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Since early March, business for most of the new car dealers in Australia has virtually stopped. April Year on Year figures have the industry down over 48% and that hurts.

Prospective new car buyers have decided that it’s not the time to be going to car dealers to buy.

In any market there are two types of buyers. Those who want to buy a car and those who need to.

2020 Honda Civic RS Auto Hatch

So, I’m being asked on the way to get the best car deals and truck deals in the current market.

The ‘need’ buyers (car has been stolen, taken off the road, cars written off by insurance companies, and cars that have come to the end of their life) are shopping around online for the best car deal.

The ‘want’ buyers, those with sufficient disposable money in the bank, are always on the lookout for the opportunity to buy well. Just in the last couple of weeks, I’ve purchased a new Audi A4, a Mercedes-Benz C300, a Toyota Landcruiser GXL 200 Wagon, a Subaru Outback Premium Wagon, an Audi Q3 and I’m currently looking at opportunities on a BMW X2, Toyota C-HR Koba Hybrid and a Kia Stinger GT Sedan.

And great deals could speed the path to purchase, as car buyers see extremely competitive financing (3% for example) and cash discounts as the strongest influencers of expediting their vehicle purchase.

Here are some comments from Google

“Auto shoppers ranked the following activities by preference as good alternatives to a dealer visit:

  1. At-home test drive
  2. Review videos
  3. Digital showroom
  4. Online configurator
  5. VR test drive
  6. Videoconference

While dealers before COVID-19 have been able to offer vehicle delivery, only a very small number have the online capabilities to execute a full vehicle sale online. Additionally, while the purchase journey itself is happening online, the purchase still happens offline. At-home test drives and vehicle delivery were tied as the number 1 alternative to visiting a car dealership for auto shoppers

Additionally, while the purchase journey itself is happening online, the purchase still happens offline. At-home test drives and vehicle delivery were tied as the number 1 alternative to visiting a car dealership for auto shoppers”. (Source – Google)

So I’m pleased to say that at Car Business, I’m helping customer buy their new car cheaper than they can at a new car dealer.

All you as the prospective purchaser needs to do is give me the specification of the car you’d like to purchase, the colout and any accessories required.

I go to work for you – sending tender requests to dealers (between 6 and 10). The dealers know that they’ll only get one chance to give me their best price – no second chances here – and I’ll submit the prices to you for consideration.

Here’s a quick example on a 2020 Honda Civic RS Auto Hatch

Honda Price Online                     $37,016

And here are the prices I was able to achieve for him.

Offer 1                                             $34,560

Offer 2                                              $34,145

Offer 3                                              $34,830

Offer 4                                              $34,080       

Offer 5                                              $34,320

Offer 6                                              $34,474

This customer went to a dealer and was offered $36,000 as the best price. My process saved him $1,920.

Now that’s enough to buy over 1600 litres of fuel and when you equate that, it’s a HUGE saving.  

Is there a better way to buy a new car? if you know one then better let me know, but I don’t think so.

So whether you’re a Need buyer or just Want to, contact me at Car Business and let’s see how to buy Any New Car Cheaper

Toyota’s C-HR Koba Hybrid is proving very popular and hard to get

#cheapnewcars #bettercardeals

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Buying a new car? Call me on 0418 748 498

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