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2018 #1 Best New Car Buyers Book!

“How To Beat The Car Dealer Every Time! It's So Simple, It's Ridiculous!”

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Introduction

I know there’s a lot of books out there about buying cars, but no one has taken the time to really understand what you, the customer, go through. There’s nothing worse than going from dealer to dealer and having to participate in all the back and forth game playing when all you really want to do is simply buy a new car at a fair price and be on your merry way.

What if you could change the playing cards to work in your favor? 

What if there was a way that you could go into a dealership and test drive the vehicle you want to buy or lease and extract all the necessary pricing information without the added stress and bullying from the salesperson? With this guide, we’ll empower you to take control of the steering wheel right from the test drive, to parking the salesperson at his desk and get all the necessary information you’ll need to accelerate the process!


I'm also providing you with simple step-by-step downloadable foolproof “What to say” Script and Cheat Sheets for all types of scenarios you can take with you. This way, you can be 100% in control and ready for any salesperson and his fast-talking “Let me check with my sales manager” bait n’ switch act.

But first and foremost, just so we’re clear, I’m not here to sell you a vehicle, I’m simply here to help you buy or lease one.

Now you’re probably asking yourself, “What’s the catch? Why is this guy giving us all this information?” Right? Well, before I give you the information on how to get your best deal possible so you don’t end up on the corner of Sucker Street and Buyer’s Remorse Blvd., let me explain why I’m doing this. The reason I started this concierge service wasn’t by accident. As a former Automotive Fleet Sales Director for the last 20 years, I ended up building a strong and trusting relationship with my clients.


As in any good business, it’s most important to listen to your customers’ requests and fulfill their needs with the most transparent and cost-effective strategy done in a timely manner. If you can genuinely help people and treat them how you would like to be treated, it’s a no-brainer you’ll not only end up having a satisfied customer, you’ll also have a loyal client who will refer customers your way.


So when businesses started to cut back on their employee perks of corporate business vehicles, many of my customers had to buy their own cars. Since we technically didn’t deal with the retail public, my clients had to go to dealerships just like everyone else to hash it out for themselves!


Well, not too long after this happened, I started receiving emails and phone calls asking me if they could purchase their vehicles directly through me at fleet (a.k.a. wholesale) pricing because they didn’t want to go through the lengthy process and deal with the B.S. of sales departments! They knew how cost-effective our quick and easy process worked, with us delivering their new corporate/business vehicles directly to their home or office so it didn’t interfere with their busy schedules.


So instead of losing clients and referrals, I’d done business with for the last 20 years, I decided to step outside of the dealership and create a concierge service for my clients so they didn’t have to go car dealerships. I kept my manufacturers’ fleet/wholesale pricing and programs intact, and in return, they would still retain the customer when it came time for their vehicle warranty and scheduled service work. It was a win-win for everyone!
After a short time, my clients told their friends and family that they could also use my service instead of going through the car dealership scenario.

So that brings me here today. In all my years as an Automotive Fleet Sales Director, I’ve seen just how frustrating it can be for customers to buy or lease a new car. I’m just like anyone else when it comes to buying something.


We all picture ourselves with that new TV, jewelry, shoes, clothes, house, or whatever makes us feel good! After all, why shouldn’t we have what we want, since we work so hard to save for it, right? Like I said at the beginning, my goal is to put you in the driver’s seat and give you all the necessary tools you’ll need to secure the best deal possible without a car salesperson trying to take your wallet for a test drive!


So now that you understand the how and why this all came about, let me now show you the simple steps to follow so you'll rest easy, knowing you've secured the best deal possible for your hard-earned dollars. In most cases, our clients end up saving anywhere from hundreds to thousands of dollars or more, depending on the vehicle they’re looking to buy or lease. If you stay on this road, you’ll be safe from the detours and dead-end streets car dealerships try and steer you down.

I know that after applying this simple method, you’ll never look at buying or leasing any new vehicle the same way again-- guaranteed!

Remember, the last place you want to end up on is the corner of Sucker Street and Buyer’s Remorse Blvd.

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Paul Maloney.

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All New 2019 Rav-4 Redesign 1st Look!

2019 Rav4 Car Leasing Concierge

Has the RAV4 finally become not boring? Certainly appears so.

