Getting the Best Price on a New Car Can Be Easier Than You Thought

Are you in the process of looking for a new car to purchase?

As you know car buying can be both costly and nerve-racking. Car salesmen are often pushy and tend to confuse the buyer at times until they just give in. Most of the time you are even unsure if the price you are paying for the car you want, even though it may sound good, is the best possible price for the vehicle. But a new, free website,, has made the overall car buying and negotiating process much easier and smoother than it has ever been before.

The idea behind is a very simple one. This site gives you the actual prices that consumers have recently paid for specific cars in your local area. All you have to do is enter the make, model, location, and vehicle options you want, and like magic TrueCar instantly shows you the prices that people have paid for your desired care in your chosen area. The best part of all is that the site has pricing information for almost every make and model car.

This site is very user friendly and delivers the data in very clear and concise format. The information that is generated from each vehicle search includes the car’s sticker price, the factory invoice, the car’s dealer cost, and the average price paid by buyers in the chosen area. You can even broaden your search to incorporate national, regional, and local price comparisons.

With a network of over 5,000 certified car dealers from across the nation, these TrueCar dealers post their best prices on this site’s search engine to create an overall instantaneous and accurate result.

TrueCar gives consumers the ammunition that they have been missing for years to be able to determine if the final price that they are being offered for the car is really the fairest purchase price.

The best part about this site is that it is completely free and you don’t have to enter any personal information or create an account to get your research started.

Jessica Williams is Consolidated Credit’s Marketing Communications New Media Coordinator. As a member of the education team, Jessica focuses on helping consumers make better financial decisions while living debt-free. She has previously worked with Take Stock In Children, where she was a mentor and communications specialist, and, where she managed community relations, event planning, marketing, and public relations. Jessica attended both the University of Florida and the University of Central Florida where she received her B.S. in Interpersonal/Organizational Communications and Marketing. Connect with Jessica on Google+.