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Why Conventional Car-Buying Wisdom Is Costly and Wrong
Consumers have long been told that they should make car deals at months end because thats when dealers will be scrambling to make their sales quotas, but the best deals are actually struck on the first two days of the month, says Painter. Consumers save an average of $390 by striking deals on those days, he says. The most expensive time to buy a car is on the last day or two of the month, he adds, though the final week of the month (aside from those two days) is a pretty good time to shop.
National New Car Prices | August 26, 2014
The Toughest Cars To Negotiate: August 2014
With help from TrueCar.com, we’ve come up with a list of ten of the most difficult cars to negotiate on right now. Our list features vehicles selling at, very near or even above their sticker price.
Aol Autos. | August 25, 2014