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by Stephanie Leon,Burke Leon

ePub The Insider's Guide to Buying a New or Used Car download
Stephanie Leon,Burke Leon
Betterway Books; 1st edition (April 1993)
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The Insider's Guide" is succint and compact, but very thorough.

The Insider's Guide" is succint and compact, but very thorough. I think that "The Insider's Guide" is pretty much all you need as long as you read it with highlighting marker in hand and vow like a Jedi knight to follow its precepts. 2 people found this helpful.

Leon, Burke, 1938-; Leon, Stephanie, 1941-.

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Published 1997 by Betterway Books in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Stephanie Leon, author and illustrator of THE ANSWER IS ARMADILLOS . 23, 2016 written as Burke Leon.

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This revised edition of the book that helps car buyers get the best new- and used-car deals--and not get burned--includes even more information gleaned from the Leons' years of buying and selling experience, plus detailed car-buying checklists.
  • Very dated. Great if you are buying a car in 1970.

  • The book highlights how to buy a new car and offers several different routes to follow when buying or selling a used car. tep by step explains what we do wrong/how to do it right

  • GREAT!!

  • excellent

  • I downloaded this book in 1998 (for free!!!! from Edmund's - but it is no longer on their site). I read it and went out car shopping, but not before first telling my wife, "I shall return later this afternoon and I won't be spending more than $xxx". Well, I put this book to use. I drove away from some abusive car dealers, one of whom literally followed me out to my car and tried to persuade me to stay and talk with him after he just got done insulting me and calling me names at his desk! After feeling the power and effectiveness of the writer's advice and information, I came home later that night and was within 1% of the amount that I declared to my wife I was going to spend and came home with the EXACT car for which I was shopping. I think that people that "poo poo" this book and suspect some sort of conspiratorial review syndicate that provides high ratings for it either haven't read it, or did not practice the advice contained within - in the order it is provided. Read this book. Put it to use. Go save some money. Simplicity and satisfaction.

  • This book gives useful practical advice for a person buying car. I would strongly recommend that they read the book before buying a car. It tells about the advantages and disadvantages of buying a new or used car in comparison to the other type. It tells about the advantages of the car dealer and the customer. For example, the salesperson knows the product line, the options, the prices, and many more details. Some car salesmen are pushy and overly aggressive. The customer or potential customer is on the salesperson’s turf. A customer may need a car right away. Car sales people have limited authority. They have to check with their boss. However, the car buyer has some advantages such as the following: The customer can pick the time and place to buy a car. The customer or potential possible customer can walk out at any time. The seller can’t. It’s the customer’s money that can be spent. As negotiations progress, the customer’s power gets stronger and the dealer’s position gets weaker. If the salesperson puts in a lot of time and effort in the negotiations progress, he will become more concerned about losing a probable sale.

  • I recently bought an automobile. In preparation, I read several online articles and three books on the subject. "The Insider's Guide" was the best resource I found. In shopping at five dealerships in three states over the course of about a month, pretty much everything the authors predicted would happen...did happen, and I was ready for it.

    Buying a car can be a terrifying experience. This book, happily, had me prepared for the endeavor, and for all of the pitfalls that might surface. I'm relieved that I had read it so carefully beforehand. Keep in mind that one of the authors is himself a car dealer of long tenure.

    "The Insider's Guide" is succint and compact, but very thorough. It smartly covers the three most common scenarios: buying a new car from a dealer, buying a used car from a dealer, and buying a used car from a private party.

    I think that "The Insider's Guide" is pretty much all you need as long as you read it with highlighting marker in hand and vow like a Jedi knight to follow its precepts. If you want more peace of mind for moral support, then go ahead and buy and read one or two additional car-buying guides.

  • The author covers the topic very well, explaining the car-buying experience on many levels. His "game plan", designed to aid would-be new-car buyers feel less intimidated by the usual fears, helps the reader understand the role of the salesperson and what to expect from them (as well as how to counter these threats). It also aides the reader in teaching him or her the processes through which to prepare for the experience, i.e. "homework", research, etc. Although the author's references did provide some thorough information, I was disappointed at his lack of internet-savvy references. Also of note was the writer's continued monotony of certain procedures, events, and descriptions. At times, I really wanted to pull out a knife and "trim the fat". Overall, however, the book was very enlightening, sometimes humorous, and should be a good reference for anyone looking forward (?) to the car buying experience, or just wanting to know more about it. I am hoping to use the information very soon.