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10 EXPERT TIPS FOR BUYING AN ULTRA HIGH-END SPORTS CAR 2

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6. VET YOUR DEALER 
"Once the vehicle has been identified and you’ve found it a local dealer, do some research on the dealer to ensure it is a reputable and good standing dealership. You can do this within organizations such as DealerRater or the Better Business Bureau."

7. FIND A SEASONED SALESPERSON
"You’ll want to try to avoid the newbie and speak with a veteran who has been there a long time. This will help speed up the process and ensure you’re getting the best help possible."

8. GET AS MUCH INFORMATION ON THE VEHICLE’S HISTORY AS POSSIBLE
"Since most purchases are now made online rather than in person, once you have selected a vehicle you need to ensure that the dealer has provided you with as much vehicle history information as possible via services like CarFax, AutoCheck, as well as any service records they may have." 

"The price will typically be lower if the car has been in an accident. Though a vehicle that has been involved in an accident isn’t necessarily 'bad,' you’ll want to make sure that you’re aware of the details of the accident before making your decision. You’ll also want to make sure that vehicle is inspected by a 3rd party such as TrueFrame (which is open to the public) to see the severity of the damage and ensure the repair work has been done properly."

9. TAKE A TEST DRIVE
"Just like any online purchase, expectations may be different than reality. Like a shirt that ends up not fitting correctly, people are often let down or overthrown when they get behind the wheel. Make sure the car feels good to you before buying. "

10. KNOW HOW TO NEGOTIATE
"Know your product and know the inventory that’s out there when dealing with a dealership (in person or online). The compression between wholesale and retail in the automotive industry has now become very, very thin. Therefore, dealers will often sell cars for small profitability and make their income off of the ancillary products sold such as finance, lease, extended warranties and protection plans." 

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