Thursday, October 10, 2013

Five Tips On Getting The Best Deal For A New Buick

When it is time to buy your new Buick, there are several things you can do to get a good deal. Because you can have access to several different options when buying a new car, you can have negotiation power when you visit Buick dealers in Kansas City. Following are five suggestions that can help you get a good deal on a new car:
  • Take your time.
  • Shop on the right day.
  • Know the current selling prices.
  • Take comparable quotes to the dealership.
  • Be prepared to walk away.
Take Your Time
Take your time when looking for a new car. The best deals come when you spend several days looking. Taking your time allows you to get pre-approved with a loan, learn the market place, get the best interest rates, and make sure you are really buying the car you want.

Shop the Right Day
Certain days are more profitable for buyers, and certain days are more profitable for dealers. As a rule of thumb, go shopping for a car on the days when others are more likely to stay home. For instance, go in the middle of the day in the middle of the week, shop for a car when it is raining or snowing, or go in the middle of the winter. 
Know the Current Selling Price
Just because a car sold for a certain price last month, doesn’t mean you can get the same deal this month. There are many factors that influence the price of a car, including the current economic news. Therefore, shop around at a few dealerships and online sales places to get the most recent sales prices.
Take Quotes with You
When you visit the dealership, take all the price quotes that you have received. Show them to the sales rep and see if the dealership can beat the prices.
Walk Away if Necessary
If you feel like you are at a stale mate or not getting the service you desire from the various Buick dealers in Kansas City, walk away. Walking away may be just what is needed to jump start serious negotiations. If not, there are plenty of other options.


  1. We have a Buick. I thought it wouldn't be as nice as our old Lincoln Town Car, but I LOVE it!

  2. All the advice is great for shopping for a new car. I took my time last year and ended up with a good deal on the exact car that I wanted.
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  3. My first car was a cadet blue Buick Special convertible and I loved it so much! I loved everything about it (even though it did not have a/c - or even power-steering!)

    I was heartbroken when it finally died for good. My second car was a bit of an upgrade: from Buick Special to Buick SKYLARK - the name was prettier as was just about everything else (cars had made a quantum leap in creature comforts by then.)

    Our current car - a 20 year old Volvo we bought used about eight years ago is still running remarkably well. Maintenance and repair are somewhat expensive - but it is a good, solid car and other than bi-annual tune-ups - it rarely needs any serious work or repair (knock on wood) but we always treat it with TLC - as we want to to last as long as possible.

    But when we finally do need a new car - I would seriously consider a Buick: both my Honey/Hubby and me have many happy childhood (teenage) memories of good times we had - when we both had Buicks! Thanks!

    Jesselyn A/Jesstinger