3. Good For One Day Only
Some auto dealers loathe to let buyers cross-shop at multiple dealerships – or for that matter take the time to think a deal through before signing the paperwork – so they’ll often do whatever they can to ensure one only walks out through the front door if it’s with the keys to a new car. Typically, you’ll be told that a given deal on a particular model will stand for that day only and will cost more if you decide to come back tomorrow. That’s pure butcher shop-grade baloney. The only instance where this tactic might have a shred of truth is if a manufacturer’s rebate is about to expire, and that usually happens only on the last day of the month.