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    • Miguel Elderado
      Miguel Elderado

      So basically be an asshole and if you don't get your way, leave. Derp

      about 12 days ago
    • wholeNwon

      It's easy: NEVER set foot in a dealership. Never buy a new car; it's always a huge financial mistake and money has REAL time value. If you do and you think you got a good deal, you didn't. If you lease, you're usually even more of a sucker unless your business is paying for it and has offsets.

      about 22 days ago
    • MK Duke
      MK Duke

      They fear ONLY the walk!!!

      about 27 days ago
    • Miss Take
      Miss Take

      Some good points if its new car buying see if your locality has a *Professional Buyologist* these are people who have professional negotiation skills and maybe Accountants or an ex-company manager _who are out (for a fee) to help you get the best deal they work alongside you and keep things on track_ if you *save 5k on a new vehicle thanks to them and their fee is $500 I consider that money well spent* if you think they are too expensive *you cannot afford the car* usually they only charge you once a deal is made.

      about 1 month ago
    • Travisons Lab
      Travisons Lab

      😂😂😂 that’s old school, things have changed my dear friend

      about 1 month ago
    • Walt Baby
      Walt Baby In reply to Travisons Lab

      Travisons Lab naw. Pretty much the same. Lol

      about 1 month ago
    • Devin Christianson
      Devin Christianson

      The truth about dealerships is that the car most likely wont make a profit in today's market. Service department and body shops are the real money makers for dealerships. They can loose 3000 on a sale and make it up in service and body shop

      about 1 month ago
    • Devin Christianson
      Devin Christianson

      That would work great if this were 1995. Today is internet driven and all the best prices are on the websites.

      about 1 month ago
    • dugroz
      dugroz In reply to Devin Christianson

      Kinda true, but a lot still applies. Neogtiation room is smaller now, true, because there's so much info out there. But there's still wiggle room. Come in knowing that the max price you are willing to pay is, but don't offer that up.

      about 1 month ago
    • D

      Cars are overpriced period just like computers soon as you drive off the lot with that car depreciation just dropped

      about 1 month ago


      about 1 month ago
    • raven scott
      raven scott

      I am a female, I am bringing all my brothers with me.

      about 1 month ago
    • Crazycraigy

      BS if the manager fucks off i get up also...do not be controlled to sit...

      about 1 month ago
    • firefox

      I hate car salesmen, they are scum and will rip you off. Best advice is go when busy. Let them talk their crap, they lie like hell. Ask how much your monthly repayments are. Then ask them how much interest you will pay. Most lie and press their calculator fast. Observe watch them press cancel them make a figure up. THEN say pass me the calculator. So it's so much a month for 3 years total it. That's how much your paying back. Take off what the car is being sold for which leaves the interest. 9 times out of 10 it is not what they show on the calculator. See the sweat drip as you perform the calculation. When you catch them out stand up and get aggressive. "Ive a good mind to tell everyone what you've done". Trust me they give you a right deal to shut you up and get you out, the busier the better. This technique also gets them to admit to putting extras they get commission for but don't tell you about like ppi. Use this for any purchase on finance, windows etc. Don't trust them switch their dishonesty to your advantage. In fact record the whole process then threaten them with financial ombudsman they can have their credit licence revoked. Some leave to speak to non existant manager, they just sat taking the piss drinking coffee. Some bug their desk and listen in on your conversation with your partner to aid them negociating. Don't belive props they leave thank you cards with the message written on the back its fake. There is a physiological science behind it. Remember yes car credit what they thought of their customers. They ALL hold that belief, to be any good and survive as a car salesman you need to be dishonest, full of shit and take people for as much as you can con out of them.

      When you ask mpg take 20 off that's what your car will do in real world driving conditions. Not what they state tested at a constant speed in a vacume chamber.

      about 2 months ago
    • Spenser Hawk
      Spenser Hawk

      As soon as they offer you to take a seat, head for the door. Then they'll offer you a cold beverage and then you'll be trapped for hours.

      about 2 months ago
    • Austin Bruck
      Austin Bruck

      People dont understand this is what makes the economy go around & around! When you get your taxes done do you think they only make the $100 they charge you? 😂... when you buy an engagement ring for your soon to be finance for $8,000 they made $5000 off you! Same goes for furniture, insurance agent, dentist office, doctor's, realtor, banks/loans.. Everyone makes more then you think off you trust me!

      about 2 months ago
    • vator exca05
      vator exca05

      Is it stupid to ask for a set if wheels and tires?

