How much money can CarBargains save you on your next new car?

Our customers save an average of $1,602 compared to TRUECar®

TRUECar® is a car shopping service Consumer Reports, AARP, USAA, American Express, and other respected organizations steer their members to. See many price comparisons at featured in NY Times article "TrueCar's No-Haggle Promise Meets a Chorus of Grumbles".

For more than 25 years Consumers' Checkbook has offered
itsCarBargains service helping consumers
save hundreds — often thousands — of dollars while bypassing all the hassles and
high-pressure sales tactics of traditional car shopping.

CarBargains is Non-Profit

Nonprofit, Independent, Unbiased

We are a nonprofit dedicated to informing and protecting consumers. We take no money from dealers and have no conflicts of interest.

We Don't Sell Your Information

Total Privacy

We don’t sell or give your personal information to dealers, so you’ll never be bombarded with phone calls or emails.

Here's how it works...

Step 1

Tell us the make, model, and style of the car you're looking for and whether you want to purchase or lease.

Step 2

Our expert staff contacts at least 5 dealers near you and gets them to give us their most competitive pricing.

Step 3

We provide you an in-depth report that shows the price commitment and all fees for each dealer.

Step 4

You decide which dealer you want to get the vehicle from and select and confirm color and options with the dealer.

100% Money Back Guarantee

You'll have the expert staff of our nonprofit consumer organization (founded in 1974) on your side throughout the process. You’ll walk away knowing that you got the best possible price on your new car, guaranteed. If you’re able to beat the lowest CarBargains price, we’ll refund you the service fee.

Save thousands on your new car

Our expert staff will reach out to collect bids from at least five dealers in your area - getting you the best deal possible on your next car.

Get Started 137 car purchases over nearly six months it saved consumers an average of $1,550 compared with the TrueCar® price.
The New York Times
In nine out of ten comparisons the lowest CarBargains bid beat the lowest Internet bid, even after adding in the service fee.
Money Magazine
CarBargains has gotten lower price quotes than other car-buying services in several consumer tests.
Kiplinger's Buyer's Guide
...CarBargains, a non-profit buying service, got the best deal-- $3,000 off the sticker price.
ABC's 20/20
...CarBargains delivered the best new-car price in our search.
Motor Trend

Our expert staff is ready to help, or you can learn how to do it yourself.