Don't Get Taken Every Time: The Ultimate Guide to Buying Or Leasing a Car, in the Showroom Or on the Internet

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Penguin Group US, Jul 31, 2007 - 496 pages
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Now completely rewritten and back in a handy trade paperback edition

Through six editions, this invaluable tool by "Public Enemy #1 of the car dealers" (The Washington Post) has remained the definitive guide on buying or leasing a new or used vehicle. Completely updated, Don't Get Taken Every Time takes readers inside the world of the auto business itself. It exposes hundreds of tricks some dealers use to separate unwary customers from their money. Sutton alerts people to dealer scams on the Internet, tampering with credit ratings, and more. From negotiating to financing, the step-by-step techniques offered here make any car shopper a savvy purchaser.

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