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It's been many years since I bought a new car. Of course these days one uses the internet and does all kinds of research beforehand. Can anyone point me to a guide about the fastest, easiest, cheapest way to go through the routine? I should not have to re-invent the wheel. Is there a 5 step process to get the best deal (in the US)? What has worked for you in the last year? Anything NEW to beware of?

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It really depends whether you are searching for a used one or a brand new one. There is no difficulty in buying a new one of course if you have enough money. Although, finding used vehicles is a bit troublesome job and I think internet is the best way of doing so. There are plenty of places where you can actually find them, Automotix is one such decent place too which you can consider while looking for used cars at competitive price. alt text

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