Do you want to save thousands of dollars and hours of research buying your next new car? Car Business, Car Broker Brisbane, can help you achieve the goal of saving money and having a great experience.
Of course, you do.
Enter car brokers – professional car brokers help save you time and money by finding you the car that you want and then structuring great deals for their clients.
Best of all, the service is cheap and even free if I can’t save you any money. Other brokers charge the new car dealer directly and you can’t be sure if you’re really getting the best deal at all.
Many people, from first-time buyers to experienced owners worry that they’re getting overcharged at new car dealerships – getting ripped off. Doing hours of online investigation and then countless hours at dealerships, let alone the paperwork contributes to the headache of buying or financing a new car.
Do you feel that car dealers are out to get you at any price? I’ve had a lot of customers tell me the experience is just frustrating and nasty.
In fact, expert car brokers suggest that most Aussies are paying too much for their new cars – more often than not by thousands of dollars. It’s a fact, if you think about it that car dealers want to make as much profit from you as they can.
Car brokers like myself, help normal everyday car buyers navigate the ‘snakes on the plane’ that are new car dealerships.
I help people to save money on their new car purchase or finance purchase by knowing the market price for vehicles inside and out and having positive, long-standing relationships with the panel of new car dealers I use. I don’t shop prices between these dealers – I let them tender their best price and typically, the order is placed with the best-priced dealer.
Car brokers are also expert negotiators and already have access to special broker rates that already offer a steep discount off the retail price, even on advertised specials.
“The facts are that many Australian consumers don’t know what a new car is truly worth, and that’s where greedy car salesmen and dealerships line their pockets.”
I don’t specialize in just one line of cars – everything from Hyundai’s and Mazda’s right up to BMW’s, Audi’s and even super luxury performance cars such as Lamborghini and Ferrari. I haven’t been involved with a McLaren as yet, but it’s only a matter of time.
The car broker process is simple
- Get in touch with me and have an honest, realistic conversation about what it is that you’re looking for in your next car including your budget, any special features, and even why it is that you want a new vehicle, etc. Perhaps a late model used car or demonstrator might suffice.
- Relax and let me do the time-consuming work.
So obviously we’ll need to do a bit more work than these two steps, but almost all the time-consuming research and negotiation in the car buying process will be done by me.
Now, have a look at this picture image. This survey was done in 2016 and I’m pretty sure the information hasn’t changed too much since then. It shows that the average buyer is concerned with the following points almost equally.
- Reputation for Reliability
- Quality of Finish
- Reputation for Quality
- Enjoyable Driving Experience
Is it any wonder then that Toyota, Mazda, and Hyundai top the sales lists every year?
All this leaves you with is the best part of the car buying process – a test drive and picking it up.
After having an initial call with me, I’ll do the price and availability research with dealerships in your city looking for that best deal from dealerships I trust to do the right thing. Once I come up with the best offer, I’ll arrange a test drive if necessary or just place the order.
I’ll save you thousands of dollars from the retail price and the “you must sign today deal” that the car dealership offered to you.
Is a car broker for you?
- What type of new car are you buying?Typically, the more money you’re looking to spend on a new car, the more money I can save you. If you’re looking to buy a Hyundai i30 for example, I might be able to save you anywhere between $500 and $1000. However, if you’re looking to buy a Toyota Landcruiser, the saving will be anywhere from $5000 and upwards.
- Communication is key.Make sure you speak with me before you go shopping yourself. I’ll give you some tips and tricks to use on your local dealer. “Buying any kind of car is a huge decision for a lot of people. Getting on the same page with me as your advocate is vital for success.”
- Check your ego.A large amount of buyers, particularly men, think they know what a car is worth or how to properly negotiate. Working with me as an expert car broker can help you save thousands of dollars which makes you seem like a smart buyer and dealmaker. There is nothing worse than thinking you got a great deal on your new car only to hear your friend who worked me $5,000 on their purchase.
Working with a car broker saves you time plus money and highlights the fun parts of the car buying process.
