Misconception #1…Vehicle Pricing

I've been in the automotive industry for the past 10 years. I started with the Chevrolet family and I've been with We Drive since the beginning, putting the We Drive team together. One of the biggest misconceptions in the car-buying industry is how expensive vehicles really are. The average price for a new car is roughly $35,000. For most of us that is way too expensive. New car pricing is supposed to go up roughly $400. New tariffs on steel and aluminum could add even more to manufacturing costs.

Advertised pricing is a huge misconception. Many vehicles are advertised with all the rebates and incentives that vehicles can possibly qualify for. Some people think they can get a brand new 2018 Chevy Cruze for $10,000. They're convinced they're getting that price however, what the dealership isn't telling them is in order to get the brand-new 2018 Chevy Cruze for that price, you have to qualify for all ten rebates and incentives. If not, all of the sudden the 2018 Chevy Cruze you saw for $10,000 is now back up to the selling price at $20,000. I tell member's if I can get a brand-new 2018 Chevy Cruze for $10,000, I'd buy ten of them myself! That's how dealerships work. Their main goal is to get you in the showroom. Once you're in they feel like they have you.

Here at We Drive we will help you with the real pricing. No games. We will help you understand rebates and incentives and take out all the worries of pricing on all vehicles. We can sit and see your options and see what vehicles would fit into your monthly budget. I tell member's…it's a free service, you have nothing to lose. So please call, e-mail, or stop by our location Monday through Saturday…and drive safely!

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