Are the low prices in car ads legit’?

I just saw an ad from NJ #1 Volume Dealer for a 2017 Chevy Cruz LT for $59/mo for 24mo 24k mi., almost a true sign and drive, the only fee is $595 bank fee? Is this legit’?

Looking at car ads is like looking at a mirage in the street…

It will disappear as soon as we approach it.

Car ads are designed to trick us into going into a dealership. Because on average, a whopping 31 out of every 100 visitors to any dealership will go home with a new car the same day. This is why we see so many “amazing” deals in car ads.

This is why car dealerships give away free pizza, hold free circuses – even give away free cars. It gets us into their “stealership.”

These super-low-priced car ads are (usually) blatant lies. And there is nothing we can do about it. Car dealers get out of honoring these too-good-to-be-true prices by claiming the car was sold an hour before we walked into their dealership.

Can we sue a car dealership for false advertisement? Of course, we can try… but the car industry is in cahoots with people who craft our laws.

I NEVER look at car ads. It is a colossal waste of time.

Instead, I use my own KTL At-Home Leasing System to truly get the best price on new lease cars. With my system, there are no games, no false promises and no insults:

We always get $0 down leases. And we never go to a dealership… they deliver the car to us.