Top 5 things you should never buy from your car dealer

Filed under: Car Buying, Ownership and Repair, New Car Tips, Round ups

After revealing the best ways to spot a shady mechanic or dealer and the top 10 things your car dealer won’t tell you, it seems only fitting we look at some of the easiest ways you can save big and avoid over paying for some of the most common replacement parts from the dealership. Whether you bought your car new or used, remember it’s important to maintain it properly and use high-quality OEM or aftermarket replacement parts for any repairs.

While we’ll admit certain replacement parts makes sense to buy new from a dealership for reliability and warranty reasons, it’s the more common stuff that can often represent the biggest value and savings if you shop around. Our friends at AOL Autos have put together this list of top 5 items you shouldn’t buy from your car dealer, as they can often be found much cheaper at your local big box shop or auto parts store instead.

Click here to find out the stuff you don’t need to buy from your car dealer.


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