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Entering a car lot is a bit like that scene in Behind Enemy Lines when Jude Law blunders into a booby-trapped minefield. In short, you're going to get badly burned. (Germans might also shoot at you, although that's pretty rare.)

Fortunately, it's possibly to drive out of the dealership in a new car without blowing up your wallet in the process. Here are ten expert tips to ensure you get the best deal.


Depending on your terms, the interest on your car loan can add up quite a bit. Your rate will depend on a few different factors, and whether the car is new or used is one of them. Rapid Finance explains why used cars typically have higher interest rates.


Aside from a house, buying a new car is probably the most expensive investment you will ever make. It therefore pays to do plenty of research so you can get the best deal possible. This infographic contains a useful array of car buying tips that take you through every step of the process - from planning your budget and arranging a loan to trading in your current car and avoiding tricks in the contract.