Can you still haggle with car dealers?
Yes, not having to haggle for a car is a benefit, and some shoppers are willing to pay extra just so they don’t have to negotiate.
Just remember: Even no-haggle dealers will have fees and taxes, and they’ll often try to sell you dealership add-ons that you’ll usually want to avoid.
How much can you get off MSRP on a new car?
“Look at the invoice price,” says Frank, of Bayside Toyota. “We’re only making a few hundred dollars selling you this car at this price, and plus, you’re getting almost one thousand dollars off MSRP.”
Can you haggle at AutoNation?
Once at the dealership, the buyer can test-drive the car, arrange financing and trade in a used vehicle. Consumers have two days to complete the process. Otherwise, the deposit is returned and AutoNation relists the vehicle for sale. A no-haggle price isn’t necessarily the lowest price a smart consumer could negotiate.
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