The no haggle hoax

One price, No haggle

Be prepared for the electric push

The one price- no haggle culture

There are no special deals

Why it is used

Lower overhead and better averages

It’s not customer satisfaction

2+2 is not 5

No haggling does not mean good price

Ho Hum prices

F&I can take heir time and your money

Don’t let your guard down for a second

Negotiating is pro customer satisfaction

One price gives a dealer higher average profits

No matter what it says, haggle anyway or move on

Check out this episode!

About Geoffrey Jerome

I am a 35 year veteran of the automobile and motorcycle industry, author of seven books, soon to be nine, Both fiction and nonfiction. I have three super kids, actually adults, and a wonderful Jack Russell Terrier named Lucy Lynn. I am Formerly from upstate New York, Ithaca. I ride a Harley, like photography, technology and I know climate change is the worlds biggest problem.
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