Sabtu, 28 Desember 2013

How to Bargain for a Better Price on Used Cars for Sale in Pakistan - Autos

<p>Now that you have a shortlist of cars that you're interested in buying (read my previous article titled "How to Choose from Thousands of Used Cars for Sale in Pakistan") you're ready to call the sellers. But before you start calling, here are a few tips to help you negotiate a better price for the car you're buying.</p>

<p>1. You have the Cash: Let the seller know you have the cash for a purchase and you're a legitimate buyer. The seller will know you mean business and ready cash is a real bait for people selling used cars in Pakistan.</p>

<p>2. You've done your Research: Let the seller know about your research and use your list for quick references to price, mileage and features. Hint that you're flexible on make and model and that you have several cars to choose from and match your budget.. This will establish your authority in used cars and increase your bargaining power. Sound confident.</p>

<p>3. Insist on your Price: It's a given that the buyer is going to ask for a discount which is why car dealers and individual sellers always leave room for bargaining, even if they say the priced is fixed. In Pakistan you can easily chip away a few thousand to approximately three to four percent of the price depending on the car manufacturer, model and year. Refer to your list for the lowest price available for that particular car make and model and after reducing the price by another four to five percent use that as your starting point. Do not up the price in large increments, especially in urban areas like Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Rawalpindi. The seller will think you're not serious and don't know what you're talking about.</p>

<p>4. Set a Maximum: Set a maximum price before you buy a used car for sale in Pakistan and carve it in stone. In other words stick by the budget you dedicated to buying a used car.</p>

<p>5. Leave the Table: If you feel the seller is dilly dallying and trying to avoid the discussion on price, get up and leave the table. Remember it's a buyer's market and don't be afraid to walk out, as it can be favorable in getting the price you want. Be sure to gauge the situation and use your gut feel and instincts. Many such walkouts result in the seller finally giving into the buyer's request.</p>

<p>6. Stay Focused on the Price: Do not be distracted by frills and silly features that mean nothing to you and add no practical value. The seller will try to show you worthless features and distract you from the main goal - a reduced price. Keep your sights on the car and price and inform the seller that your offer is perfectly reasonable for the features of your interest. Anything else is not required by you and serves no purpose.</p>

<p>7. Be Charming yet Firm: Smile, laugh and connect while maintaining your authority. Hold firm to your offer at the same time. Find a common interest, Complement the seller on things other than the car, try to find a mutual interest in a topic other than cars, discuss politics, tell a joke offer general advice.</p>

<p>By now you probably have several great used cars you want to buy. Shortlist and cut further from your list. With a handful of cars left, check if the legalities and paperwork are in order, confirm your seller is genuine and reliable and sign the deal. Congratulations! You've just bought your self a great used car in Pakistan.

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