If you are interested in buying cars at discount prices, one of the best things you could do is to locate a good car dealer that someone in your family or your friends have worked with before. I suggest you ask around and see who is recommended by the people closest to you before you even think about buying a car. Often times just because someone knows you or a family member they are more likely to give you a good deal.
So when you walk into a car dealership and you’re looking for a good car at a discount price, the next thing you should do is find a car that is toward the end of the year’s model. For example, buy a truck that is a 2010 model year at the and of the 2010 year sometime in October to November or December. Most car dealerships are looking to get rid of excess inventory at the end of the year and will often times give you a better deal on a vehicle close to the end of the year because they want to clear their books of any unused or unsold vehicles.
Finally, negotiate with the car dealer when you found the car that you want. They will often times tell you that they can give it a price that you are recommending but will come back to you over and over again throughout the afternoon offering you a lower and lower price each time you threaten to walk. So I would suggest to never gone to a car dealership thinking you buy a car but always be ready to walk if the deal doesn’t suit you.
If you can prove to the car dealership you have money your pocket your great deal there are always more likely to offer you the lowest price for the car because the value ready to buy. So show them that you’re ready to buy but also be willing to walk if you need to. Don’t get emotionally attached to any car or model, because those cars can be bought by yourself at more than one car dealership in town. Often times, if you go to either are larger city were smaller town you can find a better deal if you tell them that you’re willing to drive there to find out what they have to offer.