Buying Or Leasing a Car
AAA takes consumers step-by-step through the car-buying process with expert advice on selecting a vehicle, negotiating a price, understanding financing and insurance options, and closing the deal. Chapters covering the pros and cons of new and used cars and when to buy vs. lease help prospective buyers make informed decisions. Checklists, sample forms, and charts prepare them for the dealership experience. There's even a short primer on how to answer the salesman's probing questions. AAA's Buying or Leasing a Car empowers car shoppers, giving them the confidence they need to enter the automotive marketplace and drive away with the right vehicle at the best price.
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