Five days ago on dealerelite.net I posted this Blog titled True Car Pricing. I reviewed the snap shot of Seven vehicles SOLD in a regional area. Today I went back to TrueCar.com and reviewed "My Vehicles". Check out the difference when four cars got added to the metrics from 7 to 11 Regional Sold.
According to TrueCar, if I would have purchased this vehicle on 12/8/2012, I would have paid too much.
Same Car. Same Invoice. Same Sticker
The top is from the blog post on 12/8/2012 (RED) and the bottom screen is from today 12/13/2012 (GREEN)
A Good Price adjusted from $37,794 to $37,436 <$358>.
A Great Price adjusted from $36,742 to $36,400 <$342>.
I'm confused.....What is a Good Price?
Why does TrueCar.com end a post with:
"Good luck in your negotiations, and let us know how your trip to the dealership went. And remember to take your printed TrueCar Price Report with you!
The TrueCar Team
I thought True Car was to help eliminate negotiations?