Step #3: Pricing
We all know money doesn’t come easy, especially in these economic times. It’s more important now than ever to stretch every last penny. So remember, while prices may-not be negotiable at your local supermarket, they certainly are at a car dealership. Remember, car sticker prices may say one number but there may be room for leeway. However, in case the price is non-negotiable, there is always financing, leasing, and incentives available.
Step #4: Car you want to buy
Although balancing your budget may prove to be difficult, narrowing down which car you’d like to buy is perhaps the hardest thing to do. There is a good chance you’d want all of them. And, who could blame you? That being the case, it is important to access your needs before you visit/call a dealership. For instance, if you’re a parent, chances are you’ll be looking for a Minivan. Or, perhaps you’re a frequent traveler, so a more fuel efficient car would be the best bet. This is perhaps the most important step because nobody wants to get stuck with a car they don’t really like.