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Posted 26 April 2019 - 12:20 AM

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First time car buyer here. Planning to sign for my first car soon. Will be buying a new car at an AD.

 

Any brothers/sisters here can advice on what to take note of when signing for the car?



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Posted 26 April 2019 - 07:08 AM

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T&C like how many COE Bids,Car Mfg Date....Interest Rates...blah blah..,can share with us What Car you are Buying.?


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Posted 26 April 2019 - 07:37 AM

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Check whether price is for guaranteed or non guaranteed COE

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Posted 26 April 2019 - 11:12 AM

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T&C like how many COE Bids,Car Mfg Date....Interest Rates...blah blah..,can share with us What Car you are Buying.?

Intend to sign an attrage.

Car mfg date means like when the actual car was made in the factory? Should I be concern if it is old stock?

Interest rates cannot bargain right? 😂

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Posted 26 April 2019 - 11:32 AM

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Nothing much. Just have to make sure your personal particulars are correct, T&C clearly stated before signing.

 

What usually goes wrong are ppl's unrealistic expectations vs reality. And the communications they have with the ppl involved.

 

And another thing is that if you are undecided for whatever reason dont waste everyone's time...dont sign. Cos once signed it's an agreement that's legally binding, changing your mind and want to get another car there will be a penalty. It's not like the auntie buying fish or vegetable in the market, undecided as to what to buy. You will be surprised there are such ppl and they have the cheek to post in a car forum to comprain.


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Posted 26 April 2019 - 01:07 PM

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Intend to sign an attrage.

Car mfg date means like when the actual car was made in the factory? Should I be concern if it is old stock?

Interest rates cannot bargain right? 😂

 

The agreement should state the Year of Manufacture (YOM).

 

It should be 2019 YOM. If it's 2018 YOM, there should be further discount.

 

if you had test driven the car under a Sales person, then you can't change a sales person for a month.

 

Rule of thumb is to shortlist a car and ask around for best deal.  Some sales person can give you  a better deal with more freebies if they need to hit their sales quota.

 

C&C Fulco Ubi is more flexible with the terms  as they are the authorised dealer. 

 

C&C Leng Kee is firm. No negotiation. 

 

If you don't mind a used Attrage, this one month old Attrage 'Style' with body kit is a good catch at $59K (before bargaining)

https://www.sgcarmar...=820518&DL=1000

 

Save $7,000 off the price of a new Attrage (Style - with bodykit)  which sell s at $67K, and there's no guarantee you will secure the COE, as this price is under non guaranteed COE

https://www.sgcarmar...p?CarCode=11610


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Posted 26 April 2019 - 01:36 PM

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The agreement should state the Year of Manufacture (YOM).

It should be 2019 YOM. If it's 2018 YOM, there should be further discount.

if you had test driven the car under a Sales person, then you can't change a sales person for a month.

Rule of thumb is to shortlist a car and ask around for best deal. Some sales person can give you a better deal with more freebies if they need to hit their sales quota.

C&C Fulco Ubi is more flexible with the terms as they are the authorised dealer.

C&C Leng Kee is firm. No negotiation.

If you don't mind a used Attrage, this one month old Attrage 'Style' with body kit is a good catch at $59K (before bargaining)
https://www.sgcarmar...=820518&DL=1000

Save $7,000 off the price of a new Attrage (Style - with bodykit) which sell s at $67K, and there's no guarantee you will secure the COE, as this price is under non guaranteed COE
https://www.sgcarmar...p?CarCode=11610

Aiyo after seeing that attrage ad make my life so much more difficult 😂😂

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Posted 26 April 2019 - 01:38 PM

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Aiyo after seeing that attrage ad make my life so much more difficult 😂😂

 

There is no harm to view the 1 month old Attrage and go for a test drive. You are covered by the lemon law. It's a safe buy.

 

There's still 4 yrs 11 months warranty left on the used Attrage.

 

When you buy used, you are not tied down by the terms and conditions. 

 

You can source for your cheapest insurance & loan and can sell your current car on your own and secure  a higher resale value. The trade in prices quoted by C&C is an absolute insult. As good as paper value.

 

Buy the used one and take the $7,000 savings to pay for your road tax till the car is scrapped.


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Posted 26 April 2019 - 01:50 PM

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There is no harm to view the 1 month old Attrage and go for a test drive. You are covered by the lemon law. It's a safe buy.

There's still 4 yrs 11 months warranty left on the used Attrage.

When you buy used, you are not tied down by the terms and conditions.

You can source for your cheapest insurance & loan and can sell your current car on your own and secure a higher resale value. The trade in prices quoted by C&C is an absolute insult. As good as paper value.

Buy the used one and take the $7,000 savings to pay for your road tax till the car is scrapped.

It's a direct owner sale, am I still covered by lemon law?

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Posted 26 April 2019 - 01:53 PM

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It's a direct owner sale, am I still covered by lemon law?

 

Don't worry. You are covered by the 5 year warranty from C&C.

 

I think this car will be in a better condition than showroom or test drive cars.

 

And check with the owner if there's free servicing & service credits given when he made the purchase. 


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