Free Kindle to July 16. Having a good car within your budget changes your life.
How to get a car you love yet not sacrifice the entertainment budget. Stress-free car buying from the dealership. Here’s their game, with exactly how to sidestep the dealership’s best moves. The skinny on leasing, lowering insurance costs, the safest cars on the road, mileage, and more. Why bringing a wrench with you to sign the final papers can cut an hour off the session and save you hundreds.
Targeted Age Group:: 16-40
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Many competing books were written by car salesmen themselves, who try to scare readers, leaving them less trusting of their own powers and more likely to make mistakes.
Other books were woefully out-of-date, not even mentioning the apps and searches you can do on your phone–which is the whole ballgame this year!
For instance, did you know that the point where you're most vulnerable to thousands of dollars tacked onto your negotiated price is at the signing? Which is why you must come back a day or two later, NEVER do that paperwork after the adrenaline rush of an hour or two in the dealership.
Leasing is an option. It permits a person to drive a better car this year for lower monthly payments. Leasing should be considered only once in a lifetime, to get past some financial hump when decent reliable wheels are needed. It may be cheaper this month or this year, but increases your lifetime car outlay tremendously.
Dealerships will lease any car on the lot. Lease a used car.
They have software programs to calculate the lease cost for any model and age. Leasing a used car is a far, far better deal than leasing new. That’s why they don’t advertise it!
You must research the vehicle’s features, safety and reliability to the same depth whether leasing or buying. When leasing it’s even more important that you are happy with the vehicle in every way because you are stuck with it for the term of the lease.
The only good way out of a lease is to lease another car from the same dealership. Other ways are over-the-top expensive.
When leasing, the buyer is paying for just the depreciation during the lease duration. When the car is turned back to the dealer at the end of the lease, it is now worth a several grand less than two or three years ago, and that is what your payments covered. This means, oddly, that high-end cars with small depreciation over the term may have a lease payment almost identical to a low-end car with high depreciation.
The best bang for your buck comes with vehicles having high resale value, not a low sticker price. Doing an on-line search for ‘leasing a car’ will lead you to good information on the terminology and details.
Most lease agreements require a hefty fee up front, often around $2000. After the lease is up you are offered an option to buy that is nearly always more than the same age car could be purchased for under other circumstances.
Never lease if you will drive more than 200 miles per week because the fines for excess mileage are ridiculous.
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