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Used Truck Dealers

By Hanna Nilson

 

As most of us know, used truck dealers can be just as sneaky as any used car dealer. Be an informed customer and stay in control of the transaction!

When working with any type of used auto dealer, it’s easy to get manipulated and even swindled into purchasing options which you may not feel comfortable with. Used truck dealers are no different. Of course the most important thing is to know exactly what you want. The more you know about what you’re looking for, the more likely you are to find it. It’s easier for used truck dealers to sway an uncertain customer, whereas an informed customer should be in the position to have the dealer work for them; not the other way around.

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First of all, there are many used truck dealers which are recommended for their high vehicle ratings. You can easily research these truck dealers online. For example here are only a few of the various truck manufactures and truck dealerships in the US.

  • GMC

  • Ford

  • Sterling Trucks

  • Mack Trucks

  • Dodge

  • Chevrolet

  • Western Star

  • Freightliner Trucks

  • Autocar Company

From GMC’s light-weight SUV’s and pick-ups to medium or heavy-duty trucks to Mack Truck’s extra large off-highway trucks; each dealership carries different types of new or used trucks. So, whether you’re looking for small used truck or large used truck dealers, it all comes down to the same fundamental principles of retail…supply vs. demand.  Knowing how this concept can work for you will help to empower your position as a customer and seller alike.

There are generally only a few things to keep in focus while working with various used truck dealers to insure the best results. First, ask yourself how well the vehicle will suit your needs. For example: Does it have good mileage for it’s year? Is the truck make and model dependable? Will the truck’s resell value justify the investment? Once you are certain the used truck meets your standards, have the used truck dealer report on the vehicles history. Also, you may want to consider having your professional mechanic inspect the used truck to make sure it’s in good condition and worth the price. If all of the above checks out okay, then close the deal. Actually, this can be a money saving experience if you know how to work the deal. This does not mean you have to be rude or cheap. Rather, there are plenty of tips and tricks which can help to encourage both parties to handle the truck sale as a professional business transaction.

If you’ve done your home work and gathered some information about the truck’s worth, you may have a better idea of how much you should be paying for the used truck. A popular car pricing site is KBB.com. Here, you can easily do some initial pricing. Another site which you may find useful is AutoAdvice.com, which offers some further advice about how some used car and used truck dealers have fraudulent ways for handling their customers. In their article “Some Sneaky Stuff Dealers Do”, AutoAdvice suggests that used car and truck dealers have their own lingo or “code” to keep the details out or context. They also present a glossary of “Industry Terms” which could be helpful to know when closing the deal.

As it is, used truck dealers and used car dealers are particularly desperate for sales during these struggling economic times. This gives the consumer an advantage when it comes to sale negotiations. If you’re looking to visit some of your local used truck dealers, use this opportunity to your benefit. This is definitely a good time to find some great deals.

 

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