Buying a car isn’t always the fun experience that it should be, sadly. Especially if you’re buying in the states, as most report that it takes several hours, if not most of your day to drive off of the lot with your new ride, which is ridiculous. What could possibly take so long? Mostly haggling the price you’re ready to pay for, then waiting on financing associates to get the deal finalized. Then there’s dealing with all of the nonsense that comes with trying to get the best value for your trade in car, and not being bamboozled by the sales team.
Check out the 10 secrets car dealerships aren’t telling you:
We have been led to believe that reports like CarFax or AutoCheck gives us an accurate representation of the history of the vehicle we are considering purchasing. The truth is that car history reports are often generated as a way for the dealership to increase the price of a vehicle by including more details on its history. Accidents that are not reported are not made part of the vehicle report, so you could be getting a vehicle involved in an accident that the history report does not record.