Look into the dealership’s reputation (4/10)

It’s easy to get excited when shopping for your first new vehicle, but don’t forget to look into the dealership’s reputation. Consumers aren’t just buying a car; they’re purchasing a relationship with the company.

Questions to consider when shopping around:

  • Does this dealership have too many negative online reviews?
  • Do positive online reviews appear trustworthy or fake?
  • Does the dealer interact with customers on social media?
  • Is the service department friendly and helpful?

Buying a car is a long-term commitment that could involve years of service and maintenance, so be sure to research the dealer as much as the car.

Contributor: Jonas Sickler from reputationmanagement.com

Written by Nathaniel Fried

Co-founder of Fupping. Busy churning out content and building an empire.

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