WOODBURY, New York, June 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
A unique distributor relationship with manufacturers allows International AutoSource (IAS) to offer expats moving to the U.S. factory-direct, invoice-based pricing. IAS is a manufacturer-authorized distributor that offers a factory-authorized buying program. This eliminates the "middleman" that exists with internet car-buying services which provide referrals to local dealerships. As a result, buying through IAS means expats have the opportunity to save thousands of dollars on a new vehicle lease or purchase.
Advantages Over Car Dealerships - The IAS No-Negotiation Price Policy offers set prices that are guaranteed to be the lowest in the U.S. and the Full Disclosure Policy promises no hidden costs, with all specifications and options clearly listed on a written quote. Finally, IAS will help expats without a U.S. driving history or U.S. credit history secure low-rate auto insurance and obtain access to leasing and financing options. A traditional local dealership is simply unable to provide these critical customer services.
Disadvantages of Using Car Buying Services - Car Buying Services are designed to generate leads for dealers by locating vehicles for customers within dealer networks. Their pricing structure includes mark ups that build profit for the dealer and the Car Buying Service. Unfortunately for customers, the savings benefits are minimal and these mark ups are often hidden or undisclosed. Most Car Buying Services can't offer finance solutions to Expats without a credit history. If you find one that does, beware of the interest rate as it is likely to be exceptionally high.
The Bottom Line - IAS will enable expats to save substantial amounts of money on the purchase, financing and insurance of a new vehicle.
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SOURCE International AutoSource