can you suggest your approach in buying new car ..
below are scenarios:
purchase time.. in 2 weeks..
priority is price
i got comsumerreports service. they suggest (truecar) only one dealership in 150 mile radius, but they dont have the color/option (rav4 hybrid in blizzard pearl color) we are looking for.
how do you do it?
i suspect walk-in may not be best option to start off with?
already drove and choice made.. no need to test drive.
how do you bargain? on what basis do you bargain on price?
(assumption is all dealers jack it up high enough so they have room to bargain and still make reasonable profit)
does it help buying in the last week of the month?
will to drive 200 mile radius to get it.. (NJ/MD/DC/PA/DE area)
My favorite method is to start the process via website. Usually you end up talking to the fleet salesman who's already going to discount the vehicle. This doesn't necessarily mean I'll buy from him. What
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