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Published On: Sat, Jan 20th, 2018

Save Money on the Price of a New Car

Most people live the idea of being able to get a new car, but of course buying a new car can be very expensive, and even if you take the car on finance you still face hefty monthly repayments for something that will lose a huge chunk of its value the minute it is driven off the forecourt. However every year many people spend a fortune on a spanking new vehicle such as the Audi A6 2018.

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However, one thing that many people don’t like to do is haggle over the price of items, and this is also true when it comes to the price tag on a new car. Most people would simply assume that the price on the car is the price that has to be paid, and that’s the end of the matter. However, industry officials have said that consumers could actually save a small fortune on the price of a new car simply haggling and getting some money knocked off. According to officials consumers could save a fair amount off the price of a new car with the right strategy.

The importance of haggling

One official said that haggling is more important than ever these days, as the current financial climate and the reduced number of people looking to buy new cars means that haggling is more likely to be successful. It is important to remember that the car dealership needs to sell cars to survive, and therefore most will be prepared to listen to reasonable requests. By asking the dealership to do you a deal in order to sell the car you may be able to get some money off or you may find that the dealership is prepared to throw in some extras at no extra cost instead. Either way you will have bagged yourself a far better deal than you would if you had not haggled.

You should not seem desperate when you go to see the car, as otherwise the dealer will know that you will probably buy whatever the outcome. Play it cool, and if the dealership refuses to do a deal leave your telephone number and tell them what the highest price you are prepared to go to is. This will give them time to consider your offer rather than you just taking no as their final answer. Also, always offer a price that is lower than what you are actually prepared to pay, as the dealer will usually try and knock the price up slightly from what you originally offer.

By sticking your ground you can make sure that you avoid paying more than you need to for a new vehicle. In addition, this means that you can get more bang for your buck which means a better car for your budget. While haggling to some people is something that they are not used to, it could equate to a decent saving on the cost of buying a new car, which means far greater value for money.

Author: M. Rafiq

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