When the time comes to purchase a new car, whether new or used, you have to be sure that you are properly educated on the subject. If you’re not, there is a chance that you could end up with a less-than-ideal car. Allow the following tips to be your guide when car shopping.
If you can’t afford it, don’t be persuaded by a talented salesman. A salesperson will say anything and everything to get someone in a new vehicle, and the higher the price tag, the higher commission he will earn. Remember, the salesperson is after a commission.
Paying sticker price is like flushing money down the toilet. Don’t ever pay sticker price for a vehicle. These prices are purposefully high in order to give some money to play around with in order to make a deal.
If you are going to be purchasing a used car, one of the top things you should be looking at is the mileage of the car. As nice as a car may be, if it has 150,000 miles on it already, you probably will not get much use out of it. Continue reading