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#766 of 769 Re: No Responses from Carwoo [mikeytp]
Jan 31, 2013 (3:50 am)
I too have attempted to use Carwoo a couple of times. I really got nothing useful either time. One time I did get a couple of quotes which were not as good as quotes I got on my own.
I suspect dealers have concluded folks who use Carwoo, or True Car, are reluctant to negotiate and are only looking for a discounted price. Dealers likely do not provide their lowest price to Carwoo inquiries.
Really, when purchasing a vehicle, nothing replaces actual negotiations with the sales staff. And, IMHO, it is always best to initiate contact with a dealer through the dealer's internet staff.
#767 of 769 CarWoo = Car Poo
Feb 08, 2013 (10:34 pm)
Similar experience here. Tried using CarWoo three times. Twice, I received no response from any dealer. The other time, only one dealer responded and he didn't even have an offer, he just asked me to give him the chance to match any other offer I got.
#768 of 769 What does it hurt to try?
Mar 16, 2013 (5:09 am)
Carwoo is anonymous and free. What does it hurt to try? Contrary to the other posts here I got a great offer on Carwoo. Almost too good to be true. What I wonder is if the dealer is obligated to honor the price?
#769 of 769 Re: What does it hurt to try? [bradkf]
Mar 16, 2013 (5:18 am)
Please let us know whether the dealer did honor the Carwoo price.