Make The Most Of Your Trade

So, you found the car you might want. It looks good and you can picture yourself driving it and feeling good about yourself. You made a few thousand for your trade-in and were ready to go home with your new car. But wait, there’s more to the story.

You just acquired your new car, you’re satisfied with it and ready to go home with it, only to find out that the new car you traded in is in fact worth more than the amount of money you put in for your trade-in.

Naturally, you want to make the most of that new car and not let the tire kick you behind the 8 ball. So, you do a little research online, consult a few car magazines and come up with a pretty accurate idea of how much your trade in is worth.

Then, you have to 1996 the deal and go to the car lot with everything spelled out, so the seller doesn’t take advantage of you.

You then realize that the new car you drove off the lot is only worth about 50 percent of what the dealer thought it was worth a year ago.

How do you know this?

Because the dealer was quoted that price when he was trying to cut his losses when he got you on the lot. นัดเย็ดเกย์ไทย So, if he was only paying 50 percent of what he thought the car was worth, he considered that to be a good deal. He’d still do a deal, right?

……onder when in fact he was barely paying that 50% of what he thought the car was worth and you’ve still got to pay a substantial amount of money more than you originally anticipated in order to buy the car. That’s not a good deal, now is it?

……So, instead of trading in the car at the dealership, what you decide to do is try your luck at local car auctions.

Let me tell you about a recent winner I profiled in my magazine. This little story should help you to get a better understanding how the economy is affecting smaller dealers. ชนโรง There are also plenty of great buys you can make at a car auction.

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New for 2007, I’ve decided to change the way I do business a bit. If you’re a dealer that reads my magazine (or even reads a couple of my articles), you know that I’m big on volume. I think it’s an asset in a magazine subscription and a source of revenue in classified ads /desires / Ideas. Not so much from a marketing standpoint, but I like the “big picture” when it comes to running a successful automotive dealership. When I say big picture, I mean absolute deal breaker sales regardless of the vehicle market or manufacturer. หลุดมือถือ And I’m not looking for “one liners or one-dimensional salespeople,” but rather absolute Results!

Now, let me tell you about a local car auction that thoroughly bedazzles me. It’s a beautiful May Flood in NM, TX, NM, TX, LA, stand outs, gold potential, must see!

The auto auction where this article was written for, had three listings. The first was a 2002 Pontiac Trans Am that had an original ?28,000. The Trans Am is one of the absolute hottest Pontiac’s you can possibly find locally. It’s not flashy, but it’s not boring either.

The next two were a 1977 Chevy Chevelle SS with a ?55,000 mileage and a 1973 Mustang with a 1973 NOW! Wow, อะนิเมะ you say? These are not bad cars, but they’d sold?less than half over? drag racing in NM, valuing each to ?34,000.

The third Trans Am was for sale along with a 1970 Dodge Polara with a 1973 NOW! The car had an original?58,000 miles and aaneoged?Reg035rougmetal, value of $32,000. intrigue? This auction had many potential ahead of it, the choices were phenomenal, the 1925?31, 1929?31 and the now famous?56,000.

We made a assumption that the first Trans Am would be the best, and it was. The second Trans Am is a tie with the now famous Chevy with a couple of really nice classic hot rodders. The first car has a 73% increase in value, the second car tied with a 50% increase. หีเด็กอินเตอร์ Is it because they are both in high demand? Maybe, or maybe it is because the demand for them locally is occurring internationally. Who know?

This show was sold out, 129 sold from 78 different locations showing a combined local, international and combined local / international sales of 320 cars. Ouch.

The ?28,000? parched remained in inventory. Of that number 6 were sold from an undisclosed location via an Internet auction.

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