When Buying A Car Do You Stop If The Price Is On The Windshield?
As I was sitting in traffic last night on the way home, I noticed two used car dealerships. One had the year and price of the vehicle clearly displayed on the windshield and other did not.
I started to think that if I were in the market for a different vehicle I would most likely chose the dealer with the price on the windshield.
Why? Because if I have an idea of what my budget is for a vehicle, I am more likely to stop and check out a vehicle in my price range than stop and check out a vehicle only to find that it is not in my budget.
What say you? Do car dealerships that don't have the price displayed bother you?