How to Find a Cheap BMW

Monday, 20 Dec 2010 04:02 PM

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Money is tight and everyone is looking to find a deal that will make that nice car more affordable. That's why when you're trying to find out how to find cheap BMW cars, you need to look outside the box. There are several tactics that you should try to find the bargain that's just waiting for you. What should you do first?
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GO ONLINE and do your homework. Check out the online versions of Autotrader, Edmonds, and Blue Book. Know what the car you're looking for is worth in excellent, good, fair ,and poor condition, before you go to buy. Additionally, most of these websites have a classifieds section that will give you an idea of what the cost is going to be overall.
 
CONSIDER OLDER VERSIONS of the BMW that you're looking for. This will give you a lower price on a reliable car. Gone are the days when one needs to be afraid of excessive mileage on a car. Instead, cars are being built to go longer distances and to provide quality rides long past 100,000 miles.
 
CRUISE THE USED BMW lots to find cheap versions of a new car. While one can find a BMW in any used car lot, the BMW car dealerships will have the best quality and larger selection of used cars for you to choose from. Studies show that shopping towards the end of the month is an excellent way to score a bargain and secure a cheap Beemer. Used car salesmen are looking to meet quotas at that time and may have more leeway with the price.
 
PAY CASH when you go to buy, especially when purchasing from an individual. When the seller sees you're serious about buying and already have the cash in hand, they're much more likely to haggle on the final price. Moreover, don't be afraid to offer lower than the sticker price. Consider that sticker price or the price in the advertisement simply a starting point. Point out every criticism you can come up with and then offer substantially lower than they're asking. You never know, they just might take you up on your offer.

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