When it comes to driving down a price, a skilled negotiator knows he has exactly three options, all of which involve taking hostages in an office building and waiting for Kevin Spacey to show up. Creating a bidding war to save you the hassle when car shopping: CarWoo.
Just launched to the public after a year of vigorous testing, CW helps you land a bargain on new whips by pitting local dealers against one another for your business, all without your even having to step onto a lot (not a bad deal considering they're sandy and guarded by ferocious dogs who'll eat your balls). Choose the make/model (w/ option package, color, etc) and CW'll reveal your specs to their partnered dealerships (nearly 20% of all new-car dealers in the US), whose offers to you are made visible to one another in order to promote "aggressive competition" that's thus far saved buyers an average of $3K, so...they'll pay you $2500 for a used BRAT?! Every offer's fleshed with deets like the % discount off the sticker price, and when the deal'll expire, plus there's a chat box for direct contact, and a built-in widget for submitting counter offers, though what're you doing remodeling your kitchen when you set out to buy a car?
When you've found the best deal just click to alert the dealer and generate a printable price authentication certificate you can bring in on your own, unless of course you decide to frame it, in which case Chris Sabian'll probably show up too.