Whenever you are finalising a deal with someone, you have to stay confident. This way, the other person will not attempt to be over smart with you. Moreover, you will give an impression that you are a serious buyer and have not visited the showroom just to waste time of the salesman.
Don’t reveal your budget
The salesman will try and ask your budget, when you go to the showroom. It is ideal not to reveal that. Instead, you should tell him/her that you have not made up your mind on that and will make a final decision once you hear the initial offer.
Ask for the best price
When you see a good vehicle, ask the salesman about the best price he or she can offer. Most probably, the other person will say that there is no margin of negotiation, but you have to keep pushing in order to get a good deal.
Even if the salesman is showing less flexibility, you have to stay polite during the negotiation. Once you get rude, the other person will no longer be interested in the deal and will probably ask you to look for vehicles in a different showroom.
Hide your excitement
Sometimes people get extremely excited, when they see a car of their choice. However, you don’t have to reveal that excitement to the salesman, if you wish to get a good price. Once the dealer comes to know that you want the car badly, he/she will not show much flexibility. As a result, you will either have to buy the car on a higher price or look for another option somewhere else.
Be prepared to leave
If the salesman is not listening to you, be prepared to leave the showroom. This way, you might end up getting a better price.