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How To Get An Extra $1500 For Your Trade In

If your're trading in a car to a dealer follow thesesteps and get an extra $500 to $1500 for it!

Get the wholesale price for the car your're trading in.This allows you to have a starting figure and knowwhat the dealer thinks your vehicle is worth.

Now you'll know what you can expect to get from yourcar, but the dealer won?t make it easy.

Remember, they're trying to make a profit, and givingyou as little as possible for your trade-in is anotherway they can make money.

They'll try to bargain down the price they'll give youfor your car by saying:

There are huge rebates on the new ones which affectsthe secondary market.

"That's a nice car, but we have 6 just like it alreadyon the lot.?

Oh, that's an old body style, they're impossible tosell anymore.

Wow, this one's been through the wringer there sureare a lot of dings and scratches."

Hmmm...it has a lot of miles on it, well have to takeit to the auction.

Of course, some of these statements might be true, butthe dealer is also likely to exaggerate so they canunder-value your car.

How can you fight back? Here are a few tips:

Have your vehicle professionally detailed.

Bring all your service records to show the car wasproperly maintained.

Make sure everything works: air, radio, etc.

Put a few new car brochures (from other manufacturers)are in your car, plainly visible, so the salespersonknows your're shopping.

If you you follow these simple steps you willguarantee to get more for your trade-in!

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Submitted by:

Gus Skarlis

Gus Skarlis is a former car dealer and founder ofBefore You Buy A Car. His Book "10 Things You Must DoBefore You Even Think About Buying A Vehicle" hashelped thousands of consumers save money and time whenpurchasing a vehicle. This FREE resource takes youstep by step through the car buying process. The siteis located at: http://www.BeforeYouBuyACar.com



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