Archive for the ‘Financing’ Category
Buying a 100,000-mile Used Car: Excellent Deal or Money Pit?
Many people will try to tell you that the only worthwhile way of buying a car is getting it new. And while having a vehicle with an odometer in the double digits is the best shape that it will ever be in, used vehicles are no less reliable. As long as they are properly taken care of, that is.
Is buying a high mileage car a bad idea? No. Read on below to learn how to get a reliable used car.(more…)
Here’s Why Used Car Dealerships Don’t Put Prices on Their Vehicles
At CrossPointe Motor Cars, every single vehicle in our inventory hits the sales with a price tag. No exceptions. However, that’s not the case for many used car dealerships. It’s a practice that has perplexed many potential customers over the years and has even caused some people to distrust used cars dealers altogether. But that’s not the whole picture.
So then, why don’t some used car dealerships put prices on their cars.(more…)
Auto Loan Financing Rates: Which Ones Are Too Good to be True?
You’ve probably seen auto ads that try to entice you with taglines like “0% APR financing for 84 months” or some other number pretty close to 100. Just a few years back, the common loan length seemed to be 60 months, maybe 72. So, what gives?
How long should a car loan be financed for?(more…)
The Basics of Buying vs Leasing Vehicles
When it comes to buying and leasing, there are so many moving parts that we simply can’t cover them all here. However, we want you to at least know the basics of each.
That way, you can decide if you should buy or lease a vehicle.(more…)
Do Fuel Efficient Vehicles Actually Save You Money?
This is a long one, so let’s jump right in.
How much money do fuel-efficient vehicles really save you?(more…)
How to Finance a Used Car the Smart Way
Many sources will tell you that financing a used car is a terrible idea. It’s not. You just have to be smart about it.
Here are our tips for financing a used car.(more…)