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    Hello everyone, I am about to buy my first car and would like some advice from you. After a tour of the dealers have reduced the choice to 3 cars (quite similar to each other in fact):
    - Free DUAL SEAT IBIZA 1.2
    - Chevrolet Aveo 1.2 LS LPG Eco Logic
    - Hyundai i20 1.2 LPG


    all 3 have the dual fuel petrol / LPG but the Aveo and the i20 are approved and the Ibiza is transformed by the dealer. Estimates for all, hovering between 11,000 and 11,500 so large price differences are not there.
    To be honest between 3 aesthetically ibiza attracts me most, however, the other seem more performance from the perspective of the LPG (as posts from the factory) and also consider consumption.
    I want to know some opinion from you that you'll be more experienced than me.

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    I will tell you to buy Hyundai i20 as it is a great car and also has good mileage and other features are also good.

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    Tired of getting screwed over by the new car dealers? If you are looking to get the best deal on your new Ford, then you are going to need to educate yourself on the buying process. I went to this site that taught me how to become an excellent negotiator in very little time. It attacked question like: How to buy a new Ford at invoice price? What is dealer holdback and how can this save me money? This is a very comprehensive email that breaks down the whole buying process from the second you first contact the Ford dealer until you sign the final papers. They will send you a “Dealer Negotiation Secrets and Tricks Guide” which will give you all of the information you need in order to make the best possible decision on your new Ford. I just printed out the email and gave it to my Ford sales guy and was able to purchase my new car below invoice. Ford dealers negotiate every day with the customers, but now it is your chance to have the upper hand. This is a must read if you are in the market for a new car, check out the site below:
    newfordincentives.com

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    thanks for given the new car tips as i am newbie its important for me

    thanks

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    thanks for sharing information, but i20 is good but now a days its very common, m waiting for i40 with nice suv look, Hyundai Cars are as always best.

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    Really great tips. I learned a lot of things from this thread. Thanks for sharing such important tips with us...

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    I will tell you to buy Hyundai i20

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    Hi,
    Don't tell the salesman you "love this car"....he knows you'll probably buy it regardless of price.Tell the salesman you're "looking and comparing"....he'll know he has to sharpen his pencil if he's gonna get your business.Finally, make sure the salesman has your phone number. Don't buy the day you're looking....let him call you back in a few days. I saved $6k on my new truck by waiting 4 days.If you want to get a good deal, don't buy a hot seller. The sales people know that if you don't buy it, the next person will. If you have lots of time, find 5 cars at a dealership and write down the stock numbers...if any of those cars are there in 90 days, they are paying interest on them to the bank and may "break even" on them just to get rid of them. Also, if you have a trade in, go to New Cars, Used Cars, Blue Book Values & Car Prices - Kelley Blue Book to see what you can expect to get on your trade.

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    The front grille and black air dam treatment also looks considerably fresher than the i30 styling, which is of course understandable, given its 2007 release.There are three model specs on offer; Active, Elite and Premium, and all are packed to rafters with features.Standard kit includes and air-conditioned glove box (cooling drinks or chocolates), keyless remote entry with central locking and alarm, Electric Folding side mirrors and windows, USB and full iPod compatibility (you just need to buy the special lead) and full size spare wheel. I think Hyundai i20 is the best.

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    There is a ton of information available on the internet. Do your research on the specific car you want. You will know how much the dealer paid (invoice- hold back money) you will not see hold back on the invoice form.

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