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Car Buyers’ #1 Bestseller is now available in Walmart!

My Amazon #1 Bestseller for car buyers is now in Walmart.

"How To Beat The Car Dealer Every Time It's So Simple It's Ridiculous"

Stop car dealers dead in their tracks from trying to blow smoke up your tailpipe every time you go to buy or lease a new car.😲

This Book, ebook and App is like having your very own private negotiator in the palm of your hand.

***Here's why

➡️ Get real answers in minutes, not hours!

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Remember: Numbers Don't Lie, But Salespeople Will

Car Leasing Concierge live on "Every Car Has A Story" Radio Show

Car Leasing Concierge live on "Every Car Has A Story" Radio Show

Tune-in Thur 1pm (est) on FACEBOOK LIVE on The Big Talker show, Every Car Has A Story with host Joe Pepitone

Our Special Guest Paul Maloney, The Car Buyers Advocate from Car Leasing Concierge will be giving car buyer's tips from behind the wheel that everyone should be aware of before buying or leasing any new vehicle.😲

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with JoepeP & DUSTY



The Car Buyers Advocate, Car Leasing Concierge!

The Car Buyers Advocate, Car Leasing Concierge!

f you feel skeptical about buying a new vehicle, relax! My business Car Leasing Concierge is the car buyers advocate that will empower you to take control from your test drive to parking the car salesperson at their desk in order to get all the necessary information you'll need to accelerate the buying or leasing process.

2018 #1 Best Selling New Car Buyers Guide - From Car Leasing Concierge

Car Leasing Concierge is now 2018’s #1 Best Selling New Car Buyers Guide on Amazon in 7 different categories.

Automotive expert and #1 best selling Author Paul Maloney with his #1 best selling book in 7 categories, "How To Beat The Car Dealer Every Time! It's So Simple, It's Ridiculous."

Automotive expert and #1 best selling Author Paul Maloney with his #1 best selling book in 7 categories, "How To Beat The Car Dealer Every Time! It's So Simple, It's Ridiculous."

"How To Beat The Car Dealer Every Time! It's So Simple, It's Ridiculous" is a must-read for anyone considering buying or leasing any new vehicle. This book will empower you to take control right from the test drive to parking the salesperson at his desk to get all the necessary information you'll need to accelerate the process so you'll never get taken for a ride again. 

  • Learn the secret questions from an industry expert to get results fast
  • Easy step-by-step foolproof cheat sheets for mobile and desktop - Cash, Lease, Finance and Trade-in deals
  • How to control any salesperson with one simple sentence
  • Eliminate car dealer fees forever
  • Get the REAL numbers without the smoke and mirrors
  • Avoid getting taken by the Finance Manager's B.S.
  • 100% Transparency Guaranteed
  • Save long tiring hours at dealerships

Here's exactly what you'll get

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Numbers Don't Lie, But Salespeople Will

  • Finally the playing field has been leveled. You can now hit a home run instead of getting struck or stressed out by any curve or low ball offers car dealers try to throw at you!
  • Using our simple Step-by-Step, Foolproof Cheat Sheets will steer you clear of any car salesman trying to take you for a dead end ride down Sucker Street!
  • When you're done shopping, let us check those skeptical quotes they gave you with a professional and transparent Car Price Check Report before you sign.
  • This way you can rest easy knowing you've secured the best deal possible for your hard-earned dollars. 

Do yourself a favor and buy this book! It’s a real eye opener that will definitely change the way you'll purchase your next vehicle, guaranteed.

Professional Car Concierges Make Car Buying Easy,

Paul Maloney.

President of Car Leasing Concierge

Jeffry Melnick didn’t want the hassle and anxiety of shopping for a car when he set out to buy one last year.

“When they say to me, ‘Do you want to look under the hood?’ No,” Mr. Melnick said. “No, I don’t.”

So he hired someone to do his haggling for him.

Mr. Melnick, a semiretired theatrical agent who lives in Palm Springs, Calif., called Authority Auto, a car-buying service based in Tarzana, and told it what he wanted — and what he wanted to pay..

  • But finding a negotiator can be tricky. There is no standard name for these services — some call themselves a buying service, others a negotiating service, some a broker, still others a concierge. Each seems to operate in its own way.

  • Paul Maloney is a New York-based former fleet director with an Australian accent and a snappy line of patter. He calls his business the Car Leasing Concierge, although he handles new-car sales as well. He sends clients to a dealership with a free worksheet, then, for a fee, he will assess the deal to see if he can beat it. His is a tiered service that tops out with his assessing your deal and handling your purchase for $297.


