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Buying a Used Car Can Be Overwhelming

With a little planning and thinking through a few options, you’ll be ready to make a much better decision.

Start with a Budget

Decide how much you can afford to pay upfront and what are comfortable monthly payments. Once you know your budget you can narrow your options based on what is affordable. Here is an online financing calculator to help you work through a few options:

New or Used?

A used vehicle is clearly a more affordable choice and becomes even more desirable once you realize that every “new” car essentially becomes “used” the moment you drive it off the lot.

Private Sale or Dealership?

Dealerships usually offer better peace of mind for some when buying a used vehicle. They have access to a wider range of inventory and dealers like service the cars we sell. This is ideal.

Research Your Purchase

Check online and ask around for some recent reviews about the vehicle and search the make, model and year to see if there are any issues or red flags associated with the car. Any reputable dealership will know the car’s history and will share that information with you.

Not sure where to get started? We can help you with financing and help you find the  options for your situation. Call or email

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