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Common "No Haggle" Pricing Questions

What are the benefits of "No Haggle" Pricing?


"Our customers love our 'no haggle' pricing because sometimes negotiating can become uncomfortable and time consuming for them. In fact, it is their least favorite part of the car buying experience. With 'no haggle' pricing, our customers know they are getting the same best price as anyone else. No one leaves wondering whether or not they received the best value for their money.  Not to mention, you don't have to spend all day at the dealership to buy a vehicle at Basney Honda."

Are the "No Haggle" prices comparable or better than other dealers?

"Our 'no haggle' prices are better than other dealers.  We take our time and use the tools and experience of our Used Car team to offer more value at a resonable price, that's better than our competitors.  Not only do our customers get the best price, but they also get the most simple, stress free car buying experience around."


Does this really mean, no negotiating on Price?


We have specific policies against the kind of negotiations that many have come to dislike, and because of that we won't break our policies or promises to you. We want you to feel comfortable with the whole process every step of the way. A large part of what we want to do is build trust with you, and you can be sure to be treated fairly at Basney Honda.

If you are looking for a stress-free used car buying experience, then visit Basney Honda near South Bend, IN in the MIshawaka, Granger, Elkhart, Goshen and Notre Dame area. We will gladly serve you and your family!

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