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The Biggest Lie Dealerships Use on Their Customers

Are ALL car dealerships dishonest and will say anything to sell you a car? In short, No. However, one automotive expert says that MOST dealerships do resort to unfair practices to con customers and as a result distrust of car dealerships has never been higher. Here’s a recent assessment by a car dealer on why so many dealerships use this one common lie that shows what is so wrong with the industry today.

Dealers are Forced into Stupid Practices

According to a recent reveal from an experienced car dealer about how most car dealerships operate, it’s not always so much that car dealers are inherently shifty salesmen but the fact that the nature of doing business with online car advertiser/dealership services such as AutoTrader, CarGurus and Cars.Com are forcing storefront dealers into adopting stupid practices that are good for immediate business, but not so good for customers and how they view car dealerships today.

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According to the Lucky Lopez YouTube channel, car dealers---such as himself---should be focused on honesty as the best policy as he discusses the problems he sees, the complaints car buyers have, and why he is successful without having to lie to customers in order to sell a car.

That said, here is an inside look at the industry and why dealers lie so much about advertised car prices…which is illegal by the way.

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Why Dealerships Lie About Car Prices

And finally…

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Timothy Boyer is a Torque News automotive reporter based in Cincinnati. Experienced with early car restorations, he regularly restores older vehicles with engine modifications for improved performance. Follow Tim on Twitter at @TimBoyerWrites for daily new and used vehicle news.

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