6 Car Buying Questions You Must Ask Yourself

Cars 16/6/2009 1 Comment

For years I worked at car dealerships in both sales and finance where You Don’t Ask, You Don’t Get applied to our agency as much as it did our customers. Before you buy your next car, ask yourself these six questions:

  • Have you done your homework?
  • Do you know why your vehicle choice is right for you?
  • Do you have lingering questions or doubts about your deal?
  • Do you understand all the numbers?
  • Have you driven the exact vehicle you intend to buy?
  • Are all your verbal agreements in writing?

Before you hit the lot, research vehicles of interest as well as your trade-in. Find out which vehicles will meet your needs. Insist on concrete answers to your questions. Be sure the numbers add up correctly and that they fit your budget. Drive the intended vehicle before you sign papers. Do not rely on verbal agreements or current policy. Salespeople come and go and policies change. Once you buy a car, it’s yours!

Author/speaker Janet F. Williams is a high-end sales professional, sales trainer and coach for personal and professional development. She speaks on topics contained in her award-winning book “You Don’t Ask, You Don’t Get” to businesses, networking groups, non-profits, book clubs and more. For more information or to buy the book, please visit: www.JanetFWilliams.com and www.GoodDayMedia.com.

One Response to “6 Car Buying Questions You Must Ask Yourself”

  1. July 6th, 2009 at 6:36 pm

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