My car, a Dodge Stratus was 10 years old last October when it finally went kaput. My husband and I knew fixing it wasn't an option. So we started looking at new cars. New to me, used in general. After seeing a television commercial for a local dealership, I saw what I wanted. A 2011
Camry with low mileage. So... we went down to the lot to have a look at it, up
close and personal. And then we took it on a test ride. It was a good, solid
car. And at a great price. Though, I must admit I wasn't sure about the color.
I've never been a BLUE person. But it was what it was. So I decided to wait a
week, have them hold it, and see if I saw something I liked better. I didn't. So
we went back and pounded out the deal we wanted for this car. At the closing they
tried to tell us the starting price was about fifteen hundred dollars higher
than the price on the windshield when we originally saw it. They insisted we
were wrong about that price. I knew they were. You see I had taken photos of
the car when we first saw it. I simply reached in my purse and pulled out my
camera. SURPRISE! SURPRISE! Then showed them the date stamped pictures I had taken with the price
clearly visible. And suddenly all the bull coming out of their mouths stopped. I got what I wanted at the price
I could afford. It pays to document things...
so you do not get taken advantage of. Have you ever had someone try to pull the
wool over your eyes??? Toyota