Want to get in touch with me, Bob Aldons, the auto expert car broker from Car Business? Visit my website at www.carbusiness.com.au, call me on 0418 748 498 or email me at email@example.com
If you’re hunting around for a great price on your next new car, you should call the auto expert, Bob Aldons from Car Business. My company, a car Broker, Car Buyers Agent or Car Buyers Advocate based on the north side of Brisbane, will return your inquiry within 24 hours and make the process of buying a new car easy and stress-free. Are you tired of salesperson tricks? I protect you from the pressure exerted by car dealer’s salespeople. There isn’t any obligation – just a pretty significant saving.
You’re where? Seriously, my services are available for you in any Australian state and territory: from Darwin to Hobart, Cairns to Perth. Car Broker Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, and Darwin – I’m available when you need me to be.
Here’s an example
Matt wanted to purchase a Mazda 3 SP25 GT Manual Hatch. The retail value, drive away on that car is around $35,000. Car Business managed to purchase the same car for $28, 123.90 and with our fee Matt paid $25, 588, a saving of over $6000. And how do we know? Another customer, (looking for a new Holden HSV) just paid $35,000 for the same car – but he did it himself, without our assistance
If you’ve got a vehicle to trade, we have some clever ways to maximize the value – from used car dealers keen for your car to assist you to sell it privately. Finance and Insurance? We can handle that too, and we promise you will not be paying exorbitant dealer markups there either.
Trade In Value Example
2014 Jeep Cherokee Limited. Average dealer trade value – $16500. We achieved $22,000
2014 Volkswagen Tiguan 118TSI. Average dealer trade value – $14000. We achieved $16000
So, to get the best new car price, talk to others and then talk me. I’ve got the experience to handle the dealers and achieve the lowest new car prices. If you think you’re entitled to fleet pricing, I can often get better than that too. Whether you’re a small fleet or a large national fleet, Car Business will go to work and get that price down. Lower new car prices are my goal. So you’ll get the best prices from us rather than hoping you can help yourself.
If I can’t get you the best new car price, better than you can get yourself from a car dealer, we won’t charge you any fee. No Saving, No Fee. – that’s what you should expect from a car buying expert.
Car Business WILL save you money on your next new car purchase – guaranteed
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My reviews aren’t based on power performance or high-speed handling capacity. They’re not based on 0-100 Kim/hr of 4.0 seconds. And they’re certainly not super luxury vehicles that many other “old timers” are feted on by the likes of Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Aston Martin
Back when I started in the motor industry salespeople were schooled and skilled in a process called the road to the sale. Part of that process was a presentation of the car that the customer was ultimately considering,
The six position sell showed the features, advantages, and benefits as it related to that specific car in the eyes and thought process of that particular customer
Those days of a true car sales professional seem to have gone.
Nowadays it seems that all salespeople want to do is accept that the customer knows everything about the car they’re interested in, want to crunch the customer as quickly as possible and get onto the next sale
In my opinion, this is one of the reasons that there’s such a high turnover in salespeople in this industry of ours.
Now I think that I’m a car industry expert, not because I sell lots of cars, but, as I was taught over 40yeras ago, time sells motor cars.
The more time you spend with a customer, the more information you provide them and the more you’re there for them Even AFTER they take delivery of their new car, the more repeat and referral business you’ll get.
Typically second and subsequent sales only provide 10% of a car salespersons business. Referral business, where an existing customer refers a friend, relation or work colleague back tot eh selling salesperson as someone to trust and buy a car from is even less – probably 5%
So, if you’re a young salesperson reading this article, let me tell you that you should be getting 40-50% of your business from repeat and referral business.
And how do you get that much? Well, that’s a story for another article or an opportunity to join me in a training course.
For your interest, my motoring reviews are my opinion of the vehicle I’m testing. The manufacturer or distributor, in this case, Kia Australia, doesn’t tell me what to write or ask for a ‘nice’ review. Nor am I paid for these reviews – I simply call it as I see it.
I often wonder about the ‘truth’ that I see from other motoring journalists. And I’m particularly referring to newspapers, online forums, and magazines where the company that owns the publication receives substantial advertising support from the various manufacturers.
Do the owners or editors tell their journalists to go easy on the review? I’m not sure, never having been in that position. Would I turn to softer reviews if my company was being paid for good reviews? Not likely. My independence as a writer is not for sale. I’d rather say no than be bought.
In any case, If that ever happens, rest assured that I’ll be telling that story with interest.