Usually, when you are looking for another vehicle (new or used), you start surfing the internet. Very often, this process is rather frustrating: you find an overload of information and instead of finding answers, you start getting even more confused. For example, you cannot find the answers to the following questions:
- Is it the first owner who is offering the vehicle?
- Are the prices reasonable, and competitive?
- Is all the relevant documentation available and filled in properly?
- Is the mileage accurate and trustworthy?
- Has the car suffered any damages or (major) repairs or has it been re-sprayed?
- What is the current price of my own car?
- Can the car be traded in?
- Is it better to have my own car sold?
- What surplus-amount am I supposed to pay (when trading in my car)?
- Do I feel comfortable and am I sufficiently knowledgeable to handle the complete process and documentation?
The Car-Negotiator’s way of working
Here you can find the process, step by step: how the Car-Negotiator can help you finding a ‘new’ car (really new or used):
The Car-Negotiator’s way of working as Advisor or Negotiator
You can engage the Car-Negotiator to enter into contact and negotiate with the prospective buyer or seller on your behalf.
The Car-Negotiator’s goal is to provide you with a sharp, but fair deal. It is my mission to have a spotless reputation in the car branch, as a professional and most of all a fair entrepreneur. Helping to enhance the public image of the car branch in general. The Car-Negotiator will assist you when buying or selling a car, from start to finish. That implies, that I allow my counterpart to earn his fair share as well, thus not endangering any guarantees or secondary conditions that can harm you, as a customer, afterwards.
Going abroad with the Car-Negotiator?
Did you spot your ideal car abroad? In that case the Car-Negotiator can help you as well, providing you with my valuable and useful advice. Together with the Car-Negotiator, you cross the border and, with your permission, I will take care of the whole negotiating process, you will be unburdened. I am fluent in Dutch, English and German, and other languages like Spanish shouldn’t be a problem either.
Furthermore, the Car-Negotiator can also take care of transport and import of (paperwork and duties) of your new car and any obligatory vehicle inspections, registration and license plates and possible additional taxes. Naturally, there is an additional fee for this service, which will be agreed with you before starting the process.
How much do I pay the Car-Negotiator?
Als The Car-Negotiator’s mission is to be open, clear and transparent about fees.*
*all fees are without VAT
It is of no importance whether you bought or sold a vehicle worth €5.000, – or €100.000, –
Hence, it is of no importance whether you bought or sold a vehicle worth Euro 5.000, – or Euro 100.000, -. Neither does the fee depend on the financial benefits the Car-Negotiator negotiated on your behalf. You, as a customer of the Car-Negotiator, enjoy all the obtained financial advantages. The above fees cover the whole buying, – or selling process, from end-to-end. In case you want to stop the buying, – or selling process, the Car-Negotiator will charge a fee of Euro 150, – to cover expenses.
*All fees are without VAT
What other Customers say
One of my customers, who knew about The Car-Negotiator, by word of mouth, shared his experience after a successful mediation: ‘The Car-Negotiator recently advised and assisted me selling my old car and importing a used car (nearly new) from Germany. I would like to share my experience with you. This way of buying and selling a car, was completely new to me. I had been used to buying and selling my cars from the same dealer, for years; and always the same brand. Therefore, this new process was somewhat thrilling and exciting.
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