Is A Quick Deal The Best Deal?

One thing that has always been a big factor in the car business is time.  Everybody wants the best deal and they want it in fifteen minutes. 

Now the internet and computers have done wonders in helping customer research and compare different vehicles, numbers, statistics, and other factors that go into purchasing a vehicle and cutting down the time needed to spend in a dealership to purchase a vehicle.  We still aren't down to an under fifteen-minute car deal. 

The one thing that those things can't help with is test driving the vehicle and everything that comes with that.  New vehicles may be a little bit different but you should still drive it and check it out before you buy it.  There is no way you should purchase a used vehicle without driving it, checking it out, researching its history, and reviewing it's value compared to other used vehicles out there.  Even with the internet and all the great resources you can research ahead of time you should still not rush or shortcut the process of looking the vehicle over.  Just think...this could be one of the biggest purchases in your life and you're only going to give it fifteen minutes? 

Even with all the research you have done, you should still take your time when looking the vehicle over.  Once you've done that and you feel it's the right vehicle and it's a price that works for you, buy it...because one thing is for sure, "sleeping on it" or "thinking about it" isn't going to make it any more right or wrong of a vehicle.  That will save you the most time of anything.  
 
Thanks for listening!

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