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    • EddieDriven

      Hit 2 million views today!! Thank you all for watching!! 👍👍

      about 11 months ago
    • Cardario Jackson
      Cardario Jackson In reply to EddieDriven

      Damn dude!!! Thanks so much man!!!!

      about 1 month ago
    • kaddiram93
      kaddiram93 In reply to EddieDriven

      EddieDriven hello there, not sure if you will respond but it is worth a shot about a week ago I tried trading in my 2012 sonata Gls kind of like you I was upside down 5,000 I refinanced so I owe more than it’s worth and also have to consider credit 🤷🏾‍♀️. Toyota tried to give me 500 for my car haha 😂. I would like to get a small suv. I jotted down the steps you said to take and I will definitely use them .

      about 2 months ago
    • David Klimmek
      David Klimmek In reply to EddieDriven

      Keep Truckin! #F150

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

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

      about 3 months 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 months ago
    • Alberto O
      Alberto O

      I’m trying to finance 2016 infinity q60 sticker price is 23k I have a 05 tsx as a trade in worth 4K to 5k as trade in what should I do ? Can I lower the 23k sticker price even if I’m going to finance?

      about 21 hour ago
    • NellaB TV
      NellaB TV

      34K👍🏼 3.4👎🏼

      about 2 days ago
    • Loose Gravel
      Loose Gravel

      You forgot to mention the”holdback”.
      The domestic dealers pay the manufacturer around 20% more upfront per unit that Import car companies do not charge their dealers.
      “holdback” is the money paid by the dealers when the dealers purchase their inventory from domestic manufacturers.
      Say for example, the actual cost of the vehicle that the dealers pay the manufacturer for a domestic vehicle is $40k. the manufacturer charges the dealer 20% more or $48k which is the price the customer sees on the monroney sticker when it was actually just $40k.
      Then at the end of the year, the manufacturer returns the $8k “holdback” back to the dealership which is the actual hidden profit the dealers make in addition to any of the “rides” such as paint, fab, extra warranties added interest rates etc. or dealer added accessories that were added to the cost of the vehicle.
      The domestic manufacturers use this “holdback” system so the dealers wont give everything away to the customer in order to sell the vehicle cheaper than the competition down the street. Dealers would sell most any domestic vehicle at their true cost (or less) and try to make money on the trade or “rides” (extras) as we called the add ons.
      Due to the higher union labor costs, and poor mpg etc. Domestic manufacturers could not compete with the better made, fuel efficient vehicles like Toyota or Honda that Americans were buying instead of the lower quality gas guzzlers being produced in America.
      Hope this helps.

      about 2 days ago
    • P. Nice
      P. Nice

      All of this only applies to new cars

      about 3 days ago
    • Something somethingsomething
      Something somethingsomething

      how in the hell did you get 10k off?

      about 4 days ago
    • LauraNY

      How come nobody does a videos for ppl who wanna pay cash 🤷🏻‍♀️

      about 6 days ago
    • EddieDriven
      EddieDriven In reply to LauraNY

      Just take the finance part out of it. There you go

      about 5 days ago
    • D Pitt2
      D Pitt2

      So was the final price you paid prior to your trade in? If not the number doesn’t really give me an idea of how good your deal was

      about 6 days ago
    • EddieDriven
      EddieDriven In reply to D Pitt2

      Paid 34k plus fees with or without trade in

      about 5 days ago
    • Brian Mclaughlin
      Brian Mclaughlin

      You are spot on with all of your points,however,there’s alot we don’t know behind the scenes that are shared between the dealer and manufacturer.Holdbacks,rebates,and other hidden benefits that go to the dealer over and above the profit they make on the customer.It sounds great to think you’re saving 10 or 12k in discounts(on a truck),but believe me,they’re still making money,and lots of it.

      about 7 days ago
    • David Comas
      David Comas

      I don't understand how u paid 10k less than MSRP. Plz Explain.

      about 9 days ago
    • Evol M3
      Evol M3 In reply to David Comas

      Exactly what I was thinking.

      about 5 days ago
    • Lee BP
      Lee BP

      MSRP: $45000 and you paid $34000 wow you’re awesome man

      about 9 days ago
    • Evol M3
      Evol M3 In reply to Lee BP

      Well he shouldve showed us his contract sale price, not the window sticker Haha.

