Auto Brokers
Advertised Dealership Sales

Auto Brokers
At some point in your research, you may have seen ads for or heard about "auto brokers." These are companies or individual entrepreneurs who promise to get you the vehicle you want for a low non-negotiable price thereby saving you money and time.

In reality, what they do is go to the dealership and buy the car you want in much the same manner that you are going to buy your car later in this step. Then they tack on a few hundred dollars to the selling price for their trouble.

This can be a good service for someone who either doesn't know what they are doing when it comes to buying a car or for someone who simply doesn't want to go through the hassles of the buying process and is willing to pay someone to do it for them.

It's your call if you choose to use a broker. However, if you follow the instructions in this Car Buyer's School, you won't need one.

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Advertised Dealership Sales
Splashy newspaper, radio and TV ads that promise you unbelievable savings during dealership-sponsored clearance sales, "this weekend only" sales and so on are sometimes pure hype.

You may find that if you show up at the dealership to buy an advertised sale car, the salesman will give you the run-around. That's because he has little interest in selling any car for which his commission would be so low. So to increase the dealer's profit margin and thus his commission, he may tell you that if you buy the sale car, you must also purchase the $495 paint protection that's been applied to it. Or he may tell you that the sale car has "just been sold" and then try to switch you into a more expensive vehicle.

So save yourself time and hassles and avoid those splashy dealership clearance sales. You don't need them.

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