Step 1: Your vehicle request is submitted

Based on your zip code, and the type of car you are looking for, we will forward your request on to trusted dealerships in your area who have signed up to be part of this lead network. They have committed to giving our customers the lowest price possible, in order to be part of this network.

Step 2: Dealer reviews request and determines price

The dealer reviews your request, and figures out what the price will be. Most cars should go for invoice plus 1%, however, based on demand, it can be as high as the MSRP (Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price). There are a number of factors that go into this pricing step. The fact that you were referred through our network means that their customer acquisition cost was almost nothing, so they can pass those savings on to you.

Step 3: Dealer contacts you

The dealer will call you to get more details about what it is you are looking for and answer any questions. They can then tell you if they have what you are looking for, and provide you the price on the phone. If the price and the selection are of interest, you visit the dealership for the test drive. If not, you just learned what the going rate for the car you are interested in is.

It works out for everyone. They get a customer they might not have normally had, and you get a great price, or learn what the going rate is for the car you are interested in. There is no obligation to buy from that dealer. If you don't like that dealer, the selection, or the price, you just take what you learned to another dealership in your area. I've used this system, and it really does work. It truly is the best way to buy a new car. Join the 1.6 million people a month that are buying a car on-line.

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