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Looking for some advice on how to manage the main stealer when purchasing a new(ish) car. Back story, due to potential changes to work I will taking on a heft commute. So, I went into a main stealer yesterday, did a test drive and had an initial talk about numbers.
They were very pleasant. Did a PCP and a straight forward loan numbers thing. The PCP would cost 4K in interest. They could not compute the question I posed as to why I would chose to take out an agreement that would cost me 4K when I could either do it cheaper elsewhere (bank loan) or just pay up front cash.
Anyhow, I managed to convince them it would be a cash purchase and started talking discounts. They would not play ball with me until I was prepared to 'do the deal' Yeah right, I'm going to drop that kind of money without thinking about it.
Anyhow, a quick trawl of the internet tells me I can go through a broker and get the cost down by at least 5K. that's 10 minutes work!
So, Looking for advice if I decide to change cars:
Buy new (where from stealer or broker?) Buy nearly new (how to negotiate with people who will offer disinformation as a matter of course) Give up and retire to dosbods island
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