• Top Car Buying Myths

Top Car Buying Myths - Buy Sell Used Cars Oahu Honolulu Hawaii Back to the top
Top Car Buying Myths

There are many common car buying myths out there that might be influencing your purchasing decisions. Before you buy a new (or used) car, here are some of the common myths out there.

Don’t reveal that you plan to trade-in until you finalize the price of a new car. – Your salesperson has probably heard of this strategy before. A better option is to know the price of your trade-in and try to get as close to that as possible. If you don't like the offer for your trade-in, pursue other options.

Call the sales manager, tell him you're buying a car in an hour and demand his lowest price.
- This confrontational style is harder to pull off than you might think. You might enjoy trying to put the salesperson on the spot but it won’t get you very far.

Go to a dealership just before it closes.
– This myth assumes that the sales staff will agree to a lower price because they want to go home. But in reality they will be willing to work past closing time to finalize the deal.

Don't reveal that you're leasing until you negotiate the price of the new car. The assumption is that if you reveal that you’re planning to lease, your salesperson may inflate the price of the car. But these days, you can avail of plenty of lease specials that could result in better deals.

If you are ready to sell your car, we offer an easier solution: contact I Buy Cars Today. We make the process very simple. Simply
fill out our quote request form, and we will make you an offer that the dealership won't beat. Our offers usually fall between a typical big-box dealership's trade-in value and higher offer you'd get if you sold your vehicle through a private party transaction, but without the hassle!

Once we receive your inquiry, we will be in touch with you as soon as we can, and we'll make you a prompt offer.

Back to the top

ref no:34149

Please send questions about this website to webmaster
Copyright© 2020 - 2023 ibuycarstoday.com. All rights reserved.
Terms of Use / Legal Disclaimer / Privacy Statement
Site Designed and Managed by MacBusiness Consulting