Car Enthusiasts - How Car Buyer Club Can Help You Get the Best Deal on the Car of Your Dreams
There are people who enjoy cars - buying them, driving them, taking care of them, and showing them off to their neighbors or the world. We call these people car enthusiasts. And if you're one of them, especially when it comes to new cars, and getting value for your money, you need to seriously take a look at the Car Buyer Club. The Car Buyer Club represents an entirely new way to purchase a new vehicle. For someone that is, or will soon be, in the market for a new vehicle, this deserves a serious look.
They have a system where a new car buyer receives an unheard of 31% rebate off the list price of a new car, payable over a 3-6 month period. Which would you prefer? A dealer incentive, trade-in, etc that produced an immediate return of 5, 10 or maybe 15 percent, or a whopping 31% rebate that was delayed just a bit. I know which one I'd choose.
Why do I say that?
• I like saving money, and it's much better than what's out there now
• No haggling with the dealer or price negotiating
• I can get more car (or a better car) for the same money
And believe it or not, the auto dealers and manufacturers come out ahead on this thing too. Hopefully, the increase in auto sales generated through the Car Buyer Club will put more people back to work in the auto industry.
There is a small one-time fee to join this unique club. When you meet the requirements, you can use your membership to purchase your next car, truck or van. Members can also earn referral fees under certain circumstances.
You may ask, where does the money come from to pay for this rebate program? A combination, really.
• Car manufacturers will pay a marketing fee to the Car Buyer Club when a new car is sold through the club.
• The growth of the membership base will generate additional funds.
New cars from participating manufacturers, with a list price of between $20,000 - $50,000 are eligible. If someone has their eyes on a beauty exceeding $50,000, that buyer would need to acquire an additional rebate certificate. Vehicles in this price range are what will work best.
So what kind of savings are we talking about here?
• Better than $6,000 on a vehicle worth $20,000
• Almost $11,000 on a $35,000 car
• And $15,500 saved on a $50,000 automobile.
Now that's impressive, right? So if you're "really" into cars, or just feel the need to trade in the old jalopy, perhaps you'd be wise to, do what I did, and first, look into the advantages of buying that next dream car (or truck, or SUV), through a membership in the Car Buyer Club. Then not only could you brag on your new "ride", you could also brag on the money you saved. After all, you don't really want to overpay when you don't have to, right?