Memorial Day weekend is approaching. With the vast amount of used cars that dealers would have for sale, that means some great savings for you. That means that you will have some tough decisions to make. Hopefully one of them won’t be about the car you want.
The great thing about having an event come up like Memorial Day weekend presents a lot of opportunities. Now you have to decide do you buy your car at the start of the weekend or at the end. What is the difference you ask? There are a couple of things and we need to take a look at them.
Buying at the start of the Memorial Day weekend is exciting. You will have many more options on the vehicles. The downside of buying at the start is that you will also pay the most amount of money for the vehicle. Dealers can afford to pass on a low-ball deal because they have the rest of the weekend to sell the car. They know that you may be back the next day after you have slept on it. They also have the factor of fear on their side. The fear comes from you with the fact that you may not get the car as it might be sold. They count on the fact that you love it and want to jump on it.
The other side of the coin is you to play the waiting game. This would mean that you try to cut a great deal at the start of the weekend. Of course they decline it because they want to make more money. Now all of a sudden you pop back up at the end of the weekend and now you get down to business. At this point the dealer will be wanting to make that last deal near the end of the sale. The sales managers are probably working on a bonus so they will stretch to make it happen. Only fly in the ointment is whether the car will still be there.
Memorial Day weekend, a lot to think about. Good luck