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Learning from Mistakes: Buying a new Car


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Anyone who has bought a new car is familiar with the hassles of going to the dealer, finding the right car with the right options, negotiating the deal, and pushing back on all the extras the dealer tries to sell. The last thing you would expect to find out, months after you bought the new car, is that the new car you bought was really a used car.

A family member told me a tale of woe that can serve as a warning for others buying a new car from a dealer. This story began when he stopped at a local Cadillac dealer with a specific request for a 2009 Cadillac CTS with certain options. Though the dealer did not have the car he wanted on-site, they told him that they had located one at a dealer in a neighboring state. While negotiating the deal, he told the salesman that he is a savvy buyer and would not pay the dealer's document preparation charges or marketing surcharge, which were customary for this dealer to charge. The dealer agreed and the deal was signed. The car would be at the dealer's lot in a day or two.

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Bruce

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