How to Make Your Best Deal for Model-Year-End Automobile Purchase

Generally in August and September most manufacturers introduce their new models for 2017. This creates an excellent opportunity for car buyers to get very strong deals on 2016 models that are still in inventory. There are however, some tips on how to make your best model year end deal.

Do your research online before you step into a dealership. You want to do your research so that when you get to the dealership you have a good idea of what you want to purchase, and even have some idea of pricing as many of the sites on the Internet provide this service as well.

Timing is important as well. Some models may be a good deal now, but a great deal later. As we approach year-end vehicles that are still left over will continue to drop in price and become much better values.

Many of the manufacturer’s offer very attractive financing or leasing options as well as strong cash-back offers. Weigh your options carefully as depending on your situation, cash-back may be a better deal than financing you may not have needed in the first place.

Typically the vehicles that are being redesigned completely will offer significantly better deals on their model predecessor. This again offers an opportunity to get a lot of car for a lot less money. Look for these models and negotiate your best deal on the 2016’s which will likely be heavily discounted and incentivized.

Lastly, it may be worthwhile to look at manufacturers whose vehicles you don’t currently own. Many of these manufacturers offer “conquest” deals that will offer additional cash-back offers should you decide to switch makes and move over to their product line.

As always, regardless of which car you choose it is very important to consider extended warranty coverage. An extended auto warranty is your best bet on protecting yourself from the inevitable, and unexpected car repair bills you will likely face.

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Does An Extended Auto Warranty Cover Overheating?

When you are choosing an extended auto warranty program is important to look through the various exclusions of the policy you are purchasing. Most reputable auto warranty providers make their inclusions and exclusions clear and concise and have no mixed wording to confuse a repair shop or customer. However, some of the shadier companies out there, typically without a direct underwriter to get out of many different claim situations.

Overheating is a good example of this. Some companies will exclude any repair, even if it has nothing to do with the vehicle overheating if there is any sign that an overheat has occurred. More reputable providers will cover the failure of any covered part as long as owner negligence did not close the failure. Owner negligence in reference to a vehicle that is overheated would be if a driver would continue to operate the vehicle even after the gauges or warning lights have come on. This would obviously cause additional damage to the vehicle from continued operation after the overheat and would not be covered by any warranty program. So in conclusion, it is not overheating that is not covered by a quality auto warranty program, it is the damage caused to the vehicle by the continued operation after the vehicle has overheated.

To be sure you get one of the highest quality auto warranty is available you can request a quote from Auto Advantage or other A+ rated and BBB accredited warranty companies.

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