CarHistory.us.org Releases 2014 New Car Buying Guide

Effort is to help people ready to upgrade from a used car to a new car.

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The new car buying guide will help customers compare different types of new cars to figure out which ones are right for them.

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) March 07, 2014

CarHistory.us.org announced today that they are about to launch a new car buying guide for 2014 the company said yesterday.

“Many of our returning customers are now thinking about making the move from a used car to owning a new car,” a CarHistory.us.org spokesman said. “We want to help them with that. So we did the research into the new cars available this year, and are going to share our results with people.”

The new car buying guide will help customers compare different types of new cars to figure out which ones are right for them, he said.

“There is no one right car for everyone,” he said. “We all have different needs and expectations. This guide will walk someone through the process of deciding which new car they really need.”

The CarHistory.us.org guide will also teach people how to negotiate the best price on a new car, he said.

“Knowing how new car dealers operate can save thousands of dollars on the price of the car,” he said. “But most people don't know how to negotiate, or how much room there is to move a price down. We'll show them the insider secrets and the best ways to get the best value.”

The guide was put together with the help of the CarHistory.us.org staff and experts in the automotive industry, he said.

About CarHistory.us.org:

CarHistory.us.org, an online source for public records, takes pride in providing the most comprehensive vehicle history reports in North America. With hundreds of users daily, motor vehicle report availability and customer service are top priorities for CarHistory.us.org. Visit CarHistory.us.org today to chat with a live representative, call 1-855-482-6465, or email Manager(at)CarHistory(dot)us(dot)org with any questions or concerns.


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