NOV 25, 2017 AT 02:42 AM
7. Avoid unnecessary features
When going to purchase a car, do not be mesmerized by extra car features that are not necessary. These extra gimmicks translate into a more expensive car, and all they are good for is for the salesperson to make some extra commission. They can sound like music to your ears, but when you scrutinize them carefully, you realize you do not need them in the first place. Keep in mind that basic models tend to have bigger discounts because of their excess number.
8. Purchase at the invoice price or lower
A false assumption many car buyers make is to presume the dealer’s vehicle price and the quoted invoice price re the same thing, so you should offer more money for the car.
The truth of the matter is some dealers get offers of various incentives to sell certain vehicle models that are still profitable even when sold at or below the invoice price. Because of this, do not shut out dealers who insist on their invoice price.