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Timely guide will explain the realities of the new car dealership industry.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 27, 2014 is about to publish a report that will educate consumers on how they can negotiate with new car dealers to buy a new car for less, the company said yesterday.

What many people don't realize is that the summer is actually the best time of year to buy a new car, a spokesman said. We know that many of our customers who came to us when they bought a used car are now thinking about upgrading to a new car. This is the perfect time to do so, but only if they know how to take advantage of the situation.

There are two fundamental reasons why the summer is the best time to buy a new car, he said. First, car dealerships get less foot traffic in the summer, giving salespeople more of an incentive to get a commission. Secondly, new-model cars tend to start showing up at dealerships in September and October, giving the the dealership itself a strong incentive to get this year's vehicles off of their inventory sheets.

The bottom line is that consumers are in an extremely favorable bargaining position at this time of year, he said. But, of course, car dealers won't let customers know that. After all, they want to make as much money as possible. What we'll do is explain the situation to consumers and then tell them exactly how to strike a great bargain.

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