Everyone deserves
a fair and honest price


Set your own terms to buy the car you want
and get the lowest possible price online



You are in the market for a new car,
and you want...



01


To negotiate online

Negotiate with car dealers in your area, from the comfort of your home. No more face-to-face negotiations!

02


The best price

Take advantage of our unique process, in which car sales reps aren't afraid to offer you their very best prices!

03


Your own terms

Set your own conditions ­ for price, payment terms or anything else – to buy the car you want.

What makes us unique?


VinDeals is the first and only online platform to provide a win-win environment for buyers who dislike in-person negotiations but have serious intentions to buy a car, and for sales reps who aren't swayed by price competition.

Testimonials

Learn what our customers have to say.


If you don't like to negotiate with salesmen
I was looking for a family SUV big enough for me, my 2 sons and their sports activities. If you don’t like to negotiate with salesmen which I don’t, then this a great way to purchase a vehicle. I got my new Hyundai Santa Fe with $5000 off the price.

- Jodie Gallard

Was surprised at how easy this was
Was surprised at how easy and fun this was. I ended up with a better deal than expected. I asked for $2000 discount but one of the dealers offered $3500 to earn my business. Which I didn't mind, of course. Picked up my new VW from the dealership 2 days ago. No Surprises

- Jay Young

I had the very best experience
I had the very best experience in buying my 2018 Nissan Murano. I was referred to VinDeals by my friends (they bought 2018 Pathfinder). Dealer experience was very good. Came to them and signed the papers. And that's it. Got a great vehicle.

- Susan Davies

Frequently asked questions

What do I need to know before I use VinDeals?

There are two prerequisites to getting the most out of VinDeals: you must know what car you want to buy, and how much you're willing to pay for it.

How much of a discount can I ask for?

There's no limit. You can ask for as much of a price cut as you want. Just as in any real negotiation, if you ask for an unrealistic discount, the salesperson will simply ignore your request. So set a price/payment you think is fair. If your request is realistic, the right salesperson will get in touch with you.

How do I know I'm getting the best price?

You will definitely get the best available online price, and you don't need any special negotiation skills to make it happen. When you submit your offer and terms to buy a vehicle, it becomes available to all salespeople in your area, so they have to compete with each other to earn your business. What's more, since every offer in our system is secured by a deposit, salespeople will offer you their very best prices. Guaranteed!

Why do I have to provide a security deposit?

Securing your offer with a deposit sends salespeople a strong signal that they're competing not for a "maybe" customer, but for a "ready-to-make-a-decision" customer. It's up to them to present the best offer they can to earn your business. And they won't be scared to do it, because you've left a deposit, and they know you'll come to them if their price is the lowest.

How much is the security deposit?

Normally, a car dealership will ask for a $500 deposit to hold and secure a vehicle for you after a Purchase Agreement has been signed. Since you will be using your money for that purpose anyway, we are offering to use it in a more efficient way – to get you the best available price here on VinDeals.ca.

VinDeals will ask only $250 as a security deposit and it is fully refundable.

Is a security deposit refundable?

Yes. Your deposit is 100% refundable. The only condition is that you must deal with the salesperson who accepted your offer to finalize the deal. So if you're serious about buying a car, and not just doing preliminary research, then using VinDeals won't cost you a penny.

You will lose your deposit only if you fail to honor the conditions you set to buy the car. But why would you do that?