For years, it was the Camry sedan that brought customers in droves to Toyota dealerships. However, times change and today the crossover rules while the sedan has been pushed aside. When it came time for Toyota to completely redesign its long-running and hot-selling RAV4 crossover, it knew it had to get everything right. The competition is tougher than ever, but Toyota also wanted to expand the RAV4’s appeal. In short, it had to become more manly as part of an effort to lure more male buyers. Has the all-new 2019 Toyota RAV4 accomplished this?

 

 

Let’s find out. The fifth-generation RAV4 could not look more different than the model it replaces, which lacked emotion. It was the refrigerator of crossovers if you will, and yet it was still the best-selling passenger vehicle in the US last year if you don’t count pickup trucks. But just look at the redesigned RAV4; it actually looks far more SUV-ish. The all-new sheet metal is quite a dramatic departure from before, with styling directly inspired by last year’s FT-AC Concept. We’d describe the new look as rugged. Note the more aggressive grille, fog light surrounds and wheel designs. The wheel arches have been angled off and are further augmented with black trim.

Car Leasing Concierge 2019 Rav-4

Car Leasing Concierge 2019 Rav-4

From the side, notice the creases beginning on the front doors and continuing through the rear doors to the C-pillar. The rear end continues this chiseled theme which, overall, works very well. At first glance, one could easily mistake the new RAV4 for a Jeep, save for the brand emblem. The 2019 RAV4 comes in three distinct trim levels: Adventure, Limited and XSE Hybrid. Interesting fact: the hybrid is the sportiest of the three when it comes to driving experience. More on that shortly. Riding on Toyota’s highly regarded TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture) platform, which also underpins the latest Camry, the RAV4 previously rode on a compact car platform.

 

The change gives the RAV4 an additional 1.2 inches of wheelbase, slightly higher ground clearance, and a wider track. The wheels have also been shoved to the corners, enabling overall length to actually drop by 2.6 inches. That’s not a bad thing because the 2019 RAV4 now has a firmer, more powerful stance. Remember, more male buyers wanted. Helping to give it extra presence are available 19-inch wheels on higher level trims. Under the hood, the RAV4 comes standard with an all-new Dynamic Force 2.5-liter inline-four with direct and port injection and VVT-iE. This engine is also standard in the Camry, where it develops 203 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque.

Car Leasing Concierge redesign 2019 Toyota Rav4

Car Leasing Concierge redesign 2019 Toyota Rav4

Toyota has not released output figures just yet, but expect similar numbers. The old six-speed automatic transmission has been replaced by a new eight-speed gearbox. There are no turbo fours or V6s offered, but Toyota is adamant the new inline-four has class-leading output. For those who want not only improved fuel economy but also a sportier driving experience, there’s the XSE Hybrid. It starts with the same inline-four engine, but it’s connected to a hybrid system, called Toyota Hybrid System II. Official EPA figures have yet to be released. Once again, Toyota is confident the XSE Hybrid will have class-leading efficiency. One rumor claims it will achieve a 600-mile range.

The new RAV4 is also the first TNGA vehicle to receive optional (standard on Adventure and Limited trims) all-wheel drive. It’s actually a pretty trick system called Dynamic Torque Vectoring AWD with Driveshaft Disconnect. It sends up to 50 percent of engine torque to the rear wheels when needed, and can properly distribute that power to the left or right rear wheel for even better handling. The rear driveline disconnect feature allows for the AWD to be disabled when it’s not needed, with power instead of going to the front wheels only, thus improving fuel efficiency. There are two other AWD systems available on lower trim levels: AWD-ion the hybrid, and the non-dynamic torque vectoring system for the straight up gasoline-engined RAV4s.

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2019 RAV4 CarLeasingConcierge.com

As previously mentioned, XSE Hybrid promises to offer the sportiest driving experience of the three. Yes, really. Toyota went above and beyond here, equipping the XSE Hybrid with a sport-tuned suspension with tauter shock absorbers and springs. Toyota also wisely moved the battery to under the rear seat, which removed the cargo area “hump”, thus creating a flat floor and class-leading cargo capacity. Some very much welcomed styling highlights the XSE Hybrid’s sportier nature, such as standard two-tone exterior paint with black accents on the lower rocker panels, mirror caps, fog lamps, front end, and wheel arches. Those interested in off-roading, the RAV4 Adventure is for you.

