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Car Pricing Sites Not Enough

Car Pricing Sites Not Enough

We’ve all seen the big car pricing sites like Edmunds, Kelley Blue Book (kbb), Cars.com and others. They’re fantastic sites, as is ProAutoBuying.com, for certain information.

Most of these sites give editor and reader reviews of cars, safety, reliability and other information that is extremely important when trying to decide what vehicle to purchase.

They also give you a fairly accurate cost breakdown of each of the current models so that you have an idea of the difference in price from car to car or model to model.

Interested in getting the “LX instead of the “EX”? These sites will let you know the difference between the two.

Thinking of buying a car with a manual transmission? They’ll also tell you the difference with a manual vs. an automatic transmission.

What they won’t do for you though, and what is most important after you’ve decided which vehicle you want is:

1. These sites won’t tell you how much the dealer really paid for the vehicle, and
2. They won’t negotiate the price for you.

Ah, the pricing. When it comes down to it, saving money on an auto purchase where the average price of a new car is more than $29,000, is extremely important.

There’s nothing better than the feeling of getting behind the wheel of a new car no matter who is driving. The intoxicating new car aroma has become a science in itself for the auto companies.

But just because the car dealer tells you you’ve gotten a great deal or your price is less than they paid for it, how do you know? Do you believe them because you can’t wait to sign the papers and drive away? Many people do.

The only way to really know you’ve gotten a great deal on the price of a new car is to use a car buying service.

Not just any car buying service, but one where a car buying expert personally negotiates the deal with multiple dealerships such as ProAutoBuying.com (the author’s company).

Most people don’t purchase a house without the services of a realtor or sales agent because they’re not experts at the real estate game.

Shouldn’t the same be true when buying a new car? Most of us our experts in some type of service. A lawyer is an expert in the law. A carpenter is an expert in building and a professional auto buying agent is an expert in car buying and leasing.

So the next time you need to buy a new car; use Edmunds, KBB, and other sites for information on choosing the right vehicle and use a car buying service to save you the most money on the purchase.
Contact us at ProAutoBuying.com and find out how to save a lot of money on your next car purchase.

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