When you’re looking to buy a new car, you probably spend hours researching your options and comparing prices. Although you’ve done all your homework, the minute you walk into the dealership, all bets are off.
When you meet the salespeople, you’re faced with the hard work of negotiating the features, the extras and the price while their only goal is to
make the highest commission possible.
Getting a good deal on a new car becomes an arduous, frustrating process. In fact, 87 percent of Americans dislike something about shopping for a new car at the dealership and 61 percent say they feel like they were taken advantage of, according to a 2016 survey.
With some simple strategies, you can get a great deal on a new car—no haggling necessary.