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Tips for determining actual car dealer invoice prices include using looking up the car on a car value website and factoring in additional dealer fees and customer incentives. Car value websites that provide dealer invoic... More »

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A used car's wholesale price is the amount the dealership paid for the car, while its retail price is the price the dealer is asking for the car. A used car's wholesale price is similar to a new car's invoice price, and ... More »

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One way to determine the original dealer price of a car is to subtract the hold back, options, destination fee and incentives from the base invoice price of the car. Knowing dealer cost on a car helps buyers have leverag... More »

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Find the value of a car by using Kelley Blue Book (KBB), which is an official guide to car prices that is used by dealerships around the country, according to its website. KBB allows visitors to check car values or price... More »

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Tips for buying a used wheelchair van include purchasing from a reputable dealer, having the vehicle evaluated by Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists personnel, and writing a list of specific requirements b... More »

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Factors that determine new car prices include features, make, model, additional dealer mark up and dealer-installed options. The price of a new car can also vary according to the invoice price, base price, Manufacturer's... More »

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