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How to get the best deal when buying a new Acura?

Old 04-12-2010, 08:19 PM
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Default How to get the best deal when buying a new Acura?

Tired of getting screwed over by the new car dealers? If you are looking to get the best deal on your new Acura, then you are going to need to educate yourself on the buying process. I went to this site that taught me how to become an excellent negotiator in very little time. It attacked question like: How to buy a new Acura at invoice price? What is dealer holdback and how can this save me money? This is a very comprehensive email that breaks down the whole buying process from the second you first contact the Acura dealer until you sign the final papers. They will send you a “Dealer Negotiation Secrets and Tricks Guide” which will give you all of the information you need in order to make the best possible decision on your new Acura. I just printed out the email and gave it to my Acura sales guy and was able to purchase my new car below invoice. Acura dealers negotiate every day with the customers, but now it is your chance to have the upper hand. This is a must read if you are in the market for a new car, check out the site below:
Old 04-16-2010, 07:20 PM
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I took one, a 2010 TL with Tech pkg in pearl white with 28 miles on it for a test drive today and loved it. The salesman was hmming and hawwing around when I asked if that was the best he can do. He said that is the best he can do. I threw a rough invoice price and hold back at him and he looked suprised, but wouldn't budge. When my wife came home, she asked me how things went, and I told her that the saleslady she normally deals with was not in today, so my wife called her and left a message. 30 minutes later, the saleslady that my wife always dealt with (bought 4 cars off of her before we got married) calls back and said she had been there all day and no one offered to page her. Anyway, I tell her the price I was quoted, and I told her (which was $1800 off the price of the car). She asks where I want to be at, and I told her I want an additional $3000 off (keep in mind, I had a trade also, which the trade value they offered was pretty much right where I researched it to be). Anyway, she calls me back in 10 minutes and tells me she has no problem getting me the additional $3000 off, so we reworked the figures and with $4800 was right where I wanted to be. I told her to gas it up, clean it up and I will be in tomorrow to pick it up. That's the way it should be hassle. The car listed for 39600.00, so with the 4800.00 off, the bottom line was 34800.00 minus my trade. I did some research and found that the average people are paying in my area is around $36000.00 (keep in mind adding in tax and tags, which was only an additional $1200.00 roughly.
Old 04-28-2010, 02:03 AM
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Default Great savings

Yeah that sounds like an amazing deal. Most of the dealers are pretty sneaky when it comes down to it. Just need to talk to the right people and they will budge. When I read that Dealer Secrets eBook above, it opened my eyes to what I needed to do to get the best price. I think that shopping around is most important. Glad to hear that you were able to save so much, hope that everyone gets the deal you got!!
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