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Tuesday and Wednesday are normally the slowest times of the week for a car dealership. Most people work during the week and do not normally shop for cars. This makes business slow and traffic on the dealer’s lot scarce. I did whatever it took to sell a car when a customer showed up in the middle of the week. This is why I recommend Tuesday and Wednesday as the best times of the week to buy a car. Best Time of the Month to Buy a New or Used Car

If you don’t have the luxury of time on your hands and cannot wait for the huge rebates and dealer incentives that come out towards the end of the year. The very last day of the month is the most opportune day. If the last day of the month falls on the day the dealer may be closed or for some reason you can’t make it on that day. You should time your visit as close to the last day of the month as possible.

For new cars, most of the dealer incentives and customer rebates are released from the manufacturers during the first few weeks of the month. So, you may miss out on these discounts if you buy a new car too early in the month. Go ahead and check to see if there are any current rebates and/or dealer incentives on the vehicle you want to buy. As it gets closer to the end of the month, salespeople, managers, and the dealers themselves are doing everything they can to hit their monthly sales goals and quotas.

The best time of the month to buy a used car is also the last few days of the month. The dealer’s staff is hungry to hit personal goals and unit bonus’s so they are more willing to negotiate a little more aggressively to get that last used car off the lot.

Car Buying Tip – Combining the last day of the month with the end of the year will increase your chances of saving the most money when buying your next new car. Keep in mind, as you get closer to the end of the year. The discounts get greater but a car dealer’s "older" inventory starts to thin out and so does your chances of getting the exact vehicle you want. Other Good and Bad Times to Buy a New or Used Car

Weather, holidays, late nights, and promotions are just a few of the outside factors that may affect car dealerships when selling cars to the public. Let’s take a look at some good and bad scenarios you should take into consideration when determining the best time to buy a car. Visit a Car Dealership Right Before Closing Time

This happens almost on a daily basis. Many car buyers believe this is a very good technique to buy a car. They think they can get in and out of a car dealership without having to haggle over price for hours on end. These uneducated car buyers believe car salesmen and their managers will practically give a away a car because they’ve been working all day, ready to go home to their families, and don’t want to stick around to pay hardball. THIS IS NOT TRUE!

Some dealership personnel are just downright rude if you show up right at closing time and will tell you whatever to get you to leave. However, some salespeople will see you showing up late as opportunity to hammer on you for hours on end. If you’re still in the dealership after closing time, the staff will close the gate and lock up the dealership not making it easy for you to leave unless you buy a car from them. They’ll haggle with you until midnight or later, if need be. The sales staff will do anything and everything in their power to make you PAY, for making them STAY!

Some car buyers believe if they visit a car dealership while it’s raining, there will be no other customers on the lot and the dealer will be more willing to make a good deal to sell a car. Truth is, car dealers believe that if you’re out shopping for a car in the rain you must really be WANTING or NEEDING to buy a car.

This technique is just going to get you soaking wet, shopping for a car. The dealer is going to negotiate with you the same way as if it were a nice sunny day. If you’re shopping for a used car it will be difficult to really inspect the condition of the vehicle with the rain coming down. My advice is to stay dry and save your visit to the car dealership for a nice sunny day. Car Shopping During the Holidays

Business is traditionally slow for a dealer around the holidays. During the Thanksgiving and Christmas period, customer rebates and incentives are normally higher than the rest of the year. However, car dealerships tend to cut back on their inventory around this time of year also, selling off as much old inventory as possible to make room for the new incoming models. Depending on what kind of vehicle you’re looking for, this may be a good time for you to buy.

If you’re going to buy a vehicle during the holiday’s, make sure you do your homework as you would before buying a car at any other time during the year. Dealerships are always promoting some kind of "BIG SALE!" Don’t fall for the hype, it’s all a numbers game to them. They will attempt to make as much money as they can from an uneducated buyer every chance they get. Use Online Sources to See Current New Car Market Values

You can use free online price quote services to somewhat predict the pricing trends set forth by the manufacturers. Some have found very good deals using this technique in finding what dealers are selling a specific vehicle for in their local area.

There are many variables when it comes to pricing a new car. Some of these variables are current incentives, rebates, demand, model year changes, popularity, vehicle life cycles, and what others have paid for the same type of vehicle you’re interested in.

Online sources will help you determine the current pricing of any vehicle you’re interested in. I would say this technique will help you do preliminary research on the car you want to buy and should be your first step combined with other techniques on this page. Go to a Car Dealership Early in the Week and Earlier in the Day

Normally the weekend is the busiest time of the week for car dealers. This is when car dealers advertise their big sales events to draw people in. When a dealership has a lot full of car buyers and you’re wanting to play hardball on the price of the car, they may not want to waste time with you and just "Broom" you out the door so they can move onto the next customer.

It will also help you avoid the spot delivery scam. There will be no distractions and you will have the salesperson’s full attention. Car dealers and salesmen love to sell cars earlier in the day. It gets their day started and puts everyone in a better mood. Don’t let your guard down though; they’re still out to make money.

I highly suggest visiting a car dealership on a Tuesday or Wednesday earlier in the day. In my personal experience, these days are typically the slowest days of the week and a car dealer is more likely to give you a better deal. However, this is not an excuse to not do your homework and research before you go.

Now that you know the best time to buy a car, you’re still not ready to visit the dealership. To guarantee you pay the lowest possible price on your next new car, truck, minivan, or SUV. Read and bookmark my online new car buying guide and if you’re in the market for a used car, visit my used car buying guide to guarantee you get the best available deal.