What Car Dealers Don T Want You To Know

Author: Mark Eskeldson
Publisher: Tech News Corporation
ISBN: 9780964056077
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The book details every scam--from dealer's cost surcharges to leasing rip-offs--in use today. This book is unique in its consumer protection information and insights from car dealers, attorneys, and victims.

Exposed

Author: Vehicle Information Resource LLC
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781546216858
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The owner of this company has over thirty years' automotive experience and is now able to share the secrets the car dealerships use to negotiate their best deals. This book is not designed to bash car dealerships!

Michael Finney S Consumer Confidential

Author: Michael Finney
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers
ISBN: 9781576753002
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What Car Dealers Don't Want You to Know What Consumer Advocates Don't Get
• Don't go onto a car lot and then gripe that someone is trying to sell you a car.
That's what car salespeople do. If you don't want to buy a car, stay away from car
dealerships. • On a car lot everything is up for sale; everything is open for
negotiation. If you want floor mats, dicker over the price. If you want to buy the
paint protection or undercoating, be aware that the price is negotiable. Often car
dealers make ...

Car Buying Revealed

Author: Brian Munroe
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
ISBN: 160037400X
Size: 23.21 MB
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YOU ARE ABOUT TO LEARN EVERYTHING that car dealers don't want you to
know. I am leveling the playing field so you are informed and empowered to get
the fair deal you deserve. If you want to buy a car, new or used, without paying
thousands of dollars too much, or being taken advantage of, you must read this
book now and do what it says to do. This book will help you whether you are
buying a car, a pickup truck, a minivan or an SUV. Too many people make
mistakes when ...

Inside The Minds Of Car Dealers

Author: Ray Lopez
Publisher: Five Star Publishing (MI)
ISBN: 9781589851566
Size: 15.44 MB
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Although he can't undo any of the deals he drove down consumers' throats before his revelation, Lopez made it his goal to expose the uncouth practices of car dealers by educating the people on every dirty detail, questionable sales practice ...

Kar Guys

Author: Mehdi Roufougar
Publisher: Balboa Press
ISBN: 1452571724
Size: 52.74 MB
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One ofthe first lessons car dealers learn is to keep their salespeople hungry.
Never feed them ... They do not want you to know how and how much you are
getting screwed at their dealerships and they do not want you to know who the
real person is behind all the screwing that goes on at their corrupted dealerships.
They want you ... They want you to think others are stealing from you when in fact
you don't have to worry about the part, service, used car managers or finance
department.

How To Make Car Buying Enjoyable While Protecting Your Investment

Author: Edward R. Mayer
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1411665538
Size: 73.34 MB
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If you want to get a better handle on pricing prior to going to the dealership,
here's a couple of ideas: Local newspapers, TV advertisements, mailers, flyers,
are in our faces everyday. In the automotive ... Look up your vehicle with the level
of equipment that you desire, or as close to it, as you're able to find. Compare to
... A dealer doesn't know how many of his competitors will be in that publication,
on any given day, so therefore he's coming out as competitive as he can be.
When I said ...

Kiplinger S Personal Finance

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Publisher:
ISBN:
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I want to sell my car, but I don't want to trade it in on a new one. How can I find out
what the car is really worth? Should I spend money on repairs? Will I do better
selling to a dealer or to a private individual? TAKE that last question first. If you
want a quick sale, with a minimum of fuss, sell to a used-car dealer. He'll
appraise your car in no time flat, pay you cash on the line, and take care of any
necessary tag and title changes. If you're not in a hurry, then sell your car to an
individual.

Spend Joyfully

Author: James W. Stone
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 1608440842
Size: 41.46 MB
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Remember in Chapter Eight (So Many Solutions, Only One Problem), I talked
about the many choices available when buying a washing machine today? When
you have many things to choose from, and you don't think you can properly
evaluate all of the choices, you will be less satisfied with your selection no matter
what it is. When you go shopping for something that might have to be financed,
you need to have the financing already figured out. You don't want to select your
car before ...