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Are “No Haggle” Dealerships Actually Good For the Buyer or Just Another Sleazy Tactic?

In the world of car sales, it’s certainly no secret that dealerships can try a lot of different and sales tactics to try and get a potential customer behind the wheel. Sometimes, that creativity is for the better, and other times, it’s most definitely with the aim of doing nothing more than putting more cash in the pocket of the dealer in question.

There’s not necessarily anything wrong with trying to make a little bit more money. However, bad dealers earn their bad reputation when it comes at the expense and deceit of the customer.

One way that dealerships are trying to make the process more profitable and potentially easier for customers is through what they call “no-haggle pricing.” However, with such a model, we are left to ask if this is actually a better way to buy a car or if it’s just a way that the dealership is going to put more money in their own pockets.

At the end of the day, the no-haggle pricing model attempts to take out one of the most feared parts of buying a car in the negotiation process. Many car enthusiasts might get a kick out of such a process but for a lot of car buyers, that’s not exactly the case. In fact, many could even stand to lose sleep when it comes to thinking about having to sit there and haggle on the price for a car.

Down in the video below from Kevin Hunter The Homework Guy, we get the deep dive on “one price” car dealerships and how exactly they operate. At the end of the day, the experience might be a little bit smoother and there might be less to stress out about but is that lack of stress a replacement for a good deal? With the help of our host, this time, we find out just that.


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