Exchange New Car Sales Purchases
ENCS Customers Can Save on Average $2000.00!
If you decided to purchase through Exchange New Car Sales and heeded the advice on this website to save an additional $2000 off your next vehicle purchase, please share your experience with us!
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After some thought, I would like to rewrite my message to share with the
I wanted to message you and whomever involved with this website to say thank
you. That site definitely opened up a lot of insight into my purchase. Long
story short: I’m buying my first new car, a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited,
and the ENCS rep I dealt with did just about everything you mentioned. However,
after reading this site, I did more research into ziebart, OPP, ect. Turns out
I can upgrade the factory warranty for $1,500 less than OPP, and the so-called
Ziebart plan is total crap! Like I really need scotch guard on leather seats!
Also, I asked for quotes from USAA’s car buying service to see what would be
the better buy. Turns out, staying with ENCS was the wisest move, but required
“fine tuning” to make it happen, per information I read from encssucks.com.
I immediately removed OPP and Ziebart ($2294 dollars), which brought to cost to
down to $37,000.09!!! I saved so much, I allowed myself one cosmetic change to
the vehicle. Additionally, I requested the full buyers offer reflecting the
changes, but refused to electroncally sign. I took their full buyer’s offer
print-out, printed/signed with my payroll signature and rank, scanned it, and
sent it back to the ISR with a official GOV digital signature, just in case
they try to pull a fast one on me. I know they weren’t happy with me, but who
cares! Plus, I had USAA finance me instead of the bank they chose, which
lowered my interest to 2.75%.
So, again, thank you for the service you provided, via your website. And I’m
happy to report, to the chagrin of the ENCS reps here, SEVEN of my co-workers
followed suit, and also saved big. I guess they would rather live with whatever
commission they would get, as opposed to losing a sale. So my message to my
brothers and sisters in arms around the world is read up on encssucks.com, pay
close attention to what your ISR does, don’t back down to these jackels, and
you can actually get a great deal.
A very satisfied Techinical Sergeant,
Exchange New Car Sales Customer
Response to Christopher
Christopher, I’m glad that you were able to save that much with your new Cherokee with just a little research about Exchange New Car Sales and how they operate and finding outside financing. Check your final order and approve it by email to ensure this Exchange New Car Sales Fraud doesn’t happen to you to reapply the Ziebart and the unremarkable and costly Owners Protection Plan that is on top of your Standard Factory Warranty, provided to you by yours truly, Exchange New Car Sales.
New offer $36,680 we get $14,000 in trade on our vehicle that we owe $10000 forWe aren’t getting OPP
Exchange New Car Sales Customer
Response to Jeremy
Great savings of $5000 with hard negotiations, Jeremy! It must have been tough with all the objections the pesky Independent Sales Representatives at Exchange New Car Sales tried to handle. Enjoy that $5000 from ENCS savings!
Exchange New Car Sales — Saving You More
Because You Deserve It!
Saving money on buying a new car isn’t difficult, unless approached by an Independent Sales Representative with Exchange New Car Sales or Navy Autosource that is allowed to sell intangible goods (until they are delivered) through AAFES as an independent contractor. By all means, you shouldn’t avoid those Exchange New Car Sales guys dressed in blue—Exchange New Car Sales gives the best deals on cars without a doubt to the community of the Armed Forces serving overseas—take advantage of this deal while you can. However, be weary of bank contracts that they provide you—some can have a higher APR than outside lenders and some can help you if you have bad credit. It’s up to you to decide if you want Exchange New Car Sales to go out and search loans. However their sweet talk may be to “run the application (or EZApp)” through the proprietary software of MilQuote that Exchange New Car Sales runs, take a second, sit back and say: “No”. This will allow you to find your own lenders, with a bank that you have been a loyal member of for years, which is most likely going to give you a better APR. An ISR only makes $10 from submitting an application for sending out loan applications—however, I would prefer my own, trusted bank. In addition to the time spent looking for an outside lender, you can ponder: “Is this purchase at Exchange New Car Sales, isn’t my car back home fine or will a used car do until I decide to buy a new one?” which may you sway into cancelling your vehicle sooner than later, when it’s too late.
This Info on Exchange New Car Sales Can Save You Money
By reading over this information and some of the comments above from satisfied Exchange New Car Sales customers, you can see that customers save on average of $2000 when researching this website with tips and tricks of saving and avoiding fraud at Exchange New Car Sales. I have even had one customer save an additional $5000 from his purchase. No matter how hard Exchange New Car Sales tries to get you to purchase Owners Protection Package, Ziebart, Auto Appearance Package or the Tire and Wheel Package—say “no” and stand your ground. Your factory warranty covers all of that in yearly increments and will suffice the lifetime that you own the vehicle and the Exchange New Car Sales “seven year” (75,000 miles only) warranty.
You could be an Exchange New Car Sales customer that saves $2000.00 or more too!
Hope You Save Thousands With ENCS!
Happy shopping at Exchange New Car Sales,