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  • Buying a New Car From a Dealer

    Car buying is very complicated, and for many people it's unpleasant, and for good reason. New cars are pure purchase and assured depreciation, except in the rarest of circumstances. On top of it, car loans are weighted so you pay mostly interest initially, so you don't have much equity in the vehicle — whatever it's worth — for a long time. So of course it's intimidating, but you can do it with our help. The secret is understanding where the dealer's profit comes from — and knowing when it's time to forget about all that and shop as you would for a good deal on any product.

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  • Questions to Ask the Seller

    Another way to describe this process would be "test-driving the seller." By that we mean two things:

    • Finding out as much as possible about an advertised vehicle before you go to see it.
    • Getting an early read on the seller, whether it's an individual or a dealership, to try and reduce your chances of buying someone else's problems.

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  • Buying a New Car From a Dealer

    Car buying is very complicated, and for many people it's unpleasant, and for good reason. New cars are pure purchase and assured depreciation, except in the rarest of circumstances. On top of it, car loans are weighted so you pay mostly interest initially, so you don't have much equity in the vehicle — whatever it's worth — for a long time. So of course it's intimidating, but you can do it with our help. The secret is understanding where the dealer's profit comes from — and knowing when it's time to forget about all that and shop as you would for a good deal on any product.

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