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How to Buy New Cars Guide: Save as much as $6,000 Plus Arnold Farris

How to Buy New Cars Guide: Save as much as $6,000 Plus

Arnold Farris

Published July 6th 2014
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Kindle Edition
119 pages
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 About the Book 

When you buy a car, there are two key points. The first is you need to know the facts to get the dealers team to give you a good deal. You must force them to give you a good deal. They will not take cash out of their pockets unless they have goodMoreWhen you buy a car, there are two key points. The first is you need to know the facts to get the dealers team to give you a good deal. You must force them to give you a good deal. They will not take cash out of their pockets unless they have good reason. You will give them good reason. Second, you must perform without flaws like a Hollywood actor. You will be excited like a kid in a candy store. So you need to be cool/calm and collected. Car buyers have a lot of power when you know how to play the game. You will need to invest about a month to prepare. You should study step-by-step as each day pass by.Great artists learn by doing. There is an ART to all things that we do in life. If you try to recall the facts you read in text alone without test, you will have problems. Great doctors, actors, sports figures, musicians, etc. all learn by doing. The more you do with correction, the more you will learn.Do not try to buy a car with a vague ideal of what you need to know. Dealers force their sales teams to use the best tools. Why? Because of huge amounts of money!My guide will help you learn fast/easy. Also, the guide will help you make a great plan to save. The dealer’s team has a huge amount of experience on their side. Most likely 20 to 25 years or more as a group. However, they need you the buyer. The pressure on their team is HUGE, and good hagglers as you will be know how to use that. You will learn how to call the shots without the stress. Also, you will make friends along the way. Isn’t this the way to buy a car and love every minute of it?