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Venn Diagram - ReadWriteThink

Venn Diagram - ReadWriteThink | Car buying tips.  How to buy a car, things you should know. | Scoop.it
The Venn Diagram app allows users to compare and contrast information in a visually appealing way.

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Excerpt — ‘How to Win Friends and Influence People in the Digital Age’ — By Dale Carnegie and Associates, with Brent Cole

Excerpt — ‘How to Win Friends and Influence People in the Digital Age’ — By Dale Carnegie and Associates, with Brent Cole | Car buying tips.  How to buy a car, things you should know. | Scoop.it
“In 1936, Dale Carnegie made a compelling statement to his readers: ‘Dealing with people is probably the biggest problem you face.’”
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The Dealership Group I work for is moving in this direction.  Forget the old days of feature benifet price justification. Lets move on to the relationship.

 

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In the future, Dogs will work car deals. - DealerELITE.net

In the future, Dogs will work car deals. - DealerELITE.net | Car buying tips.  How to buy a car, things you should know. | Scoop.it
For years, the dog has been man’s best friend. He’s got a lot of things going for him; one of the best things is his dog nose. The dog’s nose is some 50,000 ti…
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There is no such thing as a $200.00/month payment.

What kind of monthly payment do you have in mind?

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Back when I started in the car business in 1979, I remember all kinds of people coming into the dealership and looking at $15-20 thousand cars.  There were many of them then. In 1979, the desired payment I heard most often was $200./month.

 

I remember when we heard this we'd look at each other and wonder what this otherwise solid looking citizen with good credit had been smoking. Back then, just as now, $200. per month finances around 9-10 thousand dollars for 60 months.

 

So we would wonder...Without a chunk of money down, or a nice paid for trade, how could these buyers think they could have a $200./month payment?

 

Whats really funny is that this is still happening today, as the price of a new car on average has risen up to more like $25,000.00 or much more. Something to think about anyway.  The next time you are shopping for a car, and the salesperson asks where you want to be payment wise, do yourself a favor...Don't say $200.

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