Consumers Can Find Out What Dealers Paid for Vehicles

Did you know you can find out what dealers paid for particular vehicles? Many drivers use the “invoice price” to negotiate a great deal on a car. Basically, they use it as a target sale price. Dealers usually don’t sell below the invoice price, but often sell at or near it. It’s a useful tool when you’re negotiating the price or lease payment of a car.

When you request quotes from us, you get all of the following:

  • Actual dealer cost for all new models (what dealer paid)
  • Info on how you can get no-money down, low-payment leasing deals
  • Common hidden dealership fees and tactics
  • Special deductions from invoice price
  • The real cost of aftermarket accessories
  • Competing quotes from any dealership, for any car

Request your free, no-obligation price quotes today. With your quotes, you’ll see the latest rebates and incentives as well as all of the information above. Get started!


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