Oren Weintraub, a former car salesman, owns Authority Auto. The services say they can protect consumers and save them time and money. 

Mr. Weintraub, a former car salesman, said he worked with buyers from start to finish. He will help them choose a car and negotiate the sales price, finance rate, and aftermarket products like service contracts and wheel and paint protection. He works nationwide and charges $600 to $1,500, depending on the cost of the car. For an additional $300 he will also sell the client’s old car.

Greg Macke, who calls himself “Your Car Angel,” helps clients pick a car, arranges a test drive, negotiates the purchase and accompanies the buyer to a dealership. He even inspects used cars. But he accepts only clients who live near Los Angeles for his $750 service.

You might think dealerships tremble at their approach, but the negotiators — who said they helped with between 125 and 1,000 purchases a year — say that is not the case.

“We buy so much merchandise from them that we are an asset to them,” said Greg Pence, manager of car-buying services for AAA Carolinas, whose in-house service buys about 1,200 cars a year. He said dealerships liked that the professional negotiators closed deals quickly, “usually within a good 30 minutes or so.”

The negotiators compete with services like TrueCar, which don’t charge the consumer but do charge the dealers — who may pass the cost on to the consumer.

Michael S. Freeman II, the executive manager of Sunset Chevrolet Buick GMC in Sarasota, Fla., said the average profit on a car was 2 percent. On a $30,000 car that would be $600. TrueCar, he said, charges a fee of $300 for each new car sold on a referral.

“When we get someone from TrueCar, we have to cut a check,” Mr. Freeman said. “That is factored into the price.”s

TrueCar is the technology behind 500 buying services, like those of publications like Car & Driver and U.S. News and World Report, and companies like USAA and Sam’s Club. The dealers get their referrals from TrueCar, which displays prices from its member dealerships and allows prospective buyers to compare the out-the-door cost for the vehicle they want. That eliminates haggling — for better or worse.

The details of how a dealer reaches the price that TrueCar displays are complex, said Veronica Cardenas, a spokeswoman for TrueCar, but “it’s not a race to the bottom.” She added, “The idea is you are getting a competitive price.”

There are competitors that charge dealerships a modest monthly fee, such as Costco and CarGurus, which dealers said gave them more room to discount. (Sometimes, getting the very best deal comes from buying at just the right time. Dealers receive bonuses based on sale quotas, meaning they might give bigger discounts if they’re trying to hit a benchmark. to learn more.

2018 Best 5 Compact Utility Vehicles!

2018 Best 5 Compact Utility Vehicles for everyday use, Sun, Snow, Surf, Shopping!

March 19, 2018 by Car Leasing Concierge.

Not long ago, utility vehicles were commonly associated with high gas expenses and environmental concerns. However, as gas prices climbed, the Goliath's (RIP, Hummer) were outpaced by the Davids, the small, fuel-efficient car segments.

Now, consumers are shifting their preferences again, this time toward a cross between the Davids and Goliath's, Compact Utility Vehicles (CUV's). This rising segment marries the practicality of passenger cars with the utility of SUV's resulting in a top choice for many car buyers. CUV's are perfect for everyday commutes during the week and weekend adventures for small families. Although these vehicles are compact, they ride higher than sedans, making them easy to get in and out of and especially easy to lift kids out of car seats. With spacious cargo capacity, these utility vehicles tend to hold more than traditional sedans. Read on to learn more about the top 5 searched CUV's for 2018.

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2018 Honda CR-V

MSRP Range*: $24,150 – $34,050

Best MPG (City/Hwy/Cmbd): 28/34/30

Engine(s) Offered: 2.4L 4-Cyl (184hp/180lb-ft); 1.5T 4-Cyl (190hp/179 lb-ft)

Notable Features:

Available in FWD and AWD

NHTSA 5-Star Safety Rating with 0 reported recalls



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2018 Jeep All-New Wrangler

MSRP Range*: $26,995 – $40,495

Best MPG (City/Hwy/Cmbd): 17/25/20

Engine(s) Offered: 3.6L V6 (285hp/260lb-ft)

Notable Features:

AWD only

Available in 2-door or 4-door

Enhanced ease of removing the windshield, tops, and doors for 2018MY



2018 Mazda CX-5

MSRP Range*: $24,150 – $30,945

Best MPG (City/Hwy/Cmbd): 25/31/28

Engine(s) Offered: 2.5L 4-Cyl (187hp/186lb-ft)

Notable Features:

