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The Secret to Buying a Car from a Dealership in 2023

Discover right now the best practices you can use toward buying a new car from a dealership in 2023 without having to pay thousands more than you should.

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Car Shopping Reality at the Dealership

Paying well above MSRP has been a tough reality for many new car shoppers this past year and we can expect this trend to continue well into 2023. While we have learned in earlier posts---often on a monthly basis---the best and worst deals on new cars, it’s just not enough.

Especially in light of dealer markups, excessive charges, inflated pricing and some dealership chicanery that has turned what used to be an exciting event for the family into more of a worrisome issue trying to manage your budget and ensure that you are getting the most for your money.

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However, there’s more to buying a new car today than waiting for the best deal to roll around with a willingness toward making compromises.

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According to a recent car buying expert, there are steps and measures you should take for 2023 when buying a new car that can actually save you thousands of dollars by taking the correct car buying approach.

Car Shopping Help

Here’s the latest from a from a car expert who explains how to factory order a new car in 2023 and negotiate the best price at the car dealership courtesy of the Car Help Corner YouTube channel where the host shares “…everything you should know about buying a vehicle including the negotiation process, avoiding dealer fees and markups, getting the best price for your trade in car, car insurance, and more.”

In the video you will learn:

• How to get a deal that you will feel good about
• Why it’s smarter to order a car rather than buy one on a lot
• How to shop “Dealer Quotes”
• How to avoid markups and additional fees
• How to choose the best interest rates
• The better loan period to choose and avoid equity loss
• Why you need to factor in your car insurance
• Why it’s important to balance your car choice with its reliability rating and resale value

Related article: Consumer Reports Recommends This Important Negotiation Point to Focus on When Buying a New Car

This Is How to Save Thousands When Buying a Car from A Dealer

And finally…

For additional need-to-know info on buying a new car, here are a few related articles for your consideration:

The Biggest Car Buying Mistakes You Can Make with a Dealership

Toyota Dealership Insiders Reveal Tips, Tricks and Red Flags When Buying a New or Used Car

Beat Dealerships at Their Own Game with This Car Contract Loophole

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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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