My first car was a 2002 Chrysler Sebring and I love the way that it looked and how it drove. After 6 years of driving it I know that it is time for a change. Especially since it keeps trying to break down on me. The problem is trying to get my hands on a brand new car that fits my lifestyle and is affordable for me.
The first thing that you have to do is go up to the car lot with no intention of getting anything. At least you want the salesman to think that so they do not try to pressure you into signing anything. Look at the various cars that they have available and narrow down the ones that you never plan on getting.
If you can try to narrow down the list to at least three different cars that you would like to have. The next step is to test drive them. You need to get a feel of how each of them drives, what features they have, and how much money they are going to be able to save you each month. The issue these days is how good the gas mileage.
If you have the money than you might appreciate and afford the various features that the newer cars have. You could get the GPS system, uber stereo, and the rear view back up camera. These tack onto the price so don’t bother with them if you do not have it in the budget.
When you sit down to talk numbers do not get excited about anything. You need to stay firm to the budget that you have and do not let them put on a penny more. Also make sure not to sign anything until you are sure that the bank is going to approve the loan amount so you can get your hands on the Camaro that you love.