The search for the perfect car starts with looking for the right dealer, says Chris Stott, president of car sales consultancy Car Sales Marketing Inc. (CSM), a unit of the global automotive research firm Edmunds.

But the process can be more complex than that.

The process of finding a car dealer isn’t as simple as picking a car manufacturer or selecting a manufacturer.

It’s more complicated than that, Stott says.

To find the right dealership, it helps to understand the type of car that fits the market, what the dealer offers and what its margins are, he says.

For example, if you’re looking for a luxury car, Stotts advice would be to go to a dealership that sells luxury vehicles.

That’s because luxury cars tend to have a higher average price, which means they are more valuable, he adds.

When it comes to car financing, you’re better off buying a used car, rather than a brand new one, says Robert Smith, director of car finance research at brokerage firm Kelley Blue Book.

The car market is growing, and that’s what you need to know, he notes.

The average car finance rate is 2.3 percent, according to Kelley Blue Books.

So the next step is to narrow down your search to just the ones with the best incentives, the best financing options and the best price.

For that, you’ll want to research the car’s price from the dealer, which will be the most important part, says Adam Stapel, vice president of research and analysis at car finance site Edmunds, which tracks vehicle finance rates.

You can find more information about financing options by visiting the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) website, where you can see all of the incentives available.

The sites auto-partners, which include car dealers, auction houses, financing companies and lenders, also provide information on the financing terms and rates.

If you’re in the market for a used or new car, you may want to consult one of those sites, Smith says.

If you’re not in the car buying business, it’s probably best to do your research online, says Steve Smith, chief economist at car and truck finance firm Trulia.

If your car is worth $5,000 or less, you might want to go directly to a dealer and see if it has a car finance plan, he advises.

The next step in the process is to research financing offers on your own, but the best thing you can do is to ask a few friends for their help.

“I think it’s the best way to find the perfect deal,” Stott explains.

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