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 » Vehicles Buying & Selling

A new car is sold for approximately $16,000 more than a used car on average as of April 2015. New cars sold for an average price of $31,831 during 2014, while used cars sold for an average of $16,335. More » Vehicles Buying & Selling

When negotiating the price of a new car, make it clear to the salesperson that you know what the car is worth, have already been on a test drive. Know what accessories you are looking for. The person selling the car need... More » Vehicles Buying & Selling
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Information to have before buying a new car includes the invoice price, eligibility for rebates, dealer history and the best time to purchase the vehicle. Only looking at and test driving the car on the first visit and g... More » Vehicles Buying & Selling

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