Helpful Tips on Buying A New or Used Vehicle
Give yourself flexibility:
- Do not narrow your choice to just one vehicle. Choose three or four that suit your needs and your wallet. One of the biggest mistakes most car shoppers make is being so set on buying a certain type of vehicle that they lose the power of negotiation.
- A number of cars are "twins"; they have the same engine and chassis, but different names and styling. One model may be more expensive or offers more standard features than its "twin". By narrowing the choice to several vehicles, you maintain your bargaining power. Thus, if you are not able to get the vehicle you want at the right price, you may negotiate on another vehicle.