It comes standard with high-rise roof rails, large over-fenders and those 19-inch wheels for a more outdoorsy look inspired by the Tacoma pickup. It also has a Multi-Terrain Select system that gives drivers the ability to maximize traction when driving through snow, mud, sand or rocks. A simple dial located in the center console controls those settings. Anyone seeking a more luxurious and refined experience will seek the RAV4 Limited. It also features those 19-inch wheels, but also comes with chrome accents, leather upholstery with contrasting stitching, 8-way power-adjustable driver’s seat with 2-way lumbar, a 7-inch multi-information display, and optional ventilated front seats and a panoramic roof.

2019 RAV4

2019 RAV4

All RAV4s are equipped with Toyota’s Entune 3.0 multimedia system located in a 7-inch touchscreen on top of the center stack. An 8-inch screen is optional. Both Apply CarPlay (no Android Auto?) and WiFi are also standard fares. There are a total of 11 speakers connected to the JBL sound system. The new interior is without question a step above the previous model. Everywhere you look you get the immediate sense of high-quality materials and splendid fit and finish throughout. Ergonomics have been improved, and headroom increases for second-row occupants. The third-row option has been eliminated. Toyota claims increased towing capacity as well, though no figure has been given. The outgoing RAV4 was capable of 3,500 pounds.

Standard safety includes eight airbags, pre-collision warning with pedestrian detection, lane departure alert with steering assist, and the new lane tracing assist. Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 adds automatic emergency braking with nighttime pedestrian and daytime cyclist detection, along with lane keep assisting with Lane Tracing Assist. The manual parking is replaced by an electronic parking brake with full-speed dynamic stopping. Toyota has not announced 2019 RAV4 pricing, but don’t expect a big increase over the outgoing model, so figure a base price around $25,500. Gasoline-powered RAV4s will go on sale at the end of this year while the hybrid will hit the market in early 2019.

2019 RAV4 Redesign

2019 RAV4 Redesign

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The 2017 Bugatti Chiron

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The best manufacturers incorporate the history of their brand into their new releases.

The 2017 Bugatti Chiron is a perfect example of paying homage to that which came before - in this case, the Bugatti Type 32, a racer almost a century ahead of its time built in 1923.

In each case, they are the ultimate in limited editions - only 500 2017 Chirons have been made, and only FOUR Type 32s were ever built.

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Top Cars of 2016: Which Do Consumers Pick?

When most consumers start looking for the best car to buy, they often already have the features in their mind which define their top car before even beginning their car shopping. This buying decision factors not only in price, but also pure emotional appeal. Here are the Top Cars of 2016 which we define as the best from consumers' overall feedback.

Best Compact Car - Subaru Impreza

This model might be small, but the car's ride and overall comfort if offers will surprise anyone. The model comes with expansive window glass and lots of interior space. It has a suite of available safety technology, great crash-test results, and also comes in a hatchback version. If you live somewhere with heavy snowfall, you'll appreciate its superb all-wheel-drive traction!

Best Midsized Car - Toyota Camry

This vehicle might seem a bit vanilla for its looks, but don't let its exterior fool you! When it comes to the driving experience, Toyota Camry has few rivals. Boasting great outward visibility, controls that are easily to handle, and a roomy interior-- it might not make it the most thrilling, but it's far from plain. You can also get a hybrid version if you're interested in a fuel-efficient vehicle at a reasonable price.

Best Small SUV - Subaru Forester

You might have heard people call Subaru Forester the official vehicle of New England, and rightly so! This model is good enough to be the top small SUV anywhere! It's roomy, rides comfortably, and handles perfectly. It has an AWD system that beat the Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V, and has the best sight lines from the driver's seat of any model on the market.

Best Luxury SUV - Lexus RX

Lexus' luxury cars have dominated their market now for over 20 years. The sleek styling shows RX has shifted from being an understated part of the Little League parking lot to a more extroverted design player. The hybrid version also gets an impressive 29 mpg overall!

Best Sports Car under $40K - Mazda MX-5 Miata

The Mazda Miata is great at combining lithe, precise handling with a crisp manual stick shift and a zoomy engine-that gets an enviable 34 mpg. It satisfies both the enthusiast driver and weekend racer. With firm suspension, it is also very reliable.

Best Pickup Truck - Ford F-150

Ford created a pickup that weighs less, drives quick off the line and is also fuel-efficient. This 2.7 liter turbo V6 has more power than traditionalists expect. It even gets a full extra 1 mpg better than a comparable Chevy. The cabin is spacious, with large windows and windshield pillars to aid outward visibility. It is a solid workhorse and one of the 2016's top picks.

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