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WeeklyCarAds.com is your source for great deals on new and used cars. New car Internet
specials are updated frequently. Used car Internet specials change often. We deliver them all in
one place, right here at WeeklyCarAds.com: the best deals on most makes and models, domestic
and import, on the Internet. Currently, we provide weekly automotive Internet specials for the
following: Atlanta new car dealers, Ft Lauderdale new car dealers, Jacksonville new car dealers,
St. Petersburg new car dealers, Tampa new car dealers, West Palm Beach new car dealers, Dallas,
Tx new car dealers, Shreveport, La new car dealers, San Diego new car dealers, Seattle new car
dealers, Charlotte new car dealers, Denver new car dealers, Phoenix new car dealers and
Greenville, S.C new car dealers.

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First of all this is not something you do everyday, but it is something Car Sales professionals
do everyday…that is why they are called professionals and you need to do your due diligence
using the internet, family, friends, co-workers and anyone else you can ask before you buy.
Have an idea of what you want before the process begins, it may also be a good idea to have
several vehicles in mind.
 RULE NUMBER ONE – KNOW WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD! By the time you’ve
done your research, you will know how much you can pay for a new vehicle and stay
in budget!
 Trade-ins are not always worth what Kelley Blue Book or other sites state they are
worth. It is a good source for you if you are trading-in your vehicle but keep in mind
other factors such demand in your market and condition of the vehicle play a huge roll
in what your car may be worth to the dealer. Find out what private parties are selling
their cars for, a good source is WeeklyCarAds.com used car search and
AutoTrader.com, you may even want to sell your car yourself before purchasing a new
vehicle.
 Finance – You can be ahead of the game by comparing interest rates and getting preapproved for a loan. Research BankRate.com which can be found on
WeeklyCarAds.com, ELoan.com or any other online lending firm to see what typical
interest rates are in your market. Also, ask your local bank or credit union.

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 Your first trip to the dealership should be just one part of your research. Another good idea
is to drop by the dealership when they are closed, go to WeeklyCarAds.com, window shop
so to speak! Your teacher in school ever tell you to take notes? Well there is a reason why, so
take NOTES!
 You’ve been to the dealership, have one or two vehicles on your list. Now is the time for
some serious research. Look to your fiends and co-workers, do any of them drive one of the
vehicles on your list and if so, ask them about their experience with the car and the
dealership they purchased from and/or do service with.
 INTERNET, isn’t it great! You can get the actual invoice price (what the dealer bought the
car for) from a number of web sites like Edmunds com, MSN Autos, etc…be sure you add in
all the extras you want on your vehicle as well. You’ll want to start your negotiating from
invoice price verses sticker price…you’ll be negotiating what profit your willing to pay the
dealer for their service of selling you the car. Keep in mind, they are in business to make a
profit!
 Get several online price quotes, most dealerships have dedicated online sales staff to almost
instantly give you a quote over the internet and you can use this as a negotiating tool with
other dealers.

 Make sure you have all your notes and paper work in order before your first official buying
visit and test drive. Print the invoice with all the add-ons, also, research any manufacturer
incentives and rebates that may apply to the car you are shopping for, and subtract this from
the invoice price.
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