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Yonny



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PostPosted: Thu Jul 17, 2014 2:11 pm    Post subject: Bargaining Tips when buying a car? Reply with quote

Everyone wants to get a good deal when buying a car. For me, a good deal along with a good reputation goes a long way. My family has had a long history of buying cars from Berwick Nissan, starting from our Nissan Pulsar to the Nissan Patrol and finally to the Nissan Pathfinder. Weíve maintained our commitment purely out of having great experience, service and love for how reliable Berwick Nissan has been. As a result of our longstanding commitment there has left some room for leverage when buying a new car. Noted, itís always important to take into consideration the timing of the year as there generally seems to be special deals and offers that coincide around EOFY and End of year. As a car buyer, you will find that carmakers and car dealers aim to clear their outdated stock as most people will tend to opt for the newest model despite having only subtle differences in feature. Itís kind of like choosing a bottle of milk at the grocery store. You will often find that people will tend to go for the newest bottle, although there is no significant or comparative difference other than the date. This is what I have found in my experience as so buying a new car. Itís probably a little different for used car however.
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Jasmine



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PostPosted: Fri Aug 08, 2014 8:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Car buying is a pressure-packed activity, especially if you are in a position where, for whatever reason, you need a car in your life as soon as humanly possible. intimidating purchase, especially if you're buying for the first time, but this little bit of homework will make it much easier to handle. You must check the roadworthy certificate or you can visit to know more about this http://asfrizzo.com.au/car-service/
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Sam



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PostPosted: Tue Aug 12, 2014 8:26 pm    Post subject: Car buying tips Reply with quote

You have carefully researched the vehicle you want and have already taken a test drive.
You know exactly which trim level and options you want, have researched the price for that configuration, and
know what the dealership paid for it.
You have already calculated what you are prepared to pay. Reassure him or her that your offer will include a fair profit.
If he or she can meet your target price youíll be ready to buy immediately; if not, you intend to visit other dealerships.
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Napier Leo



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PostPosted: Sun Dec 28, 2014 7:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I would typically begin by calling round and identifying with deals some will just say 'no we cant do that', some will say 'come in, lets talk'.
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