Unless you’re brand spankin’ new to the experience of buying of car, you’re probably more familiar than you’d like to be with the physical and emotional calisthenics associated with going to the dealership to make your purchase.
If you’ve ever purchased a vehicle from your standard neighborhood dealership, you know that being nickeled and dimed pretty much comes with the territory.
The process of buying a car at your traditional brick and mortar dealership has long been a practice loathed by people who are in the market for a vehicle.
So you’re in the market for a hybrid or electric vehicle. Naturally, you begin shopping around, perhaps even heading to your neighborhood dealership to speak with a knowledgeable salesperson about fuel-efficient options on their lot. Then suddenly, almost as soon as your search begins, it reaches a dead end. The salesperson you’re speaking with is… Read more »
Right now may be the best time to buy a car at the best value. For many big-ticket items across multiple industries, demand tends to pick up starting around the end of winter as consumers start receiving tax refund checks and as better weather makes shopping and driving easier. The automotive industry is no exception. … Read more »
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There’s a strong trend in the car industry around ridding the most stressful aspect of car buying, price negotiation, or as others call it, haggling. Companies are sprouting up left and right arming consumers with the price data they need to get a “good deal” when purchasing a car. More and more dealerships are… Read more »
Many dealerships recommend that if you’re in the market for a car, to head to an auto dealer on Black Friday. However, despite boasts of some of the best discounts of the year, it’s imperative to do your research before heading to the lot to receive a superficially great Black Friday Car Deal. When looking… Read more »
Online Auto Retailer Unmasks a Market That Leads in Vehicle Innovation, While Remains Decades Behind In Sales Channel Modernization ATLANTA – Oct. 14, 2013 – Since the creation of the first modern automobile by Karl Benz in 1886, car manufactures have aggressively rolled out innovative products and features to enhance the overall driving experience and… Read more »