Car Shopping, Simplified: The U.S. News Best Price Program
Time and money are both valuable assets, and if you’re in the market for a new car, there’s a good chance that you want to save both. With the bulk of new car incentives carrying over from the past few months, you could end up spending a significant amount of time negotiating in order to get the best deal. Or you could let us do the work for you.
The U.S. News Best Price Program utilizes a network of certified dealers to provide you with guaranteed, upfront pricing, without the negotiating headache. New car shoppers save an average of $4,025 off the manufacturer’s suggested retail price, but if you’re not convinced, the program will also show you what others paid in your area, so you know you’re getting a good deal.
Our TrueCar Price Report will also show you the sticker price, as well as factory invoice and dealer cost. Recent sales data, as well as price trends and vehicle pricing details that are specific to your area also ensure that you’ll be making an informed decision when you step onto the showroom floor.
Checking our best price on a new car is simple. Just start by configuring your new car with the options you want. As you check boxes on the options list, we’ll update your best price, but also show you MSRP and dealer invoice.
After you’ve configured your car, simply select a dealer and submit your contact information. You’ll receive a U.S. News Best Price Certificate to bring to the dealer, which includes your car’s features and a guaranteed price. Lock in a great price on your new car upfront, without the hassle of negotiating with dealers.
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