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    • 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 days ago
    • Tikkuaktuk Ivalulinik
      Tikkuaktuk Ivalulinik


      about 5 days 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 9 days ago
    • Monty Krem
      Monty Krem In reply to mytrustybr

      Lol Minecraft

      about 8 days ago
    • Ken Thomas
      Ken Thomas

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

      about 11 days ago
    • Brian Mclaughlin
      Brian Mclaughlin

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

      about 14 days ago
    • Myrmid0n_

      * slaps roof of the car *

      about 18 days ago
    • Cecil Henry
      Cecil Henry

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

      about 23 days ago
    • uttaradit2

      Be prepared to walk

      about 23 days ago
    • Cosimo Kramarawicz
      Cosimo Kramarawicz

      Threaten his wife and kids.

      about 29 days 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 1 month 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 1 month ago
    • SuperBullies1

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

      about 1 month ago
    • g p
      g p

      These negotiations are just like any other negotiation in life.

      about 1 month ago
    • Paul Kelly
      Paul Kelly

      Precise and to the point

      about 1 month ago
    • brit speak
      brit speak

      You can get at least $2000 below invoice, I did, On a $20,000 car, a holdback represents $400 to $600. The holdback allows dealers to sell a car at invoice price (or even below invoice) and still make money. Most manufacturers offer holdbacks to their brands, Also Many dealers will easily settle for a $1500 to $2500 profit. If they do, and you purchase the vehicle correctly, you will be well below MSRP invoice!

      about 1 month ago
    • calpitoc

      Should've bought an S2000.

      about 1 month ago
    • robert

      So around how much less is a good number you should pay of msrp

      about 1 month ago
    • knight knives
      knight knives

      what if they ask for my ss card and how much monthly payment can i do, what should i do?

      about 1 month ago
    • Chieftain
      Chieftain In reply to knight knives

      Well they are doing that to see what you can afford, so they don't waste there time on you. You should know what you can afford, so tell them lets see if I find a car I like then do the financing part. Even better yet, go get preapproved before you shop is the best thing to do. Hell they can lower those payment by stretching them out to eight years and that's too long, I recommend 5 year loan max. If shopping used I like to look at cars under 35k miles and make sure I can pay it off before I hit 100k miles. Plus you will save so much money and get a better vehicle. Go on the internet, calculate your payment on a car buying calculator, then go to my favorite site, Car Gurus and they will tell you if the vehicle is overpriced or under priced.

      about 1 month ago
    • Sophon Thepwong
      Sophon Thepwong

      Win win situation 😆

      about 1 month ago
    • DK Dempcey Knight DK
      DK Dempcey Knight DK

      I see so many videos like this one, but never has one explained in the numbers game. I DON'T haggle whatsoever! I DON'T play these sort of damn games with anyone, not in buying or selling. And yet I am now put in the position to (buying a car I *need*).
      Humor me will some savvy person/s please?
      I go to a Toyota dealer. I spot the Camry for my needs. Price tag says 22,500.00. I know the dealership has to make some money off of the car they bought so what is a reasonable shave off of that price and what would be a low ball point on my end? Is there some way of knowing how much exactly, or near exactly what they paid for the car?
      Thank you in advance!

      about 2 months ago
    • gaffnaldo1
      gaffnaldo1 In reply to DK Dempcey Knight DK

      DK, this is only a desired price. You first need to make an initial offer then go from there, slowly.

      There is negotiation is EVERYTHING, if there wasnt, these vehicles would be available in a vending machine

      about 1 month ago
    • A Stanton1966
      A Stanton1966

      I would always do this.  Whatever price they give you, tell them you got to go home and think it about it or talk it over with the old lady.  They will call  you in a couple of days with a better price.

      about 2 months ago
    • warriormakeup

      Lol this comment section. Dealers at the top of their game strive to make a 3% profit after expenses...3%. 3 pennies for every dollar. People think vehicles are marked up crazy amounts and that’s just not the truth.

      about 2 months ago
    • Victor

      Always check prices of that model.
      Check the history.
      Then go to the dealer.

      about 2 months ago
    • Blaine Webster
      Blaine Webster

      99.9% are total assholes. Had 3 surround me and began to raise their voice in the finance office. I punched one in the throat and walked out. To my surprise they never called the police.

      about 2 months ago
    • Bobby Shupinski
      Bobby Shupinski

      never finance at a dealership always walk in with your loan already established!

      about 2 months ago
    • The-1DarkKnight_

      I did everything in this video to buy my 1st car. Just wished I got another inspection. Car literally drove 50 mins to my place and starter gave out. So pissed but now my 2001 Toyota Echo runs fine.

      about 2 months ago
    • sendtorich
      sendtorich In reply to The-1DarkKnight_

      i LOL'd

      about 28 days ago
    • Jasonthehammer

      I had a salesman who told me a price and then gave me the Total price including a $650 Doc Fee, $500 Delivery fee and a $200 Title transfer fee.
      I made a mistake and told him my number. He went over by $1500
      I walk out. I had to.

      about 3 months ago
    • AlaskaErik
      AlaskaErik In reply to Jasonthehammer

      At least your final move was a smart one. Too many people won't walk out. And that's where you have the power.

      about 1 month ago
    • puma ring
      puma ring

      people should be able to buy the car direct from the manufacturer at a whole sale price.

      about 3 months ago
    • Joshua McDonald
      Joshua McDonald

      Worst ways to negotiate with a car salesman*

      about 3 months ago
    • Asian Baddriver
      Asian Baddriver

      Easier said than gone

      about 3 months ago