Don't Get Taken Every Time: The Insider's Guide to Buying Or Leasing Your Next Car Or Truck

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Penguin Books, 1997 - Automobiles - 354 pages
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For fifteen years, 'Don’t Get Taken Every Time' has helped hundreds of thousands of consumers to get the best deal in town. In this completely revised edition, automotive consumer expert and former auto dealer Remar Sutton takes you through the process of shopping, financing, and negotiating - for cars and trucks, new and used, whether buying or leasing. He exposes the latest car dealer practices and scams and guides you step by step to minimizing dealer profit and maximizing your savings.

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Contents

Introduction
1
WHATS WRONG WITH THE AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS?
9
KILLER MONSOONS FAVORITE SELLING TECHNIQUES
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Remar Sutton is president and cofounder with Ralph Nader of the nonprofit Consumer Task Force for Automotive Issues. "Dateline NBC, 20/20, 60 Minutes, Today, Good Morning America," CNN, "ABC Primetime, USA Today, The New York Times," and hundreds of others regularly use Sutton as an authority.

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