Get Your New Car Delivered to Your Home

Get Your New Car Delivered to Your Home
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One of the worst parts of shopping for a new car is sitting at the dealership for hours on end, dealing with car sales people and finance managers. What few people know is that you can actually have your new car delivered to your home, expediting the process and making it convenient to you. Continue Reading...

Study: Customer Treatment Trumps Price When Buying a Car

Study: Customer Treatment Trumps Price When Buying a Car
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This might be an obvious piece of information, but it’s always nice to have proof – a recent study shows that when buying a new vehicle, dealer treatment is a major reason why consumers choose to buy from a specific dealer over another. The J.D. Power and Associates 2010 U.S. Sales Satisfaction Index (SSI) Study… Continue Reading...

Leftovers Vs. New Models: What’s the Best Deal for New-Car Buyers?

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Leftovers Vs. New Models: What’s the Best Deal for New-Car Buyers?
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Fall is in the air. Besides looking to the calendar, you can always tell that autumn is just around the corner because the new cars for 2011 are making an appearance in a big way (manufacturers introduce new models throughout the year, but autumn remains the official start of the new automotive year). So with… Continue Reading...

Can the Average American Family Afford to Buy a Car?

Can the Average American Family Afford to Buy a Car?
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What can you afford these days? It’s not a set of wheels, because numbers released recently show that the average American family can’t afford a car. New car prices have slowly begun to creep back up, and thus, are out of reach for some Americans. During the recession, the average family could have paid off… Continue Reading...

Quality and Fuel Economy Influences Most Car Buyers

Quality and Fuel Economy Influences Most Car Buyers
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Car buyers are pretty loyal – they tend to stick with the same brand when it comes time to buying a new car. But if they were to switch sides, a new Consumer Reports survey says that higher quality, better fuel economy, and a lower price are the big three factors influencing their decision. This… Continue Reading...