Expert Tips And Tricks For Car Shoppers You may have had trouble in the past when shopping for a car. Perhaps you are interested in learning now to master the art of negotiation. When you are prepared for the occasion, it is far more likely to go in your favor. Use this advice to get everything you deserve. Look all over the Internet searching for deals. An Internet search is able to save you a lot of money. You can ask your dealership if they can obtain it for you to buy if you find a car you like. Go there, or have the dealership order it for you, if they have one close. See if you can negotiate on other terms if the price of a car is non-negotiable. Some dealerships will agree to provide several months' worth of free gasoline or a year of free oil changes, for instance. It never hurts to ask if a salesman can sweeten the deal. Get input and feedback from family members and friends. Do they enjoy their cars? Do they regret their purchase? Have they heard anything interesting from their friends and family? This is a great way to get a lay of the land before you begin your car shopping. Before you get there, figure out how much you can afford on a car payment. If you wait, your eyes will be big, and you will be willing to pay anything to get what you want. Start out with a firm figure and do not allow yourself to be moved by anything the salesman says. If you are looking to purchase a used car, it is of the utmost importance that you get a copy of the vehicle maintenance and repair history. This will allow you to see what has been done to the car, and if it has been in any serious accidents. Due diligence should be exercised when planning your car budget. It is imperative that you take a realistic and full look at your budget. Not only must you consider a car payment, you must also consider insurance, maintenance and gas for the vehicle. There is nothing worse than having a vehicle that you cannot afford to drive. Do your homework, before you even walk out the door to go to the different dealerships to search for an automobile to purchase. Do some background research if you have a specific car make and model that you are considering buying. Have there been numerous recalls for this vehicle. What do former and current owners of this make and model say about their automobile? Set a budget and stick to it when shopping for a car. There is nothing good about an impulse buy, although it can be very hard to stick to a budget when you find a car that you really want. Figure out what you can afford before you start looking so that you do not break the bank. When purchasing a car, you don't want to tie yourself down to one specific model. Give yourself some flexibility in color and even in the car itself. If you do this, you will be able to pick up a great deal, even if it was not the first car you considered. While purchasing a used car often is a great deal, don't forget that it carries some real risk. If you need to buy a new engine in 6 months, you really haven't saved anything, while you may be happy with the $5,000, you saved. Always be cautious when buying used. Understand the financing office. Most dealerships make the bulk of their money in the financing office. Your interest rate, extended warranties and other add ons are all sold at a premium once you are in there. Understand this, and select any of those options carefully. Most are not necessary for the average car owner. When you are looking for a used vehicle, you should avoid any cars with high mileage. You really don't know, although people will tell you that they drove on the highway or that they drove responsibly. Even if you like the car, avoid buying it if the mileage is too high. When looking at specific used cars, know about the blue book values. If you have come, to and leave back, having researched the resale value, life, and blue book value of the car you're interested in purchasing. This will help guide you towards what you know that you should be paying. Leave if the salesman is intimidating you. Even if they want to do something to make you stay, leave anyway. Don't be afraid to stand up for yourself. Leave the dealership immediately! You have so many more desirable alternatives available to you. There is no reason why you should be uncomfortable during the process. Trade-ins should only be brought up after you get the offer you want. Have some flexibility in negotiations because you are shaving off the cost of the newer car, although you might not get what you think you deserve for your older vehicle. Do not let a low offer on your trade-in keep you from purchasing the ideal vehicle. Research the resale value of the car you are considering. This way, when the time comes to sell the car you are buying, you will be able to get a decent amount of money back out of it. You do not want to end up stuck with a car because you owe more than you can sell it for. Once you narrow your list down to a few models, go for a long test drive. Test the cars on literally every surface you plan to drive them on. Take it on the highway, city streets, park it in a crowded mall parking lot, drive it to the school, your work, your home. This is the only way to truly know what it offers. Don't you feel much better about your chances when it comes to purchasing a vehicle now? You should now think about how to apply the information you've learned. Get ready, and go to the dealership like you can tell them how business is done. 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