HOW TO GET THE BEST DEAL ON A USED CAR

HOW TO GET THE BEST DEAL ON A USED CAR


if you have been following this mini
series on how to buy a car you’ve learned the differences between a new car and a
used car and the process you need to follow before deciding to buy a car
so today I will share with you some tips on how to get the best deal when you’re
buying a car so let’s dive right into it hi I’m Val and alone with my wife Kate
we teach couples how to manage their money so they can create the life they
dream of. In this channel we have new videos every week talking about ways how
to drastically improve your financial future and your life so if you’re new
here consider subscribing the best negotiation power is cash so if you have
the money to pay for the car I suggest you to go in with a private sale. If you
have to finance and you have to go through a dealership, you better wait for
the best time to buy. According to Autotrader the best time to buy is at the
month’s end or during a holiday weekend sale if you go to a private seller try
to find out how urgent they need to sell the car or how long you’ve been they’ve
been trying to do so by knowing that it will really help your negotiating power
on the price. Make sure to always negotiate but don’t lowball because this
can piss off the seller at the end and your deal will go nowhere. If you don’t
have the money but you really need the car you will have to look for the most
affordable option you can. Even if it means that you’ll drive the most basic four
doors, four tires car or if you have to finance make sure you go to your bank to
see what kind of interest rate or loan they can give you. With this in mind you
can go to a dealer and then you can negotiate on the interest
rate because they will not let you go without signing so make sure you find
out about your outside financing so they won’t be able to push their agenda on
you. Make sure when you’re negotiating with the dealer that both of you’re talking of
the total price of the car not on your monthly payments because they will
consciously rise in the price of the payments so they will have a room to
negotiate with you so you will feel like you do get a better deal because of they
lowered few bucks a month but actually at the end of the day, you will pay the full price
of the car. Also the dealers in the finance office they will try to sell you
a bunch of extra protection plans for your vehicle and paint protection you
don’t need this these things will cost you much more then you will be fixing
your own car during this two or three years that they sell you their
protection for so make sure you don’t take any of that. This was the last video
of our car purchase video series but don’t worry we have a new topic for next
week so if you’re new here consider subscribing or if you know somebody that
this video can help them out as well make sure to share it until next time
keep crushing your money goals see ya it’s payday and finally you
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