Car salesmen have a reputation for putting a ton of pressure on customers to make a sale. Sometimes, they will downright harass you until you give in and buy a car from them. It can be super intimidating, especially for a first-time buyer.

A new study revealed five cities in Texas that seem to have the pushiest auto dealerships according to data collected from over 40,000 low-star Google reviews for nearly 7,000 dealerships across the state.

You might want to avoid buying a car from a dealership in one of these cities, especially if you're a pushover.

5 Texas Cities Knowns For Really Pushy Car Dealerships

According to a recent study, the salespeople in these cities are cutthroat.

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If you're buying a car for the first time, or just looking for some tips on what NOT to say the next time you're trying to get a good deal on a ride, click here for some great advice. Buying a car is a huge investment and you have to stand your ground to get what you want. Don't let anyone take advantage of you.

And, if YOU are a pushy salesperson...shame on you. I understand you're trying to pay your bills...but do you ever lose sleep over the garbage you've talked a customer into overpaying for? I sure hope so...

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AND, if you've got any tips on where TO and where NOT to buy a car in Texas, I'd love to hear from you. Feel free to leave me a comment under this article wherever you find it, or reach out to me by email at Chrissy.Covington@townsquaremedia.com.

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