      about 2 months ago
    • siavash ranjbar
      siavash ranjbar

      This is most likely a bad credit customer mentality. When you are buying a car it’s not that you finance a vehicle, it’s about getting a loan to finance a vehicle. Now when you decide not to pay your bills don’t expect the payments and the downpayment be as low as your credit score! Yes there are plenty of deals out there but guess what, if you think you can get a better deal somewhere else at least respect the sales man time and don’t waste their time. There is a reason why you are at that dealership trying to get that vehicle if you think you are smart enough to pay the bottom dollar for the vehicle, trust me banks are smarter than you and they don’t pay high dollar for anything. In this video the selling price is at 17k. Including all the taxes and fees and back in products like warranty let’s say the customer is at 21k. If they are asking for 5000$ down and payments of almost 400 a month! It means you have bad credit probably in mid 500s even with low interest you still have bad credit that they can’t give you a good loan so please next time you go to the dealership respect the sales people and be educated about financing also if you have your little cash on the spot, don’t think you own the world cause remember they take credit cards as well and most of the time the same sales person can buy you all day so be relax and respectful and let’s make a fair dealer

      about 2 months ago
    • Devan Traynor
      Devan Traynor

      Here is a scenario that I can not seem to find info on...
      Suppose you have a paid off vehicle and are looking to trade down to ascertain some cash. Say a 30k vehicle and your looking to procure a 14-16k decent vehicle... what the hell is the best method then? I’ve had one experience where it was quite noticeable that once they found out what I had vs what I wanted ( to trade down , I didn’t even delineate the price range) that they weren’t interested.
      It’s hard to avoid letting them know I have a trade in when I have to drive it onto the lot... so that advice isn’t helpful lol! There is so much advice on how to get the best price on the vehicle that you want and for your trade in but not the best way to broach this particular situation. Help lol!

      about 3 months ago
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      about 3 months ago
    • mytrustybr

      Lol watch all the vids you want, I’ve heard everything, I’ve watched them too. You don’t stand a chance against me

      about 3 months ago
    • Monty Krem
      Monty Krem In reply to mytrustybr

      Lol Minecraft

      about 3 months ago
    • Min Ombret
      Min Ombret

      I love these videos made in the 80s...so nostalgic. 😀

      about 3 months ago
    • Brian Mclaughlin
      Brian Mclaughlin

      Put him in a full Nelson until he accepts your offer!😂

      about 3 months ago
    • Myrmid0n_

      * slaps roof of the car *

      about 3 months ago
    • Cecil Henry
      Cecil Henry

      Always negotiate the FINAL drive off the lot price. Not any MSRP or anything else. FINAL price only

      about 3 months ago
    • uttaradit2

      Be prepared to walk

      about 3 months ago
    • Cosimo Kramarawicz
      Cosimo Kramarawicz

      Threaten his wife and kids.

      about 4 months ago
    • Manager Mister
      Manager Mister

      for the last 20 years i have not walked into a dealership. i send emails to every dealer in town and neighboring towns. i ask them for the best drive out price on the car i want. they know what they can sell it for. some wont tell you and want you to come in to talk to them. dont fall for it. resend another email request. you will find someone else who wants to sell a new car. at the end of the day i had 18 offers. they varied from 20,175 to 23,100 for a new Rav4 (2018). same car 3k spread. never set foot on the lot. this works if you really want to know the real price before buying. you can ask dealers in another town if you like. this will give you the realistic price for a car. i had one Hyundai dealership (baytown hyundai) flat out tell me that all cars are not discounted but you only get some of the rebates, not all of them. they keep it for themselves. be sure to add ALL rebates in the drive out price. they hate doing business by email becsuse they cant ware you down. waste your time, and pressure you. you are in charge. take it back and you start to regain control. try it, and see what price you can get. by the way make sure you ask about the mileage. make sure you dont settle for a demo or a car they drove for 4.5k miles. i ran into this once.

      good luck. worth a few emails saving 3k for my car.

      about 4 months ago
    • Kainen Felix
      Kainen Felix

      This is dumb and unrealistic. It makes me laugh when people say that they "don't want to play the game", yet will hold back on letting you know what goal they're trying to hit and ultimately end up playing the 'game' anyways.
      It's unfortunate that the 'OG' car salesman from 10, 20, and even 30 years ago manipulated enough people into buying vehicles, that crap like this had to be made.
      Buying a car from a consumer standpoint can be quick and easy, and less stressful than what most people believe it to be; you just need to be straightforward with the salesman, don't be unrealistic (ex. $300 payment on a $60,000 vehicle), and be respectful to the person trying to help you out. At the end of the day we're all humans, why can't there be a mutual respect between parties?

      about 4 months ago
    • SuperBullies1

      Watch as many of these videos as you can to protect yourself from these trained vultures.

      about 4 months ago
    • g p
      g p

      These negotiations are just like any other negotiation in life.

      about 4 months ago
    • Paul Kelly
      Paul Kelly

      Precise and to the point

      about 4 months ago