The Truth Behind Car-Buying Myths

 
During our many years as one of the top-rated Toyota dealers, we’ve encountered our share of car-buying myths. And while things have changed considerably since “the old days”, here are some myths that still persist.


Myth: It’s better to bring your own financing

Fact: Unless you’re one of the one percent who can afford to pay cash for a car, you’ll need financing. But pursuing vehicle financing through a bank or credit union is rarely as advantageous as opting to finance a new Toyota Sienna or Toyota Camry through our local Toyota dealership. The reason for this is simple: outside entities find it very difficult to match our big specials and reduced interest rates.

Myth: “If you don’t buy today, the deal goes away”

Fact: We encourage our customers to go through their due diligence associated with buying a car. This means researching not just the vehicle you want, but also the deals associated with the vehicle. If you see a great deal but it expires the very next day, don’t make a hair-trigger decision you might regret. Instead, do the research, work out your budget, and rest assured that another good deal is just around the corner.

Myth: It’s possible to out-negotiate our local Toyota dealer

Fact: This one’s a simple matter of experience. We’re around the Toyota model family every day, and these cars are our livelihood. The average car buyer purchases a new automobile once every few years. There’s no way a car buyer knows more about Toyota vehicles and pricing then we do. And lest you think we’re bragging, we admit this cuts both ways. You’ll never find us designing a home or fixing a motherboard.

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