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Buying car urgently via Unhaggle?

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Buying car urgently via Unhaggle?

How fast is the unhaggle.com process? From the day one signs up the Premium service until the day the car be picked up? Assuming I know exactly what I want and stock is available.
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Aug 21, 2014
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wyho007 wrote: How fast is the unhaggle.com process? From the day one signs up the Premium service until the day the car be picked up? Assuming I know exactly what I want and stock is available.
I think it is 3 business days for them to find you a 10 best deals (offers are numbered from 1 to 10), every offer tell you their (unknown dealership) best offer for the vehicle you ask.
From my experience, an offer will include the price for the vehicle, not the extra accessories you had asked them, but they might include the price of accessories separate (prices from their websites usually).
The offers have the time of getting a car, based on your initial offer you put at Unhaggle; You will not get a dealership name or location till you pay a small amount of money (usually $200 that will goes into downpayment.
If you have a problem with a dealership re: the price, Unhaggle is asking to contact them.

One can get a quite good price from them, or use it as base to bargain even more from dealerships. One has 2 days to responds to the offer, and it will no valid longer after that period, as the dealers are oblige to keep the car in offer for that period, so if no one respond, they can sell it to another client.

I used 2 their offers, yet did not bought a car, but it was my personal choice.

Ps. Tip: search an Internet for some discounts from their premium service, even 20 backs will make you difference of 22.6 off the price for example.
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Unhaggle is probably the best way to get a good deal on short notice as they do everything for you. If you have a bit of time you can take that quote to another dealer and they usually match it, thus saving you the unhaggle fee since they refund if you get a better deal.
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Sounds good! Moving soon and will be on a car rental, so I need to get a car asap.
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why not message @unhaggle on here for a direct response?
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6mthatch wrote: why not message @unhaggle on here for a direct response?
I already did. They said a week. Want to check on the real experience here.
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Depends on the vehicle; Unhaggle process dealership bids will include the expected time the vehicle will be available.

So if you're trying to buy an in-demand or low-availability vehicle, you will be able to close the deal within 5 business days but still not have the vehicle for weeks or months (depending on the vehicle.)
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Just FYI I've seen hundreds of Unhaggle leads come through, but I've never once seen Unhaggle reach out to me for a quote to provide a guest themselves.

Not sure what this process is or what it entails, but I suspect it is just submitting your information to a dealer or dealers for follow up using suggested guidelines.

I would be interested in a screenshot of this bidding war type report that is generated if it exists.

Get the free invoice price, and email a few dealers to get your pricing.
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from what i've seen, unhaggle carrys current year lineup from all the mainstream brands, so if you search now, it would be 2017/2018 car, if you want a 2016 car you need to go to the dealer directly?
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divx wrote: from what i've seen, unhaggle carrys current year lineup from all the mainstream brands, so if you search now, it would be 2017/2018 car, if you want a 2016 car you need to go to the dealer directly?
@unhaggle has been posting 2016 prices in his thread still.
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