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    • EddieDriven

      Hit 2 million views today!! Thank you all for watching!! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

      about 8 months ago
    • David Klimmek
      David Klimmek In reply to EddieDriven

      Keep Truckin! #F150

      about 3 days ago
    • David Klimmek
      David Klimmek In reply to EddieDriven

      @Re-tale !! lol. Knowledge is power!

      about 3 days ago
    • David Klimmek
      David Klimmek In reply to EddieDriven

      @EddieDriven you did well plus resale is excellent on F150. Can always upgrade to another F150 ..or a F250! #Fordperformance #Ecoboost

      about 3 days ago
    • David Klimmek
      David Klimmek In reply to EddieDriven

      @Fernando Flores Yes. True. They get bonuses from manufacturers (factory) always..that's never discussed. My '19 Ford Ranger supercab FX4 was special ordered. Even tho its best selling small truck in '19 ..got a good deal! Knowledge is power. Lol

      about 3 days ago
    • David Klimmek
      David Klimmek In reply to EddieDriven

      @Chris G look @new '19 Ranger as well. I did! Its dominated small truck reviews. Ranger ruled smaller trucks forever.. till Ford left the category focusing on full- size trucks 10yrs or so ago. Drove em all b4 ordering mine. No comparison!

      about 3 days ago
    • Wagner Wong
      Wagner Wong

      Always go with friend.

      about 5 hours ago
    • DC Driver
      DC Driver

      Those customers who read the how to buy a carbook I jack the price up 4 grand and give them 100 for their sled and we start from there. If they dont like it I toss them out. We make POPS where I work not mini deals.....

      about 15 hours ago
    • EddieDriven
      EddieDriven In reply to DC Driver

      DC Driver take the small and the big. Just like I do. Always ask for it all.

      about 8 hours ago
    • John Mead
      John Mead

      That Ford tough oil pan made of plastic

      about 1 day ago
    • Gray Swan
      Gray Swan

      A dealership sales person is never your friend, no matter how hard they smooze you so they can get on your level. Car sales managers utilIze so many tricks to gain the upper hand. Sure they have the sales cubicle/offices bugged with a mic and listen when the salesman has to leave constantly to negotiate and confer with the sales Mgr. Notice how most sales manager boxes are elevated up way up in the air like a eagles perch on the sales floor over in the corner so you can't look into them unless they stand up. Salesmen will be all around and up in the box surronding the queen bee but the sales mgr never comes down from his perch very often. He usually has an earpiece in so he can switch between offices of different salesmen or customers to monitor progress of deals or your conversations when the salesman leaves. He can switch between every office listening on a control switcboard. Timeshare presenters have them under the tables and Casinos started the rackett. I am always amazed at some people that make a huge financial investment like a $50K vehicle on a spur of the moment decision with less research or knowledge than the coffee they purchased at Starbucks that morning.

      Car sales is a slimy business of seeing just how much they can get over on you and then bragg to the other salesmen that they just made bank off that deal gouging that single woman. (Sorry, its true and I despise it that much more because they look for the old, weak, gullible as easy prey) They deservingly earned their reputation as the worst of the worst soul-less carneys. If they have any premise of moral fiber in character, they tend to only last a short stint in car sales before it becomes too much burden to sleep with both eyes closed for fear of the reaper or the guy you fleeced for thousands extra last week. This is a sign that they have some decency or maybe fear that the church roof might cave in on them. The ones with giant egos settling into seasoned crooks finding it acceptable for slithering tongues are the real scary players to fear. Furniture sales is the exact same con job. The markup is ridiculous but lie, cheat and smile are just a standardized practice.

      Everyone should educate themselves about a U.S. consumer law called "Truth in Lending", which is the law but so few consumers know about it or what it entails that car salesmen rarely get the rug pulled out from under them and finance managers will deny they said it or their was a communication problem from sales in relaying to the finance manager.

      Through the years I have seen many scams pulled on consumers by dealerships which makes them some big money, and its no accident!

      1) Never believe the interest rate a salesman first quotes you as being the real rate you were approved for. Always ask to see the official printout approval from the auto finance company your credit report was submitted to. If they worm around and avoid showing it to you or come back in a few minutes and say they pulled some strings and got you a 2% better apr rate. You were being TOed, which was the term used in dealerships for years. This is an old trick of retail finance but if you agree to a 6.9% APR believing your salesman because they say your credit just wasn't quite good enough to get the 4.9% APR. If you sign the contract for the higher rate, then you just got squeezed and they get the spread from what your real approval rate was that you never saw because you just took their word for it. BIG mistake people make everyday. They don't build shinny new state of the art dealer lots on prime commercial land for millions and make honest profit margins.

