How To Make A Car or Truck Dealership "Roll Over & Play Dead"


"Fortune 500 Companies don't take any crap from Car and Truck Dealers - neither should you"


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When's the last time you enjoyed purchasing a car or truck?  How about getting a price quote?  Did you enjoy the games the car dealer played?  You know what I'm talking about, right?

See if any one of these questions apply to you?

Please check-off the answers that apply to you.

(Simply check Yes or No)
1. Have you ever driven all over town visiting different dealerships trying to get the lowest price you can....all the while having to endure the time-honored (and insulting) sales ritual so common in the U.S.?

Yes No

2. Have you ever spent an hour or two on the phone talking to different Car Dealers trying to get a price on the car or truck you want?

Yes No

3. Have you ever used an automotive Internet Site like Edmunds or Cars.com to send a price request to a car or truck dealer....only to have them ignored or, set-off a flood of phone calls from those Dealers?

Yes No

4. Do you believe that there has got to be a better way of getting prices from Car Dealers without having to play their silly games?
Yes No

If you answered YES to one (or all) of the above questions, you're not alone.  Most people are sick-and-tired of the games Car Dealers play....and the absolute frustration they feel when buying a car.

Most of us can't stand going to a car dealer....because as soon as you exit your vehicle, it's almost like a feeding-frenzy has begun.  You've got a big ol' bulls-eye tattooed on your back because you're the road to the sales persons next paycheck.

And sitting on the phone or punching the keyboard on your PC is no picnic either - getting the exact information you want and need can be a waste of your time as well.

The good news is....getting an absolute rock-bottom price on the car, truck, minivan or suv you want can be done quickly and with very little effort on your part.

Do you want to see how it easy it is to avoid all the games?
And do you want to know how to get the lowest price quotes in less than 90 seconds?

If you do, there's only one way....you must get your price quotes for your next car or truck like the biggest Companies in the U.S. do....

You must have the Car or Truck Dealers "Bid" on what you want.

Here's what I mean - when a large company wants to buy anything, be it paper clips, computers or even a Corporate Jet, they send out what's known as an RFP (Request For Proposal) to every supplier that has what they need.

The RFP details what the Company needs, shows any specific instructions and gives the suppliers a deadline to bid and price on what the company is requesting.  Big Companies don't have the time to play games.  They don't waste time meeting with sales people until they have to.  And they certainly don't waste time driving all over the place....

And neither do you.

So, why not get price quotes like you're a Fortune 500 Company....use the RFP process.  It's easy to do, fast, Free, and the only way to get car & truck dealers to play by your rules.



How To Get The Lowest Price Quote In Only 90 Seconds Using An RFP


When most folks use the Internet to get price quotes, they maybe visit a couple of sites, pick a car and send the request on it's way.  Maybe you get a response.  More often than not, you don't.  It's very much hit-or-miss.

Yet, if you use an organized RFP process for each and every single Dealer that has what you want, you can get up to 15 bids on the car, truck, van or suv you want with the absolute lowest car and truck price quotes....in only ten minutes.  Why?  There's two reasons.

One, the RFP tells the Dealers they have only one shot at getting your Business.  If they ever want the chance at getting your business, they'd better be ready to play ball.

And two, your RFP will be routed to an Internet Sales Manager or Fleet Manager - the only person at the Dealership you ever want to talk to.  That's who the big companies talk to - so should you.

The best thing about an RFP is....you can use it anytime.  Have you already test driven a couple of cars?  Good - now get your best price with an RFP.

Have you already completed your research and want to see what an actual sale price will be on the cars or trucks you like?  Good - get your pricing with an RFP - before you even test-drive the ones you like.

Here's how you do it.

Step 1 - You'll need an e-mail address for communicating your RFP.  Don't use your regular e-mail address - e-mail addresses are bought and sold on a regular basis - create a new one.  Go to Yahoo and create a new one - it's free.

Step 2 - Just below, you'll see a list of 4 online vendors that have the largest dealer networks in the United States - and are the only websites that allow you to submit an RFP.  Go to each site and choose the make and model you're considering and:

Here's the list for the top online vendors that you'll be sending your RFP to - make sure you use as many as you can to insure your RFP is passed to all participating Dealers in your area.  Don't worry about any duplication - hit them all:

Internet Brands, Inc. dba carsdirect.com: Car Price Quotes - A recommended choice.

Edmunds.com: Car Price Quotes - A recommended choice.

Classified Ventures, LLC dba cars.com: Car Price Quotes (use their "build a car" service)

Internet Brands dba autos.com: Car Price Quotes



Winners & Losers From The RFP


So, you've sent your RFP.  What happens next?  Well, each Dealer that represents the car, truck, van or suv you like will get that RFP.

How the Dealer answers your RFP will prove to you....how they plan on treating you throughout this process.


Two things are going to happen.  One, some of the dealers will e-mail a price back and honor your request for "e-mail contact only".  Or perhaps they'll email you back for a clarification.

That's good - these are your "keepers".  Write down the individuals name, the Dealership they work at and send a reply back thanking them and asking for that individuals office number - tell them you'll be getting back to them to arrange a test drive or for further discussions.

Or two, some of the car and truck dealers you contacted will refuse to give you any prices by e-mail and will do nothing but send e-mails telling you to "stop on by".  You sent the RFP with simple instructions - and if they can't follow those instructions and honor your request now, how do you think they'll treat you later?

Eliminate these dealers from your list now so you can avoid a miserable experience later.


In less than 10 minutes, you've gotten multiple price quotes and know exactly what Dealerships you'll be talking to.  You'll waste no time and get a great price quote without ever leaving your home or office.

How great will that price be?  You'll save a minimum of $397 and a maximum of $1,130 (depending on the model) versus the individual that just drops by a dealership or spends time on the phone.

What an easy way to save a nice chunk-of-change!











I do have an obligation to point out that not all Car Makers, Dealers, Salespeople, Insurance Companies and Banks are greedy or crooked.  This site is dedicated to honest Companies and their Professional Employees who've grown weary of the ignorant and classless giving the automotive related industry a black eye......a black eye that I feel is very close to being permanent.

By using these new and used car guides, I hope to be able to help you find the Best Businesses, and the Professionals that represent them, with very little effort on your part and help you....

Save More Money and More Time Than You Ever Have Before.

It is also my hope that these Companies and the Professionals that represent them will have more business than they can handle - a reward they justly deserve.

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Tom O'Leary  - "A Concerned Dad....and Automotive Analyst"

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Best & Worst Picks
 For 2005 - 2006
Cars, Trucks, Vans & SUVs

Best Picks for  2005 - 2006*




    NSX
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    TT
    5 Series
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    325 Series
    330 Series
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Worst Picks for 2005 - 2006*




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