Saturday, August 11, 2007

CAR BUYING SECRETS EXPOSED - The Dirty Little Secrets of a Used Car Dealer / Part 1

So you’re in the market to buy a new car – are you? This can be quite a stressful time for many people.

Car expert Donna Kane from Hyundai Motors America says, “Buying a car doesn't have to be so traumatic. By doing a little homework, the overwhelming process of purchasing a car – and actually getting the one you want at a good price – can become much less stressful.”

You see, the real secret to making the car buying process an easy, stress free and fun event is all in the initial research you do before you ever step foot on a car lot.

Many people believe that when the time comes to buy a car they have to start randomly hitting car dealerships, wandering aimlessly with no plan of attack.

That is NOT a smart strategy.

But you would be surprised at how many people use this exact method. This is probably why so many people feel stress and anxiety when buying a car.

As with anything in life, you are always the most uneasy and stressed-out by the things you are not prepared to do. Most of us feel uneasy about being in situations we are not prepared to handle.

This is precisely why I am giving you this information. I never want you to be stressed and uncomfortable around a car dealership again.

Car buying should be a fun and exciting process. It’s a big decision and one that you can get much pride and joy out of for many years to come.

Buying a car is an experience you can share with your friends, family and neighbors. And it should be a positive experience, not a negative one.

The opportunity that I have here is to educate you about what to look for, how to research and how to prepare yourself with all the decisions and choices you will have to make when buying a car.

After reading this information, you will be a super-power car buyer.

You’ll learn…

1) How to decide whether a new or used vehicle is right for you;

2) Why most millionaires don’t drive new cars and would never consider leasing;

3) How to get the car you’ve always wanted but didn’t think you could afford;

4) The good, bad, and the ugly truth about used car dealers;

5) How to pick the vehicle that’s right for you;

6) How to pick the best place to purchase your next automobile;

7) What to look for in a car to ensure it’s a quality vehicle and not a disguised hunk-o-junk;

8) Secret insider tips to negotiating the best deal;

9) The rules of automotive credit and how to qualify;

10) How to make your trade in appraise for double what its worth;

11) The simple steps to spotting common car scams faster than a speeding bullet.

So let’s get started, new friend. We’ll walk side by side and I’ll show you everything you need to know.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR - Tracy Myers is the owner of Frank Myers Auto Maxx in Winston-Salem, NC. He is a Certified Master Dealer, the National Quality Dealer of the Year and one of top 28 dealerships in the Nation.

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