As a valued member, you receive AAA pre-negotiated pricing—without the haggling—on both new and pre-owned cars through a select network of recommended dealers. You’ll still get all manufacturer’s rebates and financing incentives, plus, save 15-20 percent on extended warranties and aftermarket accessories.1
3 EASY STEPS TO MAKING YOUR NEW CAR OR USED CAR PURCHASE
Locate a AAA-recommended dealer
Complete a simple online form to be referred to the recommended dealer near you. Your dealer will contact you within 24 hours; or if you prefer, you can call and make an appointment for a test drive.
Buy Your Car at a Great Price
Show your AAA membership card and ask for the AAA Member Pricing Agreement with preferred, pre-negotiated pricing. Then test-drive the vehicle you want with no obligation to buy. When ready, buy with confidence and without the hassle.
FOR OUR MEMBERS
Auto Club's Popular Top 10 Car Lists
With advances in new technology—especially with the proliferation of electric vehicles on the market—deciding which new car is for you is tough. Thanks to ongoing research conducted by the Auto Club’s Automotive Research Center (ARC), we have a variety of Top 10 Lists to help guide you.
You’ll also find articles on safety research, vehicle maintenance, and more. Take advantage of your member benefit.
Leasing Versus Buying Your Next Car
Trying to decide if leasing is right for you? Before you sign on the dotted line, take a look at this article for a better understanding of what leasing really is. We've compiled a brief explanation to try to take some of the mystery out of leasing a new car or truck. Most of us understand the process of getting a car loan—you decide which car you want to buy, negotiate an acceptable price, decide how much money to put down, and make sure the monthly payment will fit into your budget. It's pretty easy!
So why is leasing so hard to understand? And is it as good as some say it is? Let's start with the basics.
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1Based on dealer data from January 1, 2012 thought December 31, 2012.
AAA car buying services are only available to AAA members, with no obligation to purchase a vehicle after consulting with a recommended dealer.
Available for most makes and models. Limited supply and special edition vehicles may be excluded. Other restrictions may apply. See dealer for details.