Available in FWD and AWD

Standard Smart City Brake Support and Advanced Blind Spot Monitoring



2018 Nissan Rogue

MSRP Range*: $24,800 – $32,530

Best MPG (City/Hwy/Cmbd): 26/33/29

Engine(s) Offered: 2.5L 4-Cyl (170hp/175lb-ft)

Notable Features:

Available in FWD and AWD

Standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto



2018 Toyota Rav4

MSRP Range*: $24,510 – $36,250

Best MPG (City/Hwy/Cmbd): 34/30/32

Engine(s) Offered: 2.5L 4-Cyl (176hp/172lb-ft); Hybrid 2.5L 4-Cyl (194 net hp)

Notable Features:

Hybrid trims available

Available in FWD and AWD

Toyota Safety Sense™ – P is standard on all trims

Adventure trims extend towing capabilities to 3500lb


Max Cargo Volume and Towing Capacity for the Top 5 CUVs

Wondering how much our Top 5 CUVs can hold and haul? Here we’ve ranked them according to cargo space and towing capacity. If you’re not one to travel light, it looks like the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4 are mighty good picks.

When you should buy your leased car!


In this April 26 photo, cars are lined up in the lot of a Chevrolet dealership in Richmond, Va. The buyout option at the end of a car lease can be an attractive opportunity or a tool for damage control. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

  • Philip Reed NerdWallet

Aug 27, 2017

  • The buyout option at the end of a car lease can be an attractive opportunity or a tool for damage control.
  • The buyout price is set by the leasing company at the beginning of your contract. If you're anticipating extra fees and penalties, buying the car can cut your losses. Or, if market conditions have changed since you signed the lease and you've lightly driven the car, you could turn the hidden value in your vehicle into real savings.
  • Now that you know the numbers, here are the times when you might want to stay with old faithful.


  • Most lease contracts are for three years and 36,000 miles. If you're over, you'll owe money; if you're under, you could leave money on the table.
  • "Why pay two or three grand in mileage penalties and have nothing to show for it?" says Matt Jones, a senior consumer advice editor at Edmunds. "Not only that but buying the car will save you the disposition fee," the charge to prepare the car for resale, which is usually $350 to $500.
  • But also check your contract for purchase option fees (typically about $350), charged by some leasing companies, and factor that into your decision.
  • Conversely, returning a car you drove only 10,000 miles when you paid for 36,000 miles is like handing the dealer a big check. Instead, buy the car and use the value you've paid for, Jones says. Or you can get a no-haggle appraisal at CarMax (or at a dealer, although this could involve some haggling). If the numbers break in your favor, since the under-mileage car is worth more than the buyout price, the agency will buy your lease and give you a check for the difference.

Wear and tear

  • If your car has a collection of indiscretions — scrapes, dings or tears in the upholstery — you could be looking at penalties for excess wear and tear. But if you buy the car, you won't be charged for the damage or the disposition fee, and you can fix the bumps and bruises when, and if, you want, says Paul Maloney, owner of Car Leasing Concierge.


  • Buying your leased car saves the leasing company shipping and auction fees. That's why, in some cases, they'll call and offer you a lower buyout price than what's in the contract. But Maloney says it often isn't a good deal since they'll likely offer the retail price, when you should aim to buy it for wholesale.
  • To negotiate a reduced buyout price, you'll need to talk to a lease-end manager at the leasing company who has the power to approve lower prices. Banks writing leases may be more likely to negotiate than automakers' finance companies.
  • "It's really just a case-by-case basis," Jones says. He says leased electric vehicles often have reduced buyout prices because of low resale values.


  • If you buy the car then sell it to a friend, you'll have to pay sales tax. Instead, see if the finance manager at a local dealership will do a "lease pass-through," says Scot Hall, executive vice president of operations for Swapalease, which matches leaseholders with car shoppers looking to take over a lease.
  • Basically, the dealer buys the car from you and immediately sells it to your friend. You aren't charged sales tax and the dealer makes a few hundred dollars for moving paper. But be aware: Your warm body without a car in a car dealership means that you're probably in for a sales pitch.

You like the car

  • Maybe, you think, it's time to stop being a serial leaser, jumping from one leased car to another, always having a monthly car payment. If you like your car, compare the buyout price to the retail price on Edmunds and Kelley Blue Book. If it's a fair deal, skip the dealership and send the lease company a check.


  • Keep in mind, however, that you won't be protected by the bumper-to-bumper warranty which is typically for three years and 36,000 miles. But the powertrain warranty, covering major parts like the engine, transmission and suspension, might still be in effect.

Provided to the Associated Press by the personal finance website NerdWallet.