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Knucklehead
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Used Auto Pricing - No Haggle Dealership
I am considering purchasing a slightly used vehicle from a local dealership who advertises its prices on the internet as “No Haggle Prices.”

Their internet price on the car is decent.

Can I expect that they’ll move at all on the price or throw In some extras? Does that depend on the dealership?


Jimmy2shoes
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re: Used Auto Pricing - No Haggle Dealership
They usually don't move much from internet price. Easier to get extra stuff like floor mats, etc.


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castorinho
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re: Used Auto Pricing - No Haggle Dealership
There's always room, but in this tech age, those internet prices are usually very tight already...because that dictates where the customer will go. So they have those typically pretty low.

Have the kbb value, look around at similar vehicles and set your number based on that. If the price is already fair, you can haggle a for knowing that you'll fall back on that if they don't budge.


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Adam4848
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re: Used Auto Pricing - No Haggle Dealership
See this thread

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lsujro
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re: Used Auto Pricing - No Haggle Dealership
I would not expect them to move off in current market environment. I would also not expect the car you are looking at to last long


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LSUFanHouston
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re: Used Auto Pricing - No Haggle Dealership
I've seen some not move a dime.

However, we had a bit of success last year. Place advertised their no-haggle internet price. Went and look at it and drove it. I knew another dealership about 3 hours away had basically the exact same vehicle, same trim, options, etc, with 2,000 less miles for about $1,000 less (their internet price). Also knew this car was on their lot for about a month. I told the manager, look, you want to sell the car before month end (it was the 27th), I don't want to drive 3 more hours each way, let's do this. He knocked $500 off and we bought it.

It was a very fair price in my opinion.


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ellesssuuu
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re: Used Auto Pricing - No Haggle Dealership
Just bought one last weekend and came off $500 bucks. Used car inventory is extremely low right now


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JohnDoe00
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re: Used Auto Pricing - No Haggle Dealership
I went through a used No Haggle. Price was already great and they would not budge (understandable). Best I could get was $800 off for new tires and a full tank of gas.

Great deal considering the pricing on the truck
This post was edited on 7/30 at 10:42 am


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seawolf06
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re: Used Auto Pricing - No Haggle Dealership
I got $500 off a 2016 CRV in May, so it's possible.

If it's easier to get them to add accessories, check out the catalog prior to your trip and have a list ready with item numbers.
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bayou choupique
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re: Used Auto Pricing - No Haggle Dealership
i didnt get any off the asking price. But they threw in free delivery, new floor mats, and a few other things i had to go back and fourth about.


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TitleistProV1X
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re: Used Auto Pricing - No Haggle Dealership
Before you pull the trigger check out Hertz car sales to see if they have what you’re looking for. I know a guy that just got a 2020 with 10k miles for $9k less than the lowest KBB price. He was able to get them to knock off $750. They filed chapter 11 and are liquidating all of their high end cars: Yukon’s, Escalades, Expeditions etc.


ConfusedHawgInMO
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re: Used Auto Pricing - No Haggle Dealership
Most of them will still haggle a little bit. If it is already priced really good they won't move much. I've had a tiny bit of luck with a couple of them with a simple "I've got this much to spend counting sales tax. Can we do that?"

I also had one tell me right off the bat that the listed price is the last and final and no extras added in and then a week later they lower the price to what I would've paid.



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HailToTheChiz
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re: Used Auto Pricing - No Haggle Dealership
quote:

Can I expect that they’ll move at all on the price or throw In some extras?


It's no haggle


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thejudge
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re: Used Auto Pricing - No Haggle Dealership
quote:

Before you pull the trigger check out Hertz car sales to see if they have what you’re looking for. I know a guy that just got a 2020 with 10k miles for $9k less than the lowest KBB price. He was able to get them to knock off $750. They filed chapter 11 and are liquidating all of their high end cars: Yukon’s, Escalades, Expeditions etc.


Man a buddy is friends with a guy who rents trucks to construction companies here.

He got a Foreman's used f250 fwd with like 17k miles for just over 20k. It's a 2017.

Engine hours are higher with idling and it's the gas 6.2 but what a damn deal.

It wasn't the work crews. Just his riding around the job sites permitting, etc.

If you don't mind a WT package and white you can get some of them for a great damn deals.


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