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Town & Country FordZREXROB said:after watching that Dateline show on nbc a few weeks back they did in chlt. , have your financing in place before you go to the dealer, (ie. credit union or your bank) then go to a dealer and offer an out the door price so theres no hidden bullshit charges, and dont be afraid to walk out of a dealership, theres to many others around and they know it!
This statement is very true. Just remember you still have a car and don't need to be forced into another.:thumbRemember car dealers are there for you! You are not there for them!:shake The thing car dealers hate the most is if you walk out on them,and they will kiss your ass to try and get you to stay! Have your money in order before you get there. If you can hold off,selling your car to a individual person is the best bet but, if this is not possible have a figure in your head of what you want for your car, if they aren't close to that figure WALK OUT!!!!or tell them you'll go somewhere else!Don't let them bullshit you into a car. Don't let them tell you that they aren't making any money on the deal, that's bullshit too! I've seen the mark up on trade-ins they are making a killing!:madZREXROB said:
and dont be afraid to walk out of a dealership, theres to many others around and they know it!
Sagest advise I have seen so far. I would also recommend a chevy product...but I am biased. The Cherokee is not to bad either, but is known for its terror on brake systems.ZREXROB said:dont be afraid to walk out of a dealership, theres to many others around and they know it!
I let the other english majors hit you on the head for that one :stick :redflipSig said:Fell better? :nanana