance from insurance corporations instead of your dealer.