Originally Posted by studio1930
I used truecar as a starting point but found that for my market/area, truecar was higher than invoice (but below MSRP). I paid a no haggle invoice price which was quick and easy. In my area, they don't offer invoice very often. Other areas seem to offer invoice or better, but not around here.
There were no dealers anywhere close to me that accepted true car... I called a few of them anyway, but I got a better deal with the Chrysler affiliate program, offered through the company I work for.
The dealers I did call were really nice though. They all said the price was the price with no haggling, but they all said that incentives were not already included... in other words conquest cash and others would be in addition to the savings from true car. So it seems like a pretty good deal for people to go through, as long as you find an honest dealer.
Also, my wife used true car for her BMW... Again, no dealers I found close by in CT, but she took the printout to our local dealer, and he beat the price by a pretty good amount, so it worked out well for us.