Most people hate dealing with sales people of any kind, and I am sure the same holds true of those interested in Acura car dealers. After all, buying a new car of any kind is a big investment and not one that most people look forward to making. Certainly that very first car is exciting, and then the very first new car, but after that, the thrill is gone, especially when you think of having to make those payments every month. This is one of the reasons the need to be cautious of Acura car dealers is important, to ensure that no one is taking advantage of you in any way. You should know what your trade-in is worth and how much the average selling price is for the car you are looking to buy. If you do some research beforehand, it will be much more difficult for you to get a bad deal. Since we can't always depend on others to give us the information that we need, we have to learn how to find the information on our own. After all, we have to look out for ourselves; no one else is going to do that for us.
Researching the honesty of a car dealership isn't that difficult if you know the places to look, namely the Better Business Bureau and the Department of Consumer Affairs. These two agencies are the biggest regarding consumer complaints and will have record of all complaints filed within a given period of time, usually three years, the nature of the complaint, and how the complaint was handled. By discovering the nature of any complaints filed and how they were handled, a potential buyer can decide if they wish to do business with a particular Acura dealership. As a buyer, don't concern yourself with issues that have been taken care of, but father with issues that were long and drawn out to which the dealership failed to respond.