Deal Or No Deal? Automall Network Offers Free Price Check To New Car Buyers
Auto Buying Service To Advise Shoppers If There Is Still Money Left On The Table
Published on Yahoo Finance, Sep 28, 2016
New car buyers and their pocketbooks can rejoice with the launch of a new free service from Automall Network that will tell them whether they have negotiated a good deal or not.
"Buying a new car is one of those love/hate tasks - fun to test drive but not so much to negotiate the deal," says Viraf Baliwalla, President of Automall Network. "There is a lot of pressure, choices can be complicated and trust is a big concern, especially with false dealer invoice cost information prevalent in the market".
Automall Network does mystery shopping and direct negotiations on new and used vehicles for insurance companies and consumers throughout North America . As a result, they have built an extensive database of best prices for virtually every vehicle in most markets and continue to update it with every new negotiation.
With the Free Price Check Service, if someone has already been to a dealership and obtained a price, they can submit the information for a Professional Opinion on whether they have been offered a good deal or not. If there are still adequate savings possible, they can elect to negotiate further on their own, with no further strings attached, or choose to use Automall Network's other services to get a better deal.
New car buyers can purchase a Best Price Report for $75 and, knowing what the target price range should be, use that report to negotiate their best price with any dealer of their choice.
Alternatively for $295 , Automall Network will do all the work with their Full Concierge Service which negotiates the price of the new vehicle, the extra dealer fees and the value of the trade-in, if there is one.
Automall Network, established in 1999, is a licensed auto dealer that works for car buyers, similar to a real estate agent for home buyers.