Negotiating SUCKS!

Stop Getting Duped by Car Dealers

I Share The Negotiation Tactics That Save Customers On Average $4,500 That Car Dealers Don’t Want You To Know

You're here because you are about to embark on the car buying process but are you ready for the many sneaky negotiation tactics used by car dealers?

Do you have that pit in your stomach just thinking about it?

Why can't new car buying be as simple as ordering coffee at Starbucks? When you order a coffee you expect to pay what the list price says on the big board behind the barista's head. It’s the same price the gal in front and behind you pays.

But walk into a car dealership, and you’re expected to negotiate.

And that's why two identical cars can sell for very different prices!

The truth is the best negotiator wins!

And, if you’re like me, you love new cars (and that new car smell).

But, we hate NEGOTIATING!!

questionable car dealer tactics

You may haggle a car price once every five years.

Conversely, a car dealer negotiates every day—multiple times a day.

And we all know practice makes perfect!

As a result, dealers have the upper-hand in negotiations.

Do you feel that you lack the experience to get a great deal?

Do you spend time convincing yourself "This time will be different" only to realize you got duped again?

Does the thought of buying a new car cause you stress and anxiety?

I felt the same way too until I discovered the negotiation tactics (i.e tricks) that car dealers don’t want us to know.

Becoming An Expert Negotiator Isn't
Just Possible, It's Downright SIMPLE 

(Once You Know The Secrets)

Here's what I discovered...

Watch Out For The Trap Dealers Want Kept a Secret

Dealers have been manipulating prices on cars because the internet has made it easier to share and discover the insider pricing.

The auto industry launched a secret program to transfer big bucks from the sticker price to the invoice price, a process that has continued for almost two decades.

They’ve steadily raised the invoice price by more than they raised the MSRP. As a result, the profit margin APPEARS lower.

Now it appears as if you have less room to negotiate a price favorable to you.

Of course I truly believe every dealer has the right to make a profit but wouldn’t it be nice to know the insider pricing?


The four square system is a classic negotiation tactic that allows a salesman to make it appear as if you just won the negotiation.

A system that is complicated and meant to confuse you.

Car salesmen use the 'foursquare' to map out the major factors of your deal: purchase price, down payment, monthly payment, and trade-in value.

They juggle the elements of this sheet, forfeiting a little to you on down payment but inflating your monthly payments while you bask in the glow of victory!

4 Square Dealer Negotiation Tactic

Watch Out For Hidden Fees

A dealer may add in all kinds of fees that you don't have to pay - if you know how to negotiate properly. For example, some of the most common are...

  • Documentation fee or conveyance charge
  • Guaranteed Auto Protection (GAP) insurance
  • Title and registration
  • Sales tax
  • Destination charge
  • Advertising charge
  • Extended warranty
  • Additional dealer markup
a dealer may add in all kinds of fees - a negotiation tactic

Watch Out For "Extras"

Dealers will often try to upsell you.  Be very skeptical of additional upsells a dealer suggests.

Avoid paying for:

  • Dealer preparation
  • Credit life insurance
  • Disability insurance
  • Pinstriping
  • Rustproofing/undercoating
  • Fabric protection
  • Security/anti-theft system
  • VIN etching

There's an easy way to get the car you want while avoiding these sneaky negotiation tactics.

At last, there's FINALLY  a way you can fight back...

Everyday all day, Carjojo Certified Negotiation Experts fight on your behalf to get the best possible price on the car you want.

The average CARJOJO customer saves $4,500


We found Alex D. the exact same red Lexus RX she was looking for and saved her nearly $7,000 off the MSRP, over $1,500 below our competitors.


We saved Mike Z. $6,071 plus rebates on his new GMC Acadia—nearly $5,000 below its price on traditional websites like Edmunds and Truecar

What would you rather do spend your weekend haggling with a dealer or spend your weekend, weekending?

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We got your back. We get the price you deserve from a dealer in your local area.

You might be asking yourself how does Carjojo get the lowest price?

Carjojo’s patent-pending algorithms analyze nearly all 3.9 million new cars in the country allowing us to scientifically predict the lowest price that the dealer will accept and negotiate that deal for you.

Not to mention, if you find the car cheaper someplace else, you're protected under our 30-day price match guarantee.


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PS - Over the last several months, Carjo Certified Negotiation Experts have helped new car buyers just like you save thousands on their car. And every day, more and more success stories continue to pour in.

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