      Always go to at least three different dealerships after you have figured out the make/midel of vehicle that your interested in buying and compare your best deal on the same vehicle-price, rebates trade value, incentives and financing. If you applyed for financing at a certain dealer brand like GMC or Ford. Your approval will already be in their national system as approved so ask them what the APR is but don't be surprised if it is lower than the other dealership quoted you because they are afraid to lie condsidering they think you already know the real rate and would call them out. I caught a Hyundai dealer doing this to me a couple of years ago then again at our local Infinity dealer doing this same scam with my mother plus telling me that the only way they would approve her loan on a 2 year old certified lease return was to sign a extended warranty agreement which could be financed into the note of course. I was so upset that I demanded to talk to the owner immediately or file a complaint with consumer protection divison in AG. They asked me to step outside because they did not want anybody to hear what I was saying but it was obvious this was a rountine scam. This is against the law in every state because they can NOT make your finance approval contingent on anything other than your credit worthiness. This is why the finance manager is always different than your salesman. I asked the sales manager to put that in writing so I could take it to our State Attorney General and he just smiled and said that I just misunderstood that they just recommended that extended warranty for $2300 extra. I laughed and said that is what I thought so I recorded it on my phone. His face turned 3 shades of red especially after I said surely you haven't told someone else that because a finance record audit would easily show if others got duped into a sham like that. My mother looked at me and I said lets just go because they are playing people for stupid.

      Read through your finance contract carefully because they will rush you and pressure you but I recommend telling them you want to take it home to review it thoroughly then sign it tomorrow. It is a contract so have someone else review it that you trust to be detail oriented. Most of these contracts will have something wrong and it is not by accident but if you sign it they will not change it unless you know the law! Every state has different laws concerning changing your mind on any transaction and mine is 72 hours. Usually they add some extra dealer doc or prep fees that were not discussed or the finance rate will be higher or they charge for the clear coat paint protector or splash guards that were added for $199 when the dealer paid $20 for plastic flares that just snapped on. They even will try the fabric scotchtgard fabric stain protector trick. They have been doing this for years and they are really good at their game. The final price will be different than the agreed upon price. I rejected 3 different contracts at a Chevrolet dealership because they kept being wrong after I reviewed them but after pointing out the errors then they acted like I was putting them out to redo them. I said this is NO mistake and I don't trust or think I can do business here. They acted so upset and the manager come over offered 2 free oil changes and car washes for my time. I took a pen and crossed out all the mistakes and the agreed on price with the terms in months with no prepayment penalties for early payoff. I called GMAC to confirm the APR. The final contract already saved in the computer took 5 minutes to correct it was right!

      NEVER feel like you got a good deal if you bought a new vehicle because they made $3K at the least in one form or another with incentives, trades, rebates or financing. GUARANTEED...Please don't be one of those people who just sign whatever they put in front of you after glancing over it because that makes it hard on everybody else who takes these business deals very serious.

      about 2 days ago
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      about 2 days ago
    • johnlyn1

      Did you buy this used or new? Its a 2016 and you video is posted July 31, 2017 which based on that date your truck is basically 2 years old since the 2018 models would be out by July 2017. How much were the rebates if you bought it new?

      about 2 days ago
    • Birdman PB
      Birdman PB

      Unless you wait until the car you want is available at 0%. The fancy paint coating is a joke. Xenon or whatever it's called. It's a joke waste of money. If you do enough research you also send out emails and faxes to numerous dealerships and wait for the replies to come in, if you don't like talking on the phone. When I do go in and a salesman says alright let's go in and talk numbers I said "alright but before we go in, just fair warning. If you even once mention our 'budget' or 'monthly payments' I'm walking away." No reason to get frustrated with them. Just tell them you aren't falling for those tricks

      about 2 days ago
    • Mr Ghost
      Mr Ghost

      Itโ€™s in the title MSRP = suggested price! Duh

      about 3 days ago
    • Anthony Hutchinson
      Anthony Hutchinson

      How do you save the trade-in for last if it's one of the things they ask you about up front? Do you just flat out lie and say I don't have a trade-in and then later say, oops, I forgot, I actually do have a trade-in??

      about 3 days ago
    • Michael B
      Michael B

      Eddie, are you saying the dealership sold you that truck about 23 percent off MSRP? And you say that's about "normal?" Is that before manufacturer money for you? That's great!

      I see other salesmen on YouTube saying to begin new vehicle negotiations at about 25 percent off MSRP. But we should most always get at least 20 percent off. Do you agree?

