Here are the updated top 10 tips for beating a car dealer and buying a cheap new car without getting ripped off.

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It's how you can fight back, and organise a much better deal on basically any new car.
Buying a car is not fun. Everyone on the other team is match fit, and systematically incentivised to rip you off - if you let them. But it doesn't have to be this way. Here's how to recognise the car dealer's tricks and sidestep the traps.
Let's focus on the car you want. It might not look like a commodity, but that's exactly what it is. There's no qualitative difference between the car you want at Dealership A and the same car at Dealership B. They came out of the same factory. Their mothers can't tell them apart. The dealership doesn't change them in any way, or add intrinsic value. The dealership is actually just a fancy vending machine.
When you're buying a commodity, the only factor that matters is the price. Lowest price wins. That's what you need to deliver. For more advice, fill in the contact form on the right at - I'll help you see just how low the price on your new car really goes. I'll also show you how to put your trade-in out to tender and arrive at the highest possible price, if you lack the time or the inclination to sell your old car privately.
Buying a car is not an uplifting experience. It should be, but it's not. It's challenging, stressful and generally fairly unpleasant. But it doesn't have to be a rip-off. You absolutely can drive away in a cheap new car without being absolutely violated by a car dealer. Especially now.


    • Stuart Vassallo
      Stuart Vassallo


      about 1 day ago
    • Whisky C
      Whisky C


      about 1 day ago
    • MaceFXE

      Always try to get financing through your own bank and show up at the dealership with your pre-approved offer letter. Tell the dealer they can try to beat it, but if they can't, you'll take the offer in your hand. Always check prices ahead of time and know what a fair price is and NEVER pay sticker price. Always check the numbers - they bring out an "offer" and check for Gap, Service Contracts (aka warranties) and so on. Get Gap through your insurance - it's pennies per year. Negotiate on the warranty - never pay what they are asking. Don't fall into high down payments. For each $1,000 you put down, you only reduce your payment by $10-20/month.

      about 1 day ago
    • MaceFXE

      There really needs to be stricter regulations on these slimeball car salesman. I can't even imagine the amount of people who have been unfairly ripped off and it's just accepted as "well you should have known better". No - they need to be ethical in their sales. Tesla has it figured out. The car is priced to where they make a profit, but not high-balled and no salesmen to put you in bad situations. THe price is what it is.

      about 1 day ago
    • Darius Dalrymple
      Darius Dalrymple

      It's Ross Kemp with an Aussie accent.

      about 2 days ago
    • Po Pandah
      Po Pandah

      I walk in then walked right out ... Nothing happened

      about 3 days ago
    • Hao Luo
      Hao Luo

      I think all the salesman dislike the video. LOL

      about 4 days ago
    • Keira James
      Keira James

      So you please bring utilities to your channel please thank you

      about 5 days ago
    • Richard Kelley
      Richard Kelley

      Lookin good in the shirt & tie!!

      about 5 days ago
    • Archie Mendoza
      Archie Mendoza

      hahaha. surely mate the dealer hate you so much and their missus is gonna kill them too =P

      about 5 days ago
    • Cal L
      Cal L

      Final out the door price only and don’t need the car nor the features today. No other secret.

      about 6 days ago
    • Andrew Francis
      Andrew Francis

      Myyyyy hero !!

      about 6 days ago
    • ZLade32

      Impressive Auto Broker ad

      about 7 days ago
    • Riazor1370

      Don't buy indent, tbey are not in stock. They could hike the price skyhigh.

      about 7 days ago
    • Jean-Philippe Lavoie
      Jean-Philippe Lavoie

      im wondering : why do you say at 7:49 : 0% finance thats a completely ripoff tooooooooooooo

      about 7 days ago
    • Joseph Boucher
      Joseph Boucher

      This guy is an absolute dumb ass and all who listen to this shit is equially stupid, its 2019 almost 2020 ppl, get a grip, technology has changed the way things are priced and puts things into a competitive state even before said dumb customer shows up

      about 8 days ago
    • Genna Gibbins
      Genna Gibbins

      How do I know what they have in stock in their holding yard?

      about 8 days ago
    • TheAcePool
      TheAcePool In reply to Genna Gibbins

      Some dealers don't have it entirely fenced off. My local Toyota dealership has some of the holding stock visible out back near the repair shop. Then, there are some other ones locked in shipping containers.

      about 6 days ago
    • M Beliv
      M Beliv

      U don’t need a car broker if u buy a tesla. :)

      about 8 days ago
    • P W
      P W

      Words to live by.

      about 9 days ago
    • Kelly Wheeler
      Kelly Wheeler

      Does any of this apply to Canada ?

      about 9 days ago
    • mark peet
      mark peet

      Fcuk the dealer and go to internet.

      about 9 days ago
    • Dawna G
      Dawna G

      awesome information! thank you. I hate the games and the lies... looking at private sellers, but that can be risky... sigh

      about 9 days ago
    • karanjit singh
      karanjit singh

      great information JOHN.cheers

      about 10 days ago
    • Jim Cole
      Jim Cole

      Car stealerships. Never buy new and never buy from a stealership.

      about 10 days ago
    • Inkompatibel

      With these tips I'm sure I can afford a car with my budget.

      *Takes his 20 Euro and walks happy to a car dealer.*

      about 11 days ago
    • Mark Kookie
      Mark Kookie

      Does anyone know why people at dealerships are such a sketchy dick headed rude assholes rip off Rodney fucks? I live in Usa and I tell you what they talked to you like you're stupid and think they know everything when they're average people just like us? when you walk into a dealership sometimes they don't want to help you or bypass you apparently they go by dress code like are you Fucking kidding me? Do I have to dress up "professional" in front of you just to get a damn vehicle? I don't get it? Also they try to force it on you that you don't need :( is there a way you can contact the manufacturer of what brand you want instead of going through all the hassle? Or when you go to a dealership do you request to speak to the manager or something like that that way it's no bulshit or are they still going to bulshit you?

      about 12 days ago
    • Rick Field
      Rick Field

      I treat em like shit to their faces. Like they treat us. Same as real estate sales.

      about 12 days ago
    • 2ndchanceinlife

      Went to Nissan dealer in Liverpool NSW.. Met a very young salesman who just reached puberty and was full of testosterone. I told him I am thinking and just wanted his best prices as I am to ask around. Every time he asked for my personal details like phone or email, I reply by saying I will contact him. After the 3rd time he asked and my reply was the same, he ripped up the papers. I felt like I did something good.

      about 12 days ago
    • Giancarlo Morelli
      Giancarlo Morelli

      You are an idiot. Not every dealer is out to bend you over.

      about 12 days ago
    • Tom Ripley
      Tom Ripley

      I'm preparing to haggle for the car I want in the UK. Trouble is I've watched this video so many times to drum the pitfalls into my head that I think I'll end up negotiating in an Australian accent.

      about 12 days ago
    • AutoExpert TV
      AutoExpert TV In reply to Tom Ripley

      It's "Stray-ian" accent. Speak it mainly through the nose. The nose.

      about 12 days ago