      about 5 days ago
    • jazzmeup1

      Nothing earth shattering revelation here. Mostly all say the same thing on your points. At best, you are re-enforcing the strategy of all others. Overall, good video and thanks for your time putting it together. Respect

      about 10 days ago
    • Jakob H
      Jakob H

      Great advice, thanks brotha 👌🏻

      about 12 days ago
    • 69Robertososa

      Very knowledgeable it’s exactly how it is at dealers which is the reason I really hate shopping for a new car they are just scam artist you have your few salesman that do their work right and help out the customer but for the others it’s just about getting the sale so get them in get them out .....I understand because of a few theirs a lot that suffer with bad reputation of salesman and finance managers but this is the world we live in do your homework if you don’t feel comfortable at the end that you got a good deal don’t sign the contract! Walk away I’ve done it

      about 16 days ago
    • Robert Ceja
      Robert Ceja

      Need some help buying a truck brotha. Looking to buy asap.

      about 17 days ago
    • X FILES
      X FILES

      The gayest video ever...he still got fuck when he bought that gay truck ...but again he is a closet gay driving a homo truck

      about 17 days ago
    • Ken Fergus
      Ken Fergus

      Go to a buy here pay here...no BS

      about 18 days ago
    • Terry Quinn
      Terry Quinn

      Dude do you live in a RV?

      about 18 days ago
    • Terry Quinn
      Terry Quinn In reply to Terry Quinn

      Right on Eddie, looking for a 2019 or 2020 Audi Q3, I live in Mexico and might purchase one in Denver, any pointers would be 👍!

      about 18 days ago
    • EddieDriven
      EddieDriven In reply to Terry Quinn

      No I don’t lol just sell them

      about 18 days ago
    • Mark Piontek
      Mark Piontek

      Just purchased a New 2019 Ram 1500 tradesman with V6. San Antonio dealership $34,400 MSRP wouldn't budge $18,500 trade for my 2017 Mitsubishi outlander GT and $8300 OTD out the door tax title and tags. Said ok I'll go elsewhere. Sales guy called several times after you know I'll see if I can get few hundred more off I said you had your chance. So I made deal over phone in Houston. Same model with better pkg $36,300 MSRP, got $18,788 for my trade in and $6100 OTD. Over $2k less for a truck worth $2k more. Also I purchased outlander in Houston for 21k used in 2017. Good deal

      about 19 days ago
    • Lmuas

      Wonder if i can get a tundra reduced by that much too

      about 19 days ago
    • Дядя Федя
      Дядя Федя

      Quick great easy advice!!

      about 24 days ago
    • lockergr

      You have an enjoyable presenting style. My question is when buying a Toyota and adding on a package, I can choose which of the items in the package I want correct? They Bunch together safety features, with the upgraded navigation and stereo, along with a moonroof, which I don't want. I've already seen the line item prices, so I'm just wondering if I'm having the vehicle built anyway, shouldn't I be able to ask them to build it just as I want it? And when calling or emailing about price, I should be listing the exact car with the exact interior and features that I want, correct? Last time I just made them offers. Most declined. One didn't. That's where I bought my car from. Basically, if you know what everything on the vehicle costs, at cost, how much should you offer above or below that at cost price? Thanks man!

      about 26 days ago
    • Hashim Siddique
      Hashim Siddique

      Nice job on negotiation!

      about 27 days ago
    • Andrei Barbarosa
      Andrei Barbarosa

      I don't know what this guy is talking about. When dealerships get desperate to sell their cars, they offer 0.9% financing and at times even 0% financing for however long. You don't need a 4% bank loan. You can find 0% financing eventually if you look hard enough.

      about 28 days ago
    • Alabama Man
      Alabama Man

      How much would you pay for a jeep if its 15,800 right now

      about 29 days ago
    • Hao Luo
      Hao Luo

      was the price you paid include tax?

      about 1 month ago
    • Fordham Donnington
      Fordham Donnington

      Couldn't you just apply for a loan at 3.99 and then pay off the 6.25 loan after the fact?

      about 1 month ago
    • Michael Huebner
      Michael Huebner

      The part about dealerships increasing the APR is 100% false.  Dealerships want to originate the loan because they receive commission from the loan lender when doing so.

      about 1 month ago
    • Robert Robert
      Robert Robert

      you paid 34k instead of 45k? you got 25% of the msrp on a new car??

      about 1 month ago
    • Ciaran Steinkamp
      Ciaran Steinkamp In reply to Robert Robert

      Robert Robert I need to know how... buying another truck 😂

      about 1 month ago
    • Michael Perez
      Michael Perez

      I got fuck over and price gouged.

      about 1 month ago