When you head to a dealership to consider purchasing a new or used vehicle, first and foremost it is most important to make certain you are at one that is trustworthy.
Second, you should prepare questions that you feel are vital to your decision making.
Below are three examples of questions you should ask:
How many miles are on the car?
You would think on a new car that they mileage is as close to zero as possible but this is not always the case. Possibly the car went on a lot of test drives and already has 300 miles on it. In that case, you should try to negotiate a lower price.
What are the fees associated with buying the car?
Before they try and get you to sign the deal, make certain you ask about any possible other fees that may come into play with the purchase of this vehicle.
What is the warranty on the car?
Before driving off in a new vehicle, always understand what the warranty is and what is available for purchase.