The stereotype that women aren't willing to haggle with a car salesman is quickly going by the wayside.
According to a recent survey by Swapalease.com, women are becoming more accustomed to rolling up their sleeves to try to get the best deal on a new car, with one-third saying they were comfortable with the negotiation process. That's up from 21.6 percent just two years ago, and surpasses the 25 percent of men who said they were comfortable with the process.
"It really goes back to all of the information that is available online," said John Sternal, a spokesman for Swapalease. "Women like to do a lot of research, more so than men. With all of the information available online they can really prepare ahead of time."