10 Tips For Buying The Right Car In 2014

In addition, many automakers also offer discounts based on the person that is buying the car as well, such as students, members of the military and even members of certain credit unions. These discounts can be combined with each other as well as with the cash-back rebates on the model. In addition, manufacturers sometimes offer dealers $1,000 or more as an incentive to sell cars that make up an unusually larger inventory. Use a vehicle information source like Kelley Blue Book or Edmunds.com to see what incentives are being offered to dealers on the models that you are considering and then ask the dealer to share that cash incentive with you by further discounting the price. Be a savvy negotiator. To read the original post including any images and/or video, click http://abcnews.go.com/Business/top-10-things-buying-car-2014/story?id=21382011





Should GM Buy Tesla? What Would Be The Pros And Cons?





Best time to sell? From its owners' point of view, that might be the ideal time to sell. Would GM sweep in this year with a pre-emptive offer, which as of today's stock price would cost them at least $18 billion plus a hefty purchase premium? We'd bet against it. We suspect that GM is watching and studying Tesla closely, but that the electric-car maker still isn't quite ready to be bought. To read the original post including any images and/or video, click http://autos.yahoo.com/news/gm-buy-tesla-pros-cons-153118911.html





Women buying pricier cars





Here are the reasons I'm not buying a new car anytime soon. 1. Lower Car Insurance It's no secret that car insurance is expensive for new cars today. To read the original post including any images and/or video, click http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-a-dedman/why-im-not-buying-a-new-car_b_4549862.html





Why I'm Not Buying a New Car Anytime Soon





in this 2010 file photo. (Photo: Mark Humphrey AP) Women are spending more on new cars They aren't necessarily buying more cars, just nicer ones It reflects an economy in which men have higher unemployment rates SHARE 66 CONNECT 33 TWEET 14 COMMENTEMAILMORE When it comes to car shopping, women are returning to the driver's seat. Women were responsible for more than 39% of all money spent on new cars in December,, says CNW Market Research. That's down from 45.5% in 2006, but it's above the 36% spent by women during the worst of the recession. To read the original post including any images and/or video, click http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/cars/2013/12/31/women-car-buying/4258807/





6 tips to buying a car at auction





Youve won the auction but what happens now? If you win the auction, you must pay a deposit immediately. Then you go to the cashiers office and make sure you have the money to pay by debit or credit card, cheque, bankers draft or cash. You will also have to pay a buyers premium, which is charged by the auction company to cover their costs. The auction firm will amend the cars V5C registration document to tell the DVLA it has been sold and that you are the new keeper. To read the original post including any images and/or video, click http://home.bt.com/lifestyle/motoring/motoringfeatures/6-tips-to-buying-a-car-at-auction-11363864694597