Do a little research online. If you are purchasing a 2006(leftover) you will get a great price. Contact a few dealers to see what is left and decide what options you want then go buy the car. You will get a fair price when you buy a leftover, but be open to what is available at the dealership. Good Luck!
〉 Answered on Jan 27th, 2007 by Jenny Trostel, Partner at Anderson of Hunt Valley
Even if the vehicles aren't selling well, they still have to sell them at a certain price. Usually previous year leftovers have aggressive interest rates or rebates. The internet is a great place to check pricing in your area. You can probably bet, if the vehicle isn't selling well, they won't be making a great profit either. Chances are they want to move the vehicle.
Joy Sherman, Ms. Motorcars
〉 Answered on Jan 27th, 2007 by Joy Sherman, Owner at Ms. Motorcars
Always research the price of the vehicle online first. Try an Edmunds or JD Power for good price points. You can also look up a certain vehicle on Kelley Blue Book (www.kbb.com). Check out our expert answers!