No-haggle pricing has many backers, but it is not the only way to sell, and it probably never will be. Many dealers prefer the old system, and many customers actually like to bargain.
The no-haggle tent covers some pretty powerful campers. Republic Industries likes it; so does Ford's Ross Roberts, head of the company's dealership-consolidation efforts.
But bear in mind that it takes only one dealer to beat no-haggle pricing in any area. He undercuts the one-pricers and welcomes a torrent of customers.
The manufacturers promote no-haggle pricing when they cut the dealer discount. Eventually, the sticker price may be the selling price. There will be so little potential profit in the vehicle that the dealer will have to sell at sticker just to stay afloat.