16 Things to Consider When Buying a New Car

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13. Walk Away if Not Certain

Similar to saying no to the car salesperson, if a deal seems odd or just not right, walk away from the dealership. Many times, the consumer’s intuition is likely right if the length of auto loan, price, or option does not seem like a good idea. Dealers force shoppers to invest a significant amount of time into an auto purchase in order to reduce the probability that the shopper will walk away from the car lot. The vehicle will likely be at the lot on a subsequent day, and the second time around, one will save a lot of time when it comes to purchasing a new vehicle. Most car salespeople will try to force a decision on the same day in order to preserve their individual commission.


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