How To Save $Thousands On The Purchase Of Your Next New Vehicle

How can you save thousands of dollars on your next new vehicle? Well, the answer lies within two words- Fleet Manager. You’re probably asking yourself, “What the heck is a fleet manager, and why haven’t I ever heard of this person?” The fleet manager is the individual who deals with the sales and distribution of mass quantities of vehicles to different states, counties, cities, municipalities, and corporations. The secret that dealerships don’t want you to know is that anyone can purchase from the fleet manager. Why most have not heard of this person is due to the low profit margins within this division. The fleet manager is not advertised because the large profits aren’t made through this individual. Fleet managers typically sell vehicles right around invoice prices making small profits, but salesmen at dealerships sell for far above invoice prices making large profits. For example: when you go to a dealership and buy a car, the salesman usually tacks a few thousand on the front end and one or two thousand on the back end making the the salesman and dealership a generous profit. You see, when you buy from the fleet manager, you avoid paying that extra money. I don’t know about you, but that sounds like a pretty good deal to me. So, if you are in the market for a new car, visit http://www.relatednarrowsearch.com/carsite to watch a free video about buying from the fleet manager.

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