In 2014, Saudi Arabia’s automotive sector broke into the top 15 markets of the world, selling 1 million units in the year. In the first quarter of 2015, it saw further growth of 6.4%, with 211,389 units of light vehicles being sold.
With the planned introduction of VAT in 2018, the prices of the vehicles in the country are expected to rise and it is estimated that there will be a significant rise in the number of consumers in 2017, who will be looking to buy a car before the tax is implemented.
If you are also one of them, follow these steps to get the best car prices in Saudi Arabia.
First of all, you need to understand that buying a car is a big and long-term investment. It isn’t like you are to going to change it every month. So, go through all your options thoroughly, identify your needs and plan your budget. Different cars and models of those cars will have different features. Conducting thorough research will help you understand what you need and what you don’t. If any of your friends or relatives are using that particular vehicle, ask for their recommendations too.
The price of the same car can differ from dealer to dealer, which most people are not aware of. Going to different sellers and talking to them over the phone may take some time but it will be well worth it if you end up saving a few bucks. If you are confused between two cars, compare their features and prices, you may find a few differences and opt for the one that gives you value for money.
Just like smartphones and other gadgets, automobiles are also being sold at cheaper prices online. However, given that this is a much larger investment, people prefer to personally check the vehicle out at physical stores. If you have the patience to browse through the internet for a few hours, you may end up finding with the best car prices in Saudi Arabia.
Look for Deals and Offers
In the present day scenario, you don’t even have to look for offers, the company’s representative will tell you about them himself. But what you should look for are the add-ons. Go to the manufacturer’s website and see if there is any special offer or sale or even cash back offer. For example, Toyota Arabia gave its customers an additional lucrative cash back offer on the Hilux in September 2016.