Test-Drive Your Car Salesperson

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edited October 2014 in General
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What if the car salesperson that first approaches you at the dealership isn't treating you right? Are you stuck with him? Not necessarily.

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  • fmdfmd Member Posts: 1
    You should def. make sure you are comfortable with the Vehicle your purchasing. Its always easier to pay for something you want and need, not something the salesman wants to sell you. Just a reminder though, You shouldn't just go with the Best Price...cheaper cars are cheaper for a reason. My #1 Thing is service after the sale. Calling and setting appts. for services, making sure serviced vehicles get a wash and vac...small things make the difference...your about to make your 2nd largetst purchase...paying a little more to make sure you are taken care of will make it worthwhile.
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