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Old 20 Aug 2007, 03:54 am
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Default How do I find the approximate price of a new car to the dealer?

How do I find the approximate price of a new car to the dealer?
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Old 20 Aug 2007, 04:00 am
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Research the vehicle at www.edmunds.com it will give you the wholesale prices for vehicles specific to your area.
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Old 20 Aug 2007, 04:03 am
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If you are in the market for a new or used vehicle, you can go through an automotive consultant like myself. I will be able to give you all the invoice pricing and the best deals available on any make or model vehicle, new or used. Automotive consultants, get you the best prices, and we offer rebates directly to the consumer, which you wouldn't necessarily receive from a dealer. Save time, Save money!!!!!
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Old 20 Aug 2007, 04:08 am
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go to kelley blue book website or kbb, it shows how much is the dealer asking price then you can negotiate from there, try edmunds.com and there is a black book too or nada but that is the dealership price which is way high (not the actual price that they paid for the car when they get the car)
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Old 20 Aug 2007, 04:10 am
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Your best bet is to go to edmunds.com. At this site you can see invoice, suggested retail and true market prices specific to the car you are looking at and the area you live in. Avoid going to auto brokers, these people have to purchase their vehicles from a dealer then sell it to you. If they are making a profit on the price they sell it to you at imagine the money you can save by purchasing the car directly from the dealer, not to mention when you purchase from a dealer, you have someone who is specifically trained on that particular make and model of vehicle to answer questions and show you how to operate the features and controls. Good luck with your purchase.
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go to the blue book..i believe the library has one. good luck and make sure you get carfax for the history of the car.
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