You don’t need this service if you can walk into a dealership and name your price knowing:
1. What the M.S.R.P. is (Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price)
2. All the incentives available for that month
3. What “Holdback” is and what “Volume Programs” exist
4. What fees are “Real” and what fees are made up for added profit
5. You don’t get intimidated when they tell you a price can’t be done and you know it can
If you have the ability to calculate and understand all these factors, then you definitely don’t need the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Dealer Report®. Most people can find approximately 60% of this information online, but it would be very difficult if you were not knowledgeable about the industry. My ongoing research keeps me up to date on incentives, programs and new tactics dealers use to work over customers.
In the interest of transparency, one of my repeat customers used my Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Dealer Report® to beat my number! He ordered the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Dealer ReportTM on an Audi S4, and found a better price at a dealership 50 miles away. I was concerned that the deal wasn’t real, but they honored it when he went to pick up the car. I refunded his money for the DIY Report, because I knew that he had gone the distance to find a great deal and I was just happy I could help.
My client said, “I used to like the process of buying a car, but it’s gotten so out of hand. There is no way to understand what goes into the deal. A friend referred me to Inside Car Buying, and using the DIY Report gave me the confidence to know I was getting a good deal. I am going to order another DIY Report soon, when I buy my mother a car. “
For $97, it pays to give you confidence and someone “on the inside” to talk it over with!