Costco is already known as the king of "big box" stores. Currently the company already offers free samples, wedding services, discounted tickets to theme parks, and soon even a brand new car. Costco's Auto Program, which started up back in 2010, has been racking up positive reviews thanks to their discounts, overall quality, and customer services.
You can't swap your car any time you roll into their parking lot looking for 27 lbs of mac n' cheese. Instead Costco negotiates deals and discounts with local dealerships to eliminate the haggle harassment of car-buying. Costco evens trains members of participating dealerships in customer service and customer policy ensuring a no-strings attached shopping experience the megastore is known for.
With Costco's Auto Program, they're negotiating a deal off of the manufacturer's price, which means you still can pay mark-ups the dealership usually charges to cover their costs, but Costco's transparency policy means you get hardcopies of all of the discounted numbers including the packaged incentives (like leather instead of cloth), delivery charges, the original factory price, and how much the dealership had to pay to secure the car.
All the documents must compliant with Costco's partnership and you can verify numbers, file a compliant or request a different dealership through Costco themselves.
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