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It can vary from car to car and how hot the car is at the time.Most Franchise dreales (big dreales that sell New and Used) have an average markup on used cars from cost to Top asking price of around $3000.However, you must remember that as the car ages on the lot there will often be price cuts. Also if something comes up and it needs to be fixed (and added to the cost) the price is not going to be raised, there's just going to be less mark up.Also, often times, the car didn't come from the auction, but was a trade in sometimes the dealer has to step up and put more in the trade than they should, to put a deal together. then you will probably have less mark up on the car too.Also there's only so much you can ask (if the dealer isn't an idiot)..which is close to Nada Retail (otherwise no one will call about the car) If you have a car that's hot at the time and is bringing more at the auction, there won't be as much room for mark up.there you go ..that's just a small sample of the nuances of pricing cars on the lot. Some people think it's simple and all dreales are crooks. it's just not the case. We rarely have a situation where everything falls into place when we pay the right amount for the car and it sells fast before we mark it down AND the customer pays asking price. So $3000 may seem like alot put we rarely get that much average for a big dealer on used cars is around $1500 a car that's AFTER all of the above.
posted on Friday, April 12, 2013
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