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Vietnamese customers decided to say no to inflated cars

The long period affected by the epidemic brought industries, including the auto division, to a standstill. Therefore, not only in Vietnam, the global production of new cars in 2022 is at a low level, causing many dealers to suffer from bottlenecks. However, instead of manufacturers, retailers and consumers collectively accepting the time they have been severely damaged by Covid-19, retail outlets in Vietnam have tricks to aim the ax at. Customer.

Everything becomes normal when the dealer makes the delivery transparent, accurately reports the time until the car is delivered to the customer, and sells the car at the price proposed by the company. Instead, there are many car dealers in the market nationwide who use the trick of selling cars at a price channel with a large price differential to the sales contract. In this way, buyers have to pay a significant amount of money to get exorbitant bundles of accessories and most importantly, these additional devices go beyond their need. Even if they don’t accept losing money, the dealer is willing to refuse to sell the car.

Imported models that are of great interest to many people, such as the Ford Explorer, Hyundai Creta and Toyota Veloz Cross, are available for sale at dealerships with prices ranging from a few tens to several hundred million dongs. In addition, some legendary products in the Vietnamese market, such as the Land Cruiser, have a difference of up to billion dongs. What is surprising is that many customers, despite knowing that they are wasting money, still “grit their teeth” in a hurry to own a car in a short time.

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Car models that “eat” customers have a huge monetary difference.

Many customers are aware that the domestic car market is being manipulated and that the state budget is in deficit due to massive tax evasion if you pay carelessly. refuse to buy a car from the dealerships that quote the price difference. Recently, a customer named HMT residing in Hanoi posted an online conversation with a car sales consultant. When he received the difference in price for the product he wanted to buy, he firmly refused and opted for another car.

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A customer flatly refused to buy a car with the difference.

Many customers are aware that the domestic car market is being manipulated and that the state budget is in deficit due to massive tax evasion if you pay carelessly. refuse to buy a car from the dealerships that quote the price difference. Recently, a customer named HMT residing in Hanoi posted an online conversation with a car sales consultant. When he received the difference in price for the product he wanted to buy, he firmly refused and opted for another car.

This action by Mr. HMT was supported by many people. According to Mr TG, a customer wants to buy a car: “I’m like you HMT, when I asked an agent of the brand from the USA, the consultant said that the goods wanted to arrive at the end of May but owned the car at the time.” In this case, I need to buy an additional accessory pack for 50 million VND and I can’t choose a color. Another car, when I compared the selling price with the recommended price, I decided to buy it.”

In addition, another account called VTB, based in Cau Giay, Hanoi, praised Mr HMT: “This is the way when customers face the situation of buying a car and losing more money, the difference in money supply . That would be a waste of money. Consumers should speak out together and make everyone aware that the assumption of buying a car with peanuts encourages tax evasion and product speculation in the marketplace. . Let’s use the privilege of customers to speak out against the dealers who snap up and freely choose to buy cars from dealers who provide good customer care and after-sales service.”

Indeed, when customers pay the difference when buying a car, they suffer a simple loss, a double loss. After a new car rolls around, its value drops by up to 20%. Also, when owning a car, the owner has to pay many fees such as gasoline, road maintenance fees, parking fees, car maintenance, etc. The total amount for maintaining car usage per month now drops to about 6-7 million dong. Therefore, if you spend a few tens to a few hundred million dollars, the cost of using a car for the whole year will not fly.

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New cars lose 20% of their value after rolling.

Customers must therefore keep a cool head when buying a car. The Vietnamese car market is currently not short of brands with good product quality that don’t take advantage of the “sold out” situation to indicate price differences, so buyers should carefully study price information before making the decision to buy a car. Please consult friends, relatives and forums to understand the market information.

In addition, buyers can also learn to buy used cars, surfers. If you can get a thorough inspection of the condition of the car from the previous owner, it could be one of the most suitable options for that period.

In April alone, many US retailers had to compensate millions of dollars for selling cars at a price difference, forcing customers to buy accessory packages. Therefore, Vietnamese consumers hope that the authorities and manufacturers must intervene quickly to thoroughly solve the problem of car trade with “peace”, thus contributing to fairness and transparency in trade. to buy. In particular, if manufacturers cannot control the reseller’s quick-sell policy, its reputation may suffer and it may gradually lock itself out of sales competition. Selling cars in Vietnam.

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