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There are a number of books available on the subject of leasing and buying cars. Some of these books are excelent while others aren't worth the paper their written on.  Here are the best ones that we have found:

 

lesson_sm.jpg (20755 bytes)Leasing Lessons for Smart Shoppers
Author: Mark Eskeldson
Publisher: TechNews Publishing
Price: $8.95

Consumer advocate and auto expert Mark Eskeldson blows the lid off of the lid off of what could be the biggest consumer fraud of the decade: deceptive sales practices taught nationwide, over six years, to dealers and sales people representing the second largest automaker in the US. Quoting from actual training mauals and company documents, Eskeldson details the sleazy practices by Ford and other automakers used to rip-off their customers to the tune of thousands of dollars each. His book is full of excellent tips, strategies, and worksheets for dealing with the many auto leasing scams.

braggbk.jpg (11195 bytes)Car Buyer's and Leaser's Negotiating BibleCar Buyer's and Leaser's Negotiating Bible
Author: W. James Bragg
Publisher: Random House
Price: $12.95

This extremely well written book covers all the bases of buying a new vehicle. Bragg manages to make a rather dry topic of how to buy a car into rather lively and entertaining situations that we can all relate to. Jam-packed with well thought-out strategies and tips on shopping and negotiating, this is one of the best car buying books out there.

cardealerbk.JPG (4841 bytes)What Car Dealer's Don't Want You To Know
Author: Mark Eskeldson
Publisher: TechNews Publishing
Price: $11.95

All the bases are covered in this candid and to-the-point book which expose in detail the dirty tricks and scams car lealers use to separate you from your hard-earned money. Eskeldson covers topics often overlooked in other car books such as extended warranties, one-price and no-haggle dealers, auto brokers and car-buying services, service department secrets, and lemon-law resources. 

Car Shopping Made Easy
Author: Jerry Edgerton
Publisher: Warner Books
Price: $10.99

Written by Money Magazine senior writer Jerry Edgerton, this book has everything you need to find the right car and the right deal. Edgerton takes you through creating your own "Auto-Biography", a sort of need/want analysis to help you determine exactly what kind of car you should buy and how much you should pay. Edgerton also does a good job at laying out the facts of leasing, how to determine the safety record of new and used models, and comparing traditional dealerships to no-haggle dealers. Other topics in this extremely well-written book include, determining the resale value of a new car before you buy, and determining the dealer's true cost before going into the showroom.