Car Buying Guide for New and Used Vehicles
Hello, and welcome to the Auto Cheat Sheet. You have found the #1 free car buying guide on the Internet, actually written by a retired car dealer. The Auto Cheat Sheet has helped many readers, such as yourself, save thousands of dollars while going through the car buying process.
You think because you buy a new car every 3 years you don't need any advice? Think again.
I'd sell an average of 10-30 cars a day in my dealerships. I am a trained professional and I take my profession as serious as a surgeon does surgery, "I am very good at what I do".
I'm highly skilled in the art of sales, negotiation, and manipulation. I will talk circles around you and most every other professional car salesman out there can do the same.
Every day millions of people walk into car dealerships believing they can out-smart car dealers and their salesmen. The majority of these people end up like turtles on their back, upside down, and trying to figure out how to get out of the situation they've gotten themselves into.
A good deal is a state of mind. So, how do you really know you got a good deal on the last car you bought? Is it because your car salesman told you that you did? The Auto Cheat Sheet will show you how to make sure you receive a good deal on the next new or used car you buy.
Let's start by making sure you're looking at a car that fits your needs. Never impulse buy from just the appearance of a vehicle, looks can be deceiving!
Test Your Car Buying Knowledge
How much do you really know about how to save money when buying a new or used car? The car buying process is a long and winding road, let the Auto Cheat Sheet be your guide when you go to purchase your next new or used vehicle.
Click on the links below to get the answers to just some of the money saving tips provided within the pages of the Auto Cheat Sheet.
- Is factory invoice the dealer's true new car cost?
- How much should you offer to pay for a new car?
- Does the car you're buying have a rebate or dealer incentive?
- How do you get car dealers to compete for the lowest price?
- How much money should you put down when buying a car?
- When is the best time to buy a new or used car?
- What are the biggest mistakes when financing a car?
- How do you get the most money for your trade-in?
The Auto Cheat Sheet is everything you ever wanted to know about the new and used car buying process, but didn't know who to ask.
How Much Money Can You Save?
A car dealer I worked for once made over $24,000 profit on ONE car deal. Think the customer was angry? Not at all, the customer actually shook the new car manager's hand after buying the car and referred their sister to the dealership too. The sister bought a car also.
The car dealer above has sold the exact same car for as much as $1,000 or more under cost also. Each car sale is the same, only thing that changes is the knowledge of the customer.
Selling high and selling low to customers is an everyday occurrence. My question to you is, "Which customer do you want to be?" Car dealer's and their sales people believe, "A good deal is a state of mind."
For most people, buying a car is the second most expensive item they will buy in their lifetime. Ensure you get the Lowest New Car Price on your next new car purchase. It should be fun and exciting, not frightening and scary.
Within the pages of the Auto Cheat Sheet I will teach you everything you need to know so you can buy a new or used car with confidence, and not have to worry about getting "ripped-off."