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A Successful Strategy to Get Your Car at MSRP

Learn from someone who created a successful strategy that can help you get the car you want at MSRP.

Avoid Markups and Get it at MSRP

There’s little argument that buying a new car today is tough. Dealerships are tweaking their sales processes by playing on the pandemic, the chip shortage, the current hype that is overinflating prices; and, in some cases outright fraud to get car shoppers to fork over as much as possible for a new car.

In fact, this is why we alert readers whenever we hear timely news about new car deals that can be found below MSRP reported by Consumer Reports Analysts.

However, contrary to what we are led to believe, getting a desired car at MSRP is not impossible. And recently we learned that there are some reports that the MSRP crisis may be over for some makes like Toyota. But in any case, getting the deal you want does take some proactive work on your part to ensure that you are getting a new car at the lowest price possible.

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Recently the Your Advocate Alliance YouTube channel posted an informative video where one car shopper reveals his strategy at what it takes to get a new car at MSRP. In this car market, it sounds crazy…right? But in this case, it’s actually a crazy-like-a-fox scenario in which the car shopper takes control of the process by implementing a successful strategy to get what he wanted.

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Without further delay, here is the video in its entirety that definitely will at the very least save you money by following his strategy while car shopping even if you do not reach that holy grail of getting your car at MSRP.

How to Negotiate a Car Deal in 2022 & Get the Dealer to Discount the Price | Justin's Success Story

And finally…

For additional articles related to the new car buying process, here are two selected articles that can help you get more for your trade-in or used car sale:

Consumer Reports Shows How to Be a Winner and Not a Loser When Selling Your Used Car

Increase the Selling Price of Your Used Car with This DIY Tip

COMING UP NEXT: New Toyota Brought in Garage After Only 900 Miles! Why?

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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