      Thanks for inspirational vid!

      about 3 days ago
    • David Perez
      David Perez

      The trade in is often one of the first things they mention. How do you say that moment, yeah I have something but I don't want you to see it yet until the end, and screw it up?

      about 4 days ago
    • Darren Crispin
      Darren Crispin

      Never trade your vehicle at a dealership..sell your old one privately or you will get ripped off

      about 4 days ago
    • Ronald Picker
      Ronald Picker

      I did some math. With you being $3000 upside down on your Mustang, and trading it in, you paid around 69% of the Monroney sticker price of the truck. There must be a lot of profit built into that truck for the dealer. Don't expect to pay 69% of the sticker price on a new import car, or a much lesser priced car. His tips are valid, though.

      about 4 days ago
    • Jeff

      No one beats Ford financing so kinda bad point.

      about 4 days ago

      The arguments on here are insane

      about 4 days ago
    • EddieDriven
      EddieDriven In reply to 2222MUDDYWATERS

      Lol yeppp

      about 4 days ago
    • Glock Man
      Glock Man

      Dont trade in. Sell it yourself.

      about 5 days ago
    • Michael

      Great tips! I used a lot of these recently when shopping for a leftover Mazda3, and unfortunately I didn't get the car. The dealership basically told me "there's idiots that we can make money off, why would we sell it to you?" At least I didn't get ripped off!

      about 5 days ago
    • Spot

      Hello I got approved for 12 k from credit union and I'm gonna buy a used 2017 car from dealership but the price there is 12500$ other than taxes and title, what should I do in this case ?. I have cash on me to pay these damages.

      about 6 days ago
    • Ghetto Crypto
      Ghetto Crypto

      Solid video ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿฝ

      about 6 days ago
    • Brianna T
      Brianna T

      i need to bring you to the dealership

      about 6 days ago
    • D Chivas
      D Chivas

      Do you think a brand new 2WD F-150 XLT 3.3L V6 engine, Super Crew, 5.5โ€™ box selling in Alberta Canada for $25,500 CAD (roughly $19,000 US). is a great deal? cityfordsales.com

      about 7 days ago
    • Louis Fields
      Louis Fields

      Why Am I watching this Iโ€™m a mopar guy

      about 7 days ago
    • Alex Spevak
      Alex Spevak

      Nice buy bro! Last may we got a new 2018 F150 crew sport w/ a few options (not ext tank tho ๐Ÿ˜ญ) but all in all we paid 40,088 for the truck w/ a sticker or 50,880. My best deal so far, took a few days. I usually take 1 day where for a few hrs me and a buddy grab lunch and call up 8-12 local dealers and literally ask for their most aggressive sales person. Then figure out how good a deal we can get ๐Ÿ˜Ž

      about 8 days ago
    • Bryce Turner
      Bryce Turner

      Now just a quick point you do understand that Credit unions or banks where you get your own finances at still make money off that Rate that you get this video to be honest is just making the car buying experience worst for a customer telling them to do all this extra shit I have been in the car business for years and Iโ€™m a manager of a dealership I give people great deals every day not every dealership is fucking people over but sure follow these steps to piss a salesman off so they donโ€™t want to help you then you will get a great deal makes no sense sure some points of this can be true but another thing you need to realize car dealerships have to atleast make something if they donโ€™t thousands of people would be out of jobs lol t

      about 9 days ago
    • John Brooks
      John Brooks

      I love how this ass hat is supposed to be giving advice on car purchases and then at the end he's like ya I'm six grand upside down on my mustang. A real Ford owner, always winning.

      about 9 days ago
    • EddieDriven
      EddieDriven In reply to John Brooks

      John Brooks still missing the point. And good please do. โœŒ๐Ÿป

      about 8 days ago
    • John Brooks
      John Brooks In reply to John Brooks

      @EddieDriven Wow a whole 8 months? That's a short time to lose thousands. First you trash a mustang and then you roll your debt into another vehicle thinking you struck internet gold? I'll get my advice elsewhere sizzle chest.

      about 9 days ago
    • EddieDriven
      EddieDriven In reply to John Brooks

      You donโ€™t understand the circumstances ass hat. Like how I bought the car and owned it for 8 months. Put 0 down financed tax and lic, sold it with bald tires, cracked exhaust, cracked windshield, and 15k more miles. So me being 3k upside down or whatever was not a bad purchase at all.

      about 9 days ago
    • Doctor Super Smooth
      Doctor Super Smooth

      Some really good points! Especially the payment trick. Fuck the payment focus on the price. And keep the trade in for last. 2 of the best points I've heard in these car videos. Good video man

      about 9 days ago
    • Nomad -81-
      Nomad -81-

      2wd LOL

      about 9 days ago
    • Julio Tzoc
      Julio Tzoc

      30,000 dollars for it

      about 9 days ago
    • Kurt Wstson
      Kurt Wstson

      You got had. They could have covered your trade 100%

      about 10 days ago
    • EddieDriven
      EddieDriven In reply to Kurt Wstson

      Kurt Wstson nope, they gave me full book

      about 8 days ago