Ive never had finance or a bank loan, apart from a mortgage. I wouldnt know where to start. Good old fashioned cash and a fair deal for everyone.
Me neither although I have no interest in buying a new car or something I cannot afford that will leave me in debt. Cash only.Ive never had finance or a bank loan, apart from a mortgage. I wouldnt know where to start. Good old fashioned cash and a fair deal for everyone.
All fair enough, but if you don’t buy it, someone else will. If it’s a decent car in good order, it should save you money in the long term. Life’s too short, go and buy it, get some mats or something thrown in instead.
I was told by someone in the trade to always make an offer towards the back end of the month when they’ll be more inclined to knock more off to catch a buyer as they may be under sales targets . Makes sense I guess for salesmen if you’re boss is checking your sales figures .A large, reputable forecourt dealership selling a car for £12,500.
A cash buyer with no trade in or interest in finance.
What sort of deal should you get?
Car comes fully serviced, new MOT, and delivered to door.
They’ve only offered to knock £100 off!!
Glad to see somebody else knows the value of their time Some things are worth doing, some aren’t, and some things can be done whilst resting or watching TV, so can be double bubble!Life is too short to spend 15 minutes to an hour or so out of your life to do some googling and send some emails in order to save £500-£1000+? Your life expectancy must be significantly shorter than mine as I can’t earn that in an hour so am happy to spend the time looking for the best price.
Not true, especially on new cars which is why Carwow exists.No such thing as haggling at main dealers, that went a long time ago. You are lucky to get a set of car mats there days.