Test drives are an unskippable portion of the car buying process. It's that time when you get to sit behind the wheel and drive a car you're interested in. It's an exciting time, but it's also important to stay focused. Staying alert and paying attention are musts.
There's no two ways about it, brand new vehicles are appealing. They're beautifully designed, they have the newest features and capabilities, and they're factory warrantied. When it comes to new, the list of benefits seems to grow the longer you think about it. But, there's one caveat keeping a lot of folks away from brand new vehicles: financing. Luckily, that's not your only option. The top three ways people buy new cars is by paying cash, financing, and leasing.
Each of these options is different, and that's a good thing because there's lots of different kinds of customers as well. If you're asking yourself: "Should I lease a car?" you've come to the right place. Leasing is a good option for people who like to have a new car every two or three years and people who only want to pay for the portion of the vehicle you're using. If you're new to leasing, this blog is a great way to learn about the different components that affect the overall investment of a lease agreement.
Safety matters. Being safe, feeling safe, and keeping others safe are important factors to keep in mind when you’re considering purchasing a vehicle. But how do you determine a vehicle’s safety? A lot of info comes from the crash test safety rating system, but what do those ratings really mean?
We've been in business for a long time, so when it comes to auto industry myths, misconceptions, stereotypes, or just about anything else ... we've heard it all. But there seems to be one topic that we hear the most feedback on, and that's the subject of leasing. It seems people just can't imagine a vehicle lease working for their needs or being a positive experience. I'm here to openly discuss the five most common myths of vehicle leasing. We believe there's an option for everyone looking for a vehicle at Miller Auto & Marine, and no single right way to go about it.
Miller Auto and Marine has been launching new trucks yearly with the latest being 2017 Nissan Titan. The completely redesigned Nissan Titan is breaking the mold of all other full size trucks. With a warranty like no other in the business, Nissan went all in on the 2017 Nissan Titan. Whether you’re looking for a gas powered or diesel truck, Nissan has it covered. Read along for a closer look bout the new 2017 Nissan Titan.
Nobody likes to leave any money on the table, so determining the correct value of your car, truck, or van becomes critically important when it comes to sitting down at the negotiating table. Needless to say, a great many factors go into that final figure, but understanding the basics of car valuation will give you a strong notion of what you might expect when trying to figure out the value of your trade-in vehicle. While we all attach an emotional value to our cars and trucks, forged over years of driving it through all types of conditions, trying to determine the trade in value of those memories depends on a host of factors.
When you finance a vehicle, it’s important to know what you’re agreeing to as you sign your purchase agreement. Since the average individual purchases a vehicle every six years or more, it’s important to stay current on common financing terms and understand how they work together.
It’s perfectly normal to be on the fence about purchasing a vehicle. There are so many variables to consider: Is the timing right? Will I choose a safe and reliable vehicle? Can my (or our) budget handle monthly payments? A great place to start is by narrowing your options with a few deciding factors.
For instance, today we’re taking two things into consideration the average consumer is aware of: budget and capacity needs. You see, sometimes researching vehicles can leave you with more questions than answers, but that’s not our goal. Below I’ve outlined the best vehicles that seat five or more individuals. They’re also all regularly priced at or below $15,000.
Buying a car is an enormous investment, requiring time, attention to detail, and research to get the process exactly right. Before heading to the dealership, you'll need to know your budget, your specifications, and a few makes and models worth considering. And, of course, whether you'll be shopping for a new car or a used car.
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