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Hate High-Pressure Car Salesmen? 4 Dealerships Traits to Look for When Shopping for a Family Vehicle

Shopping for a new car should be an enjoyable experience. You are looking for the vehicle that will transform your dreams in to a reality, but all of this take times. You want to browse the lots, look under the hood, and ponder which car or truck is best for you. All of this should be done at your own pace, and it should be a stress free time for you and your family. All too many car sales people ruin this experience, however, with their high pressure sales tactics. It has gotten to the point that many people dread the process all together. It does not have to be this way. Consider the following four dealership traits to look for when car shopping to help guide you.

Financing Should be Readily Available

Most people look to the bank or another financial institution to help them in purchasing a new or used vehicle. This can be a daunting and frustrating experience if options are not easily accessible to you. A good dealership to look for is one that has an in house financing department to help you with all of your purchasing needs. This will keep you from having to go back and forth between the bank and the dealership just to negotiate a deal that works for you. A dealership should also have competitive financing rates, so look for that as well.

Numerous Types of Vehicles Should be on the Lot

When you visit a car dealership, you want to be able to view a variety of vehicles in order to make an informed decision. If a lot only has a few cars or truck to choose from, you should consider moving onto another. You want to know that you have been shown a wide selection of vehicles, and that a sales person has not directed only to the one or two options that will earn them the highest commission. You should be able to spot those dealerships a mile away, so steer clear of them. Instead, opt for a St. George car dealership that is pleased to give you plenty of options, and then allow you to make your own mind up.

The Experience Should be Calm and Pressure Free

You should be left alone when you want, and you should find a sales person ready to help you when you do need assistance. That is a hassle free experience, and it is the type of excursion that you should expect when arriving at a car dealership. You should not feel that you are viewed as only a dollar sign by the sale people. You want a calm and stress free experience, so look for a dealership that gives it to you.

After Purchasing Services Should be in Plentiful Supply

You also want a car dealership that remains by your side long after the purchase has been completed. It is helpful to have someone you can trust to maintain and service the vehicle, and you will undoubtedly have a need for various services after the fact as well. Your dealership should remain in contact with you, and this should be consider as a part of the total package. Such a dealership will also work hard to earn your repeat business.

Car dealerships that have these four traits will likely earn your business. The experience will be enjoyable again, and you will be driving off in your new vehicle in no time at all. At the end of the day, you will appreciate the service you received and the extra space you were given in arriving at your decision.

Tim Esterdahl

Tim Esterdahl is the editor of IFCS blog. He is a married father of three and enjoys golf in his spare time.
Tim Esterdahl

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