In the 12 years I worked in car dealerships, I was involved in thousands of car sales, and I learned a lot of things that make car shopping easier for people. In this article, you'll find some of my favorite tips. Some need no explanation. Others do, and so I've added some insights to help you see why they're important.
For example: Don't assume that a car has a certain feature that you want. I once was showing a midsize sedan to a guy who came into the dealership without his wife. We went on a lengthy test-drive, and then he bought the car. I didn't know it, but he and his wife were going to use the car for long road trips, and because of his bum knee, his wife was going to do most of the driving.