"fair" is in YOUR own mind. Watch pawn stars on TV. People say "I won't let it go for less than $1000" and promptly sell it for $300. Was it fair? If not then why did they sell it so cheap? What you'll hear them say is "I got what I wanted"... I sold houses for a number of years and I'd hear that over and over and over..."joe down the street got $200k for his and mine's nicer!"..No, Joe ASKED $200 and took $165. He told YOU he 'got what he wanted" and you ASSUMED that to be $200k.
If two parties agree to to the deal then it was fair - I've met many 'high pressure' sales people but have yet to meet one that puts a gun to the customers head.
think like THEY think. It's a "Unit" and nothing more. they come off an assembly line every day. More will come next week, month, etc. DO NOT get 'attached' to a specific unit.
telling them to 'stuff it' and walking away often gets them to come running. Great sales tactic on the buyers part. Got my current car at 1.2% interest that way (capitol one..not some manufacturer special). I said I'd use my credit union, the'll do 2.2 w/ auto pay. they insisted on trying to beat that.
Coulda maybe got our TT 1k less if I had been more willing to walk away. Next time I'll do better. A couple I know followed a unit from show to show and eventually got the $199,000 msrp rig for $120,000. that was their figure - could they have gotten it for less? Who knows.
Most of us have a figure in mind when buying (or selling). Gimme THAT figure and the deal is done. And if it's done it was FAIR!
If you have regrets later, buyers remorse, second thoughts, keep looking to see if you coulda mebbe got it for less - well, that's on you. Doesn't mean it wasn't a fair deal.
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