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...it is VERY VERY VERY long (probably takes well over an hour to read)

Edmunds.com hired a staffer to go out and work for a hi-pressure dealership (not sure, you might get the clues), and then a low-pressure one (Saturn I think).

It is FACINATING to read, as there is some really interesting stuff - if you are going to buy a car, definetly read it!

Seriously, you will like it:

http://www.edmunds.com/advice/buying/articles/42962/article.html
 

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I read that story a couple months ago, it's amazing.
 

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alltrac165 said:
I read that story a couple months ago, it's amazing.
I certainly think I have learned from that.

Any idea what the 'high-pressure' car dealer was? I assume Honda, Nissan, or Toyota.
 

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typically Honda or Toyota. Honda because of strong civic and accord sales, and Toyota since they get poor marks in customer sales satisfaction.
 

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Our Reno Subaru dealer (instead of Carson City) seems to be awfully hi-pressure.

We wanted to buy an extended warranty for our 2001 Outback, so we called the Reno dealer where we bought the car (for a VERY good price new):

$2,000, firm, no less.

Then we called the Carson dealer, they did it for just under a grand.

Exact same Subaru warranty, just 30 miles away from each other.

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