Stop Haggling To Buy a New Car

There’s nothing worse that preparing to head to a car dealership to buy a new car. Your mind imagines all the different “haggling” scenarios you might go through, and it’s intimidating. It might surprise you to learn that you’re wasting your time haggling. That’s because there’s very little profit in new car sales. Dealership sales departments make most of their profit from used cars, add-on products like alarm systems, extended warranties, GAP insurance, etc., and manufacturers' bonuses for hitting sales targets. That’s why they concentrate on volume, not profits. The more new cars they sell and the faster they sell them, the more it helps their business. To get a good deal on a new car, you don’t need to spend hours haggling. You just need to be honest about what you want to accomplish and get straight to the point so the dealership can sell you a car quickly. Once you figure out the kind of car you want, just go online, do your research, and set a budget. If nobody agrees to your terms, considering going out farther to another dealership or increasing your budget. It doesn’t have to be a major ordeal.