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What are dealer charges?

 

What are dealer charges?

The Bankrate.com financial term of the day is: "Dealer Charges"

Dealer charges are what you pay for the little extras a dealer can tack on to your new car, sometimes unnecessarily. For example, your car may come with rustproofing, undercoating or an extended warranty. If you don't want these things, you might say no -- and save.

Want to hold down the cost of your new car? You might find opportunities for savings by taking a close look at dealer charges added on at the lot.

For information on great cars and great car loan rates, visit the Auto section at Bankrate.com.

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