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End of Model Year Car Deals [Fall 2019 Edition]

End of Model Year Car Deals

The fall season means it’s time for model end clearance deals.  In September and October many manufacturers are trying to get rid of their 2019 models to make room for 2020 cars.   And yes, car manufacturers do start selling the new models before the new year starts (so you can actually buy a 2020 car […]

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BMW European Delivery: Experience Europe in a BMW (My Analysis & Review)

BMW European Delivery

Let’s break down everything you need to know about the BMW European Delivery Experience. Starting from the ordering process, delivery, and a quick overview of the costs for a few different BMW models. Compared to other European Delivery services, BMW does not offer as much value as Volvo’s program, but BMW still provides some attractive […]

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Mercedes European Delivery: Take a Trip to Germany (My Analysis & Review)

Mercedes European Delivery

Out of the four major European manufacturers that offer a European Delivery Program, Mercedes-Benz offers the second best set of perks and savings (behind Volvo). Buyers can expect to save up to 7% off the MSRP, $200 off airfare, hotel accommodations for one night, and many other exciting features through Mercedes’ European Delivery Program. In […]

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Best Labor Day Car Deals [2019 Edition]

Fourth of July Car Deals

If you’re in the market for a new car, this Labor Day may be a good time to do it.  Car dealers are offering big cash back incentives and financing deals to get buyers on the lot.  Read on to find out why this holiday is good for car buyers and see a full list […]

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Review of TrueCar + The one thing you must do to get the best price

TrueCar review

Here is my honest review of TrueCar.  They claim to promote transparency in car buying, but are they really interested in getting you the best deal?  Well, the answer is “kinda”. From a marketing perspective, TrueCar wants to attract car buyers to their service.  To do this, they’ve put a lot of money into a […]

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Volvo Overseas Delivery: Get a Free Trip to Sweden (My analysis & review)

Volvo Overseas Delivery program

Currently, four major European manufacturers offer a European car delivery program.   Volvo stands out as the clear leader in terms of value and savings. Compared to other manufacturers like, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, or Porsche, Volvo offers the highest price discount and they are the only manufacturer to offer free airfare to their customers. Let’s break down […]

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Are European Car Delivery Programs Worth the Effort?

European Car Delivery Infographic

I’ve always been intrigued by European Car Delivery Programs. It’s a compelling offer: sign up for a vacation to Europe, get treated like a VIP, and come home with a discount on a very big souvenir, your new luxury car.

But are these programs worth it? Over the past few years, manufacturers have tightened their belts and removed many of the extra perks that used to be included. So I decided to see how European Delivery Program’s stack up against a car price you could negotiate for pick-up in the U.S.

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Fourth of July 2019 Car Deals

4th-of-july-deals

If you’re in the market for a new car, this Fourth of July might be a good time to pull the trigger.  Car dealers are offering big cash back incentives and financing deals to get buyers on the lot.  Read on to find out why this holiday is good for car buyers and see a […]

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6 Steps to Hack the Car Buying Process

Hacking the Car Buying Process

“I’m taking a blood-bath on this car!” the salesman confided in me after we closed the deal. We had agreed upon $2000 UNDER invoice. That’s invoice folks (dealer cost) and $4700 under the sticker price (MSRP). I bought a brand new 2016 model in the first week of the year. The salesman said the next day […]

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What is Dealer Holdback?

What is Dealer Holdback?

Dealer holdback is a percentage of the price of a new car, typically 2-3% of MSRP, that is returned to a dealer from the manufacturer after a car is sold. This money is typically used to help dealers pay for finance charges they have accrued while keeping unsold cars on their lot.  This is a […]

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