3 things you should never tell a car salesman

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    By Michael McDonald/GOBankingRates

    Buying a new car ranks among the biggest purchases most people will ever make. The average cost to buy a new automobile is now nearly $34,000, according to Kelley Blue Book. With so much money on the line, it is natural that people get nervous about the deal they are getting.

    Many shoppers hate the process of buying a new car. In most cases, shopping requires you to go to a dealership and haggle with a car dealer. Say the wrong thing, and you can give the dealership the upper hand. Then, your new car might come with an unhealthy dose of "buyer's remorse."

    To get the best deal, there are several things a buyer should never say on the car lot.

    Click ahead for a look at three phrases you should avoid at all costs.


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