Buying a new car through a broker?

I have pretty much decided to buy a Hyundai Veloster. I have checked the main dealerships and priced seem pretty fair. However, 2 discount sites are offering two to three grand of the list price for new cars, where I would be the 1st registered keeper. The sites are 'Drive the and ''.

They seem pretty legitimate. I have only made enquiries so far and not committed to anything - should I be wary?

Asked on 1 June 2013 by daveyh1

Answered by Honest John is the safest broker to buy via. The Veloster has not been a big seller, and that explains the discounts.
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