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As somebody that works at one of the Largest Nissan Dealers in the U.S. articles like this while I like the fact for a change MSN said we work hard and need to make a living. However when you read and follow these games that websites like MSN Auto's, KBB.com, Cars.com, Edmunds, and other sites tell you, as a consumer ...more
Donald if you don't like this Country feel free to leave. It is apparent that your not even close to the 1% and you blame them for seeing what they needed to do to be part of that 1% and you like so many others decided it would be easier to blame others instead of taking a look at yourself. It's not the 1% that is to...more
I figured it out Laura Martienz is a victem of not being scamed at a car dealership however she saw the value paid full price like she should of, and later found out she paid more than she had too. It's funny women think they have to take a man with them to buy a car, the funny thing I make more of men, then I do off ...more
My first question is what is your background that says you know what your talking about. The worst thing with these articles is they don't take into account the saleperson's need to make a living. As far as using KBB and Edmunds you might as well go to joeblowcars.com since none of those websites have a buy button. ...more
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