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10 Mistakes – Number 6. Let’s Talk about your Trade

Hi. Bob Aldons from Car Business back again, with advice on cars and everything automotive. This post covers point number 6 on the 10 Mistakes that Car Buyers Make – talking about their Trade too early. Before you take your current car in for a valuation as a trade, consider not doing that. You see there are 4 or 5 separate transactions for your new car. The new car itself is number 1, your Trade is the 2nd, aftermarket products are 3rd with finance and insurance running in 4th place. You can consider the servicing of your vehicle as the 5th.

Don't let them beat you into submission. Fight for your rightsSo my advice is to not even bring your trade into the equation until you’re absolutely sure that you’ve done the best possible deal on the new car. Make the dealer work hard on the new car and when they’ve given you the absolute best price, then talk about your trade. Not only will that knock them out of kilter, but they’ll realize that you’re smarter than they think you are.

Car Business is a multi-dimensional automotive company that aims to help you to buy your new car for a better price thn you can do on your own. Based on the Redcliffe Peninsula about 15 minutes from Brisbane Airport and 30 minutes from the Brisbane CBD, Car Business is located in an area that allows us to pick and choose from Brisbane’s finest new cars for sale. The ‘go to’ Brisbane car buying agents, Car Business, is so much better than a car broker – first and foremost, Car Business is an experienced Car Buyer’s Advocacy service. Our experienced staff will stand alongside you, and act on your behalf to help you buy your new car at a better price than you can directly through new car dealers

It’s almost always possible—with time and effort—to sell your old car privately for more than a dealer will offer as a trade. Many buyers, however, find the ease of driving their old car in and their new one away compelling. If that’s what you want to do, research the value of your existing car online at sites such as http://www.carsales.com.au/car-valuations/?csn_tn=true. You’ll need to remember that dealers will want to make a profit on the sale of your vehicle but you MUST decline offers that are too low. Typically dealers want to make around $2750 so calculate that in when you try to work out the real value of your current car. And if you struggle, don’t worry. Even experienced dealers need advice as to the value of any car.

If it turns out that you have a minus equity on your car (where the finance payout is higher than the real value) you really shouldn’t be in the dealership. You should try Your trade ends up hereto sell the car privately and achieve at least the payout value. Don’t let the dealer add your minus equity to your new car – dangerous thing to do which will cause you a lot of financial pain down the road.

Every article I write is targeted at providing as much information for car owners and prospective car buyers.

Above anything else, Car Business is a company that provides automotive advice for car owners who don’t have access to experts. Am I an expert? I’ve been in the car business for over 38 years, and while there are areas where I’ll reach out to friends and acquaintances for advice, I’ve got a pretty good grasp of most aspects of the business. I’ve been called a lot of things in my time – Car Doctor, Car Professor or The Car Guy, but whenever someone wants some sensible advice, they call me.

I don’t charge for advice, whether it’s on the phone, via email or face to face. I’m happy to provide my expertise whenever I can. So if you want to chat to The Car Guru, get in touch.

I have access to good quality cars – you can see them on Cars Guide. Just click here [Cars Guide] to view our current stock of vehicles.

Other parts of my business that you may find the need to use from time to time are:

www.genuinespares.com.au. This is an online spare parts store for Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Volkswagen and Isuzu Ute. I’ve got thousands of mechanical and panel parts plus Mopar (Jeep, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Alfa) T-Shirts, tyres, and alloy wheels as well. If you’re looking for a hard to get replacement part for any of these brands, or you just want to get a better price than retail on any car brand, let me know. And you won’t pay inflated replacement parts prices either. I’ve priced my stock at a discounted value to compete with the USA and Europe spare parts prices but with local delivery charges

We’re local agents for Williams Paint and Interior Protection as well as AutoGard and CleanGard car products and SunX window tinting. The Same story applies. This is an area that car dealers want to make an amazing amount of profit – up to 100% in some cases. Don’t get ripped off by the franchise car dealers – check us out for a local competitive price on car protection products, window tinting, and engine products.

I’m pleased to advise that in 2015 I was awarded the franchise for 1800Approved Finance. As a local finance company, we’re able to provide a better level of service than the local car dealers as well as pretty competitive rates. SO before you sign on the dotted line, let us compare rates on finance and insurance for you – no obligation. If you’re looking for finance for a new or used car, or any other worthwhile purpose, our company can assist – even if you’ve had some troubling financial issues.

BLOG – I write a new Blog for my website a couple of times a week. If you’d like to read some of the stories I’ve written just click here.

If you ever need that advice, reach out. My contact information is:

Phone:                   0418 748 498

Email:                    info@carbusiness.com.au

Visit:                      226 Anzac Avenue Kippa-Ring Queensland (by appointment only)

Mail:                      PO Box 195 Clontarf Q 4019

Web:                     www.carbusiness.com.au

Warm regards and remember to drive carefully

 

Bob Aldons

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