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Hi, I'm new to car buying and am planning to purchase my first vehicle (used Volvo) in the next couple of months. I have done some research and generally, it seems that paying cash for a car is a bad idea when buying from a dealership, as it can drive the prices up since you aren't paying the extra from financing. However, I am strictly looking to buy a used vehicle, and wanted to know if offering to pay cash to a dealership (instead of financing) would give me any advantage in the price negotiation?

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Aside from providing you the history of a used vehicle, dealers usually offer financing options that will help you lower the original price of the car you want. You can also enjoy tax benefits and might also offer you good terms in warranties. There a lot of good dealerships nowadays. If you're near Albuquerque, NM visit the Trusted Kia Dealers in Albuquerque to get the best help you can get.

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