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Selling Toyota Corolla GLI 1996 (1997 Acquired) Automatic

Selling Toyota Corolla GLI 1996 (1997 Acquired) Automatic

Bulacan, Marilao

₱145,000

Automatic Verified Contact 193,000 km

1998 Toyota Corolla (big body) for rush sale in Pasig

1998 Toyota Corolla (big body) for rush sale in Pasig

Metro Manila, Pasig

₱90,000

Manual Verified Contact 150,000 km

1994 Toyota Corolla xe 2e engine for sale in Quezon City

1994 Toyota Corolla xe 2e engine for sale in Quezon City

Metro Manila, Quezon City

₱79,000

Manual Verified Contact 90,000 km

Selling Silver Toyota Corolla 1993 at 90000 km

Selling Silver Toyota Corolla 1993 at 90000 km

Metro Manila, Quezon City

₱128,000

Automatic Verified Contact 90,000 km

Toyota Corolla 1997 gli

Toyota Corolla 1997 gli

Pampanga, Porac

₱120,000

Manual Verified Contact 123,456 km

Toyota Corolla SPORT 2003 Tokunbo

Toyota Corolla SPORT 2003 Tokunbo

Cebu, Cebu City

₱130,000

Manual Verified Contact 60,000 km

1990 TOYOTA COROLLA SMALL BODY

1990 TOYOTA COROLLA SMALL BODY

Metro Manila, Quezon City

₱65,000

Manual Verified Contact 90,000 km

1995 TOYOTA COROLLA for sale in Bustos

1995 TOYOTA COROLLA for sale in Bustos

Bulacan, Bustos

₱100,000

Manual Verified Contact 162,426 km

Toyota Corolla Bigbody XL 1994

Toyota Corolla Bigbody XL 1994

Metro Manila, Muntinlupa

₱75,000

Manual Verified Contact 300,000 km

Selling Used Toyota Corolla 2000 Manual Gasoline in Makati

Selling Used Toyota Corolla 2000 Manual Gasoline in Makati

Metro Manila, Makati

₱88,000

Manual Verified Contact 219,079 km

2007 Toyota Corolla for sale in Quezon City

2007 Toyota Corolla for sale in Quezon City

Metro Manila, Quezon City

₱298,000

Manual

Sell 2nd Hand Toyota Corolla in Batangas City

Sell 2nd Hand Toyota Corolla in Batangas City

Batangas, Batangas City

₱225,000

Manual 70,000 Km

Toyota Corolla 2005 for sale in Pasig

Toyota Corolla 2005 for sale in Pasig

Metro Manila, Pasig

₱230,000

Automatic 140,000 Km

Toyota Corolla 1998 for sale in Marikina

Toyota Corolla 1998 for sale in Marikina

Metro Manila, Marikina

₱170,000

Manual 100,000 Km

Toyota Corolla 2007 for sale in Angeles

Toyota Corolla 2007 for sale in Angeles

Pampanga, Angeles

₱235,000

Automatic 130,000 Km

Sell 1998 Toyota Corolla in Santa Maria

Sell 1998 Toyota Corolla in Santa Maria

Bulacan, Santa Maria

₱145,000

Manual 120,000 Km

Toyota Corolla 2010 for sale in Bacoor

Toyota Corolla 2010 for sale in Bacoor

Cavite, Bacoor

₱375,000

Automatic 71,000 Km

Toyota Corolla 1997 for sale in Manila

Toyota Corolla 1997 for sale in Manila

Metro Manila, Manila

₱140,000

Automatic 100,000 Km

Take some time to write down what you want from a car: How many people does it need to sit? Would you like it to be small or large? Are there certain features that you feel you can’t live without?

What should you not say to a used car salesman?

With a comprehensive list of second-hand vehicles for sale you are looking at right now, we are sure you will find the right car for you or your loved one.

Philkotse.com is one of the most dedicated websites in the Philippines that let private car owners and certified car dealers list their available items, whether they are from Luzon, Visayas, or Mindanao.

The options you have are endless, which make sure you find not just the brand and model that you want, but also the type of car you need. The problem is that you have to deal with multiple salespeople and commit your time to check every unit you intend to buy.

In relation to this, you must know how to talk to the car seller professionally and wisely, as well as avoiding some phrases and sentences. Thus, here are some of the things you should “NEVER” say to a car salesperson:

1. Words Showing Too Much Liking of the Car

Surely, the used Toyota you have chosen to check out personally caught your interest for some reason. It might have features that you want, or it has been your dream car for so long. Stop for a minute and think. You may want this vehicle, but the used unit might not be in good shape and/or overpriced.

That being said, upon meeting the salesperson, even if the car is in good shape, never say anything that indicates you are so interested in the car. This may include “I really love this car!”, “This is my dream car.”, “I need a car now.”, and “Been wanting to own this car.

Those sentences and the like will be a bell ringing in the seller’s ears. This means they no longer have to meet you halfway with the price since, well, you won’t go home without the car.

2. Budget

When you look at different pre-owned Toyota Corolla currently for sale, you already have a budget in mind or the maximum amount you are willing to spare. If going for car financing, you also have a certain amount of monthly payment in mind.

These are the things you shouldn’t share with the car seller because they might not let you haggle with the price. Remember, most sellers will jack up the price because they expect that buyers will negotiate.

3. Words Indicative of Lack of or Little Knowledge About Cars

Once you give the seller an idea that you have minimal or no knowledge about cars, they can easily sell the unit to you. If you are planning to buy a brand-new or second-hand car from Toyota Philippines, it is always best to research information about the specific model. It is also recommended that you look for the critical features of a car, in general.

Similarly, ask the salesperson a lot of questions. This way, it will give them an idea that you know what you are looking for. Nonetheless, it is wise not to look for the smallest and not-so-essential features such as cup holders initially; do this in the latter part.

4. Disrespectful Words

Whether you are buying a Toyota Corolla from a car dealer or a private owner, you should always choose your words wisely. Never be too friendly, but never be arrogant as well.

Being too friendly might work against you since the seller can use that to entice you to buy the car at an unreasonable price. Similarly, being disrespectful is simply very unprofessional and uncivilized. Yes, there are sellers who play tricks on buyers, but that is not a reason for you to treat them badly.

Your Words Can Close a Good Deal

Closing a good car deal is not just about negotiation skills; it also depends on what you say and not say to the seller. To sum it up, it’s all about giving the seller the idea that you’re not so interested and you know what you are looking for while staying professional and respectful.

Thank you for visiting Philkotse.com, and we hope you find all the information you need through our updated articles, as well as your next car from our listing!