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#1 NeedItNow

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Posted 09 October 2003 - 07:21 PM

What are considered normal and customary fees when purchasing a new vehicle. This will be a cash deal.........



#2 the F&I car guy

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Posted 09 October 2003 - 07:28 PM

depends on what state.....
Looks like you are in texas:
IN TEXAS

You have to pay the following:
1. sales tax
2. license $2.50 if they are good $71.30 (normal) if you need tags
3. title $33.00

THAT's IT

Fees they try to make you pay:

1. Dealer inventory tax....there tax they can pass on to you but it is not required

2. doc fee...never required

#3 NeedItNow

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Posted 09 October 2003 - 07:31 PM

Thanks, I plan on buying tomorrow - I'll be sure and post my findings. I'm holding all the cards in this deal, if they try to f*ck me, I'm walking. (I plan on telling them that up front :twisted: ).

Oh yeah, if you need a mortgage, give me a yell...

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Posted 09 October 2003 - 10:39 PM

Need....

For the best deal, shouldn't yuu be waiting until the LAST DAY of the month. If F&I Guy said it once....he's said it a thousand times.

#5 willtygart

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Posted 10 October 2003 - 12:45 AM

wow cash for a car, must be doing well in tx with the loans nin or you hit erl out there in the gulf while drillin :wink:

and the best way for a mortgage guy to get a good deal is to get screwed on a 30k car deal and then do the car salesman's 350k home loan :(

Yes Dacman...people do have 350k loans :wink:

#6 NeedItNow

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Posted 10 October 2003 - 07:14 AM

wow cash for a car, must be doing well in tx with the loans nin or you hit erl out there in the gulf while drillin :wink:

and the best way for a mortgage guy to get a good deal is to get screwed on a 30k car deal and then do the car salesman's 350k home loan :lol:

Yes Dacman...people do have 350k loans :wink:


Yes, I'm fabulously wealthy. (Actually, I got a blank check from Capital One :roll: ).

Hurray on the 350k Home Loan, I could use one of those.......

#7 NeedItNow

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Posted 10 October 2003 - 07:18 AM

Need....

For the best deal, shouldn't yuu be waiting until the LAST DAY of the month. If F&I Guy said it once....he's said it a thousand times.


I've been watching the market for several weeks. I'm going to purchace the loss leader, ya know, the advertised special used to lure in shoppers. Really no dealing involved. If I can get a 03 Tahoe LS for under 23,990, I'll buy it any time of the month.

#8 the F&I car guy

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Posted 10 October 2003 - 10:12 AM

Need....

For the best deal, shouldn't yuu be waiting until the LAST DAY of the month. If F&I Guy said it once....he's said it a thousand times.


FOR THE BEST DEAL YOU ARE CORRECT!!!!!!!

#9 alonsoflor

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Posted 10 October 2003 - 12:02 PM

Does best deals apply for used cars as well? you know.... the last day of the month. What about the fees for used cars? (the F&I car guy don't forget about the list of cars I gave you) :wink:


Thanks!

#10 NeedItNow

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Posted 11 October 2003 - 12:53 PM

OK, back from the dealer. I went shopping all day Friday, nobody would get the deal where I wanted it.

So, this morning I got the paper, found the vehicle I wanted (Loss Leader), drove to the dealership, and sat on the hood until somebody showed up.

I got a 2004 Suburban, with everything except leather, Onstar, and split tail gate (has cargo doors) in the color I wanted (Charcoal).

Grand total - 28160.16 out the door, including TTL. Hows that for a deal ?

#11 NeedItNow

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Posted 11 October 2003 - 04:52 PM

Oh yeah, we left the dealership and went and picked up the kids - The 2 year old threw up in the back seat. So much for the new car smell. Oh well, we almost got 50 miles on it............ :cry:

#12 the F&I car guy

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Posted 11 October 2003 - 06:32 PM

Does best deals apply for used cars as well? you know.... the last day of the month. What about the fees for used cars? (the F&I car guy don't forget about the list of cars I gave you) :wink:  


Thanks!


Sure...end of the month is just quota time.....list of cars I gave you?????sorry

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Posted 11 October 2003 - 07:09 PM

LOL, it's been christened!!


Oh yeah, we left the dealership and went and picked up the kids - The 2 year old threw up in the back seat.  So much for the new car smell.  Oh well, we almost got 50 miles on it............ :cry:



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Posted 11 October 2003 - 07:21 PM

I got a 2004 Suburban, with everything except leather, Onstar, and split tail gate (has cargo doors) in the color I wanted (Charcoal).  

Grand total - 28160.16 out the door, including TTL. Hows that for a deal ?
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How'd you do that? those bugers go for all of 40k here or better!
what is a loss leader?

#15 NeedItNow

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Posted 11 October 2003 - 10:44 PM

I got a 2004 Suburban, with everything except leather, Onstar, and split tail gate (has cargo doors) in the color I wanted (Charcoal).  

Grand total - 28160.16 out the door, including TTL. Hows that for a deal ?
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How'd you do that? those bugers go for all of 40k here or better!
what is a loss leader?


Yeah, sticker on this one was 42K. The loss leader is the one they advertise in the paper to generate traffic. They know they are going to lose money on it, but thats the price they are willing to pay to get people in the door.......

#16 Credit Please

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Posted 11 October 2003 - 10:57 PM

Yeah, sticker on this one was 42K. The loss leader is the one they advertise in the paper to generate traffic. They know they are going to lose money on it, but thats the price they are willing to pay to get people in the door.......


How sweet it is..... :(

#17 alonsoflor

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Posted 14 October 2003 - 12:21 PM

Does best deals apply for used cars as well? you know.... the last day of the month. What about the fees for used cars? (the F&I car guy don't forget about the list of cars I gave you) :wink:  


Thanks!


Sure...end of the month is just quota time.....list of cars I gave you?????sorry


Don't you remember? I pm you about it almost a month ago.

#18 alonsoflor

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Posted 16 October 2003 - 01:15 PM

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#19 the F&I car guy

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Posted 16 October 2003 - 10:06 PM

i didn't get it..or at least i can't find it...sorry ...please repost




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