Dealer Inflated Window Stickers?

What is a Dealer Inflated Window Sticker?


They're called addendum's. Dealers add "equipment" to the Manufacturer MSRP to inflate the price of the vehicle. This allows dealers the ability to advertise their vehicles at lower prices because they will be adding back the bogus fees that were never there in the first place.

Fees like Nitrogen Tires, Paint and Fabric Protection


This dealer has over $2500 in fees, and we haven’t even got to the dealer doc fee yet.


What is an appearance package? If you were paying $1299 for it, wouldn’t you like to know?


And this dealer is so lazy, they can’t even come up with a fancy package name. They just call it ADM. I’m guessing for addendum thinking you won’t notice.


Here’s a real winner. This dealer is actually charging their customers for advertising to them. Isn’t that just a slap in the face?


Keep in mind that none of these dealer-inflated window stickers include the dealer doc fee. Almost every dealer in Tennessee charges one. Ours is only $399 and is currently the lowest in the state.

We want to earn your business! And do it the right way.

So before you think about going to the dealer that’s thousands lower, ask yourself, “Are they REALLY lower?” The best way to find out what your actually paying is to request an itemized buyers order. If they wont give that to you, somethings up. 

“If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is!”

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