Finding the best car deals in Canada is made easy with CarCostCanada. You choose your make and model, and we tell you how you can get the best deal, incentives, and which dealer can provide you with the best price. When reading your CarCostCanada Invoice Price Report, there is quite a bit of information that can get a bit overwhelming. So, we have broken it down for you.
How to Read the Invoice Price Report
The first thing that you will see when you get your Invoice Price Report is some information about the specific car you have chosen. You’ll see a picture to ensure it is the right make and model you selected and you will also see some product information, the types of warranty you can get, the fuel economy, and the vehicle codes.
Next, you’ll see the actual pricing report. This will compare the retail price (what the dealer asks you to pay) and dealer price (what the dealer has paid for the vehicle). You’ll see the base price (how much the car is worth), the freight cost (how much it cost to ship it to the dealer), the options that you choose, the tax, and the total price comparison.
Current Factory Incentive Programs are shown next. In this section, you will learn about the different rebates and incentives you are able to receive if you follow through with the purchase of the car. You’ll know how much they are valued at, and when they expire so you know when the best time to purchase is. You will also see different finance and lease rates; these will tell you the different rates you can get for the car, who is offering them, how long the terms is (in months), and again when the offers expire.
Lastly, you will find the section on CarCostCanada’s Recommended Dealer. This dealer will ensure that you take advantage of the rebates, incentives, and discounts that you’re entitled to save up to thousands of dollars on your vehicle purchase.
Here you will find the dealer’s name, the address where it is located, the city it is located, the phone number, the primary contact for the dealership, and your primary contact for CarCostCanada. Whether you are planning on financing, leasing, or paying cash, we recommend talking to both the CarCostCanada specialist and the dealer in order to get the best deal for your new car.