November 11, 2014

There is one bit of information you should NEVER tell a car salesman when buying a car. What is it? Why?

3 thoughts on “November 11, 2014”

  1. Garrett Haag says:

    You should never tell them what you are willing to pay on a monthly basis. They will use that information ageist you and make it so the payment is the number you told them but they car will cost more in the end. You should look at what the car will cost in the end when everything is said and done. Get out of the monthly payment mentality. You dont need all the extras they will throw in with an extended loan.

  2. Brennan Haag says:

    You should never tell them how much you are willing to pay a month for the car. If you give them that information they can use it to make you think you are getting a care for a better price. They can also slip in extra things you don’t need, like extra insurance. You won’t notice this if you only look at the monthly payments.

  3. Mike Finley says:

    Right again, gentlemen. Let’s review.

    When considering the purchase of a vehicle, NEVER provide the car salesman the amount you are willing to pay each month for a vehicle. He will find a way to get you in a vehicle (at your expense) once he has that monthly amount. Don’t give it to him!

    You can learn more about the car buying process by going to the car buying tab on this website. Educate BEFORE going through the process of buying or selling a vehicle. There is a great deal of money at stake. YOUR money!

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