Well I would do your research on the model you are considering. Try looking up prices on Ask Patty and getting to know the values of the used car you are looking into. You can also look for the regular average pricing on edmunds.com:
Try looking at all the options and get an idea of what the pricing is for the model you want. The more prepared you are when you go into the dealer, the better price you will get. Make sure you know how much the car is worth and how much you want to spend before you go in, and you will get a better price every time.
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〉 Answered on Apr 30th, 2009 by Breanne Boyle, Contributing Editor at AskPatty.com