When you make up your mind on leasing you definitely know why it’s your choice….
There is a common law doctrine that places the burden on buyers to reasonably examine the property before making a purchase also known as “caveat emptor” (from Latin: “let the buyer beware”). This simply indicates that it is the buyer’s responsibility to do their study before making a purchase and that it is their own fault if they make a poor choice. As for the car market, due to the fact that sellers are more knowledgeable about vehicles than consumers, they, in this paradigm, set the rules for the market. Unfortunately, it is a common practice for dishonest car brokers to entice customers with car pricing on used cars that are below market rates and then they upsell add-ons (warranties, insurances, tires, keys, etc.) when a buyer expresses interest in a vehicle, which, in the end, significantly raises the price that was initially stated.
The good news is that the used-car market will become a buyers’-oriented-market as a result of the new Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regulations. In other words, buyers won’t be tricked into paying more than they should, and car dealers are going to be entitled to be completely honest with their customers.
To know more about the new FTC regulations, watch an exclusive interview with Grand Prix Motors CEO Lenny Komsky to find out how customers and respectable car brokers will benefit from it.
FTC is aware of the tricks and traps that make it difficult for customers to compare car prices or force them to pay thousands of dollars in unnecessary fees. The discussion has been going on for several years now. But since the used car market is so in-demand lately, it is time to establish a system of rules that would give customers essential remedies against merchants who wrongfully impose unnecessary fees or use deceptive advertising. According to the FTC’s announcement, the measures might include:
As a result, the next time you receive the vehicle’s price, it will include all you must pay, and you won’t be duped any longer.
When you buy something, you want to get a full picture. The benefits of the mentioned FTC regulations for customers are not hard to name:
The regulations are going to “level the playfield”. While the dishonest vehicle brokers defrauded customers and lured them in with absurdly low pricing, the respectable dealers that played by the rules incurred significant losses. But those days are coming to an end. The two main benefits of the new FTC regulations for honest dealers include:
When Grand Prix Motors sell used cars, we make sure to fully explain what the customer will receive and not put any pressure on them if they decide not to purchase the vehicle. We don’t try to deceive people because our offers are always at the market price.
Given the opportunity to select and lease your ideal vehicle on fair terms & conditions, you wouldn’t want to miss it! You may contact us, and request a custom quote and our lease expert will give you a more detailed consultation!
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