Four Square Form

Introducing Dealermarket’s Four Square Form – the ultimate tool for automotive professionals dedicated to simplifying the negotiation and deal structuring process. This comprehensive form is divided into four sections that provides an easy framework for negotiating a contract. 

With a sheer 8-1/2" x 11" size, our four square forms are big enough to accommodate all the details of the deal with a clear and transparent breakdown of key deal components, including the vehicle price, trade-in value, down payment, and financing terms. It facilitates open communication between dealerships and customers, fostering trust and understanding.

Our car dealer four square form comes in 100 pieces per pad, taking care of your growing sales numbers at once. And with our quick ship guarantee of 24-48 hours, you can have them delivered to your dealership in no time.

So upgrade your dealership’s deal structuring process with the car sales four square form and transform negotiations into straightforward and transparent experiences.

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What is a Four Square form in car sales?

In car sales, a "Four Square" form is a tool used by dealerships during the negotiation process with customers. It is typically a worksheet or document that is divided into four squares, each containing different elements related to the deal. The purpose of the Four Square form is to help structure and present key components of the negotiation, making it more transparent and understandable for both the salesperson and the customer.

Why is the Four Square form used during car sales?

The Four Square form is primarily used to structure and facilitate the negotiation process between the salesperson and the customer. The form aims to bring transparency to the negotiation process by clearly presenting the key elements of the deal. Each square represents a different aspect, making it easier for both the salesperson and the customer to understand the components of the transaction. It helps organize information and encourages a systematic approach to reaching an agreement.

What information is typically included in the Four Square form?

The Four Square Form typically includes the following information:

  • Date
  • Name of the customer
  • Name of the salesperson heading the deal
  • Address and phone number of the customer
  • Details about the vehicle such as type, year, make, body style, mileage, VIN, etc.
  • Trade-in information and condition of the vehicle at the time of trade-in
  • Sale price
  • Cash down
  • Monthly payments agreed to.