With every new year comes a new car buying experience. That's because every year brings with it newer technology, consumer preferences, and industry regulations. All of these things work together to influence what is and isn't included in the newest vehicle models. Since we're right at the beginning of a new model year, let's take a look at 2018's biggest vehicle trends.
Budget constraints definitely come into play when you set out to purchase a new or new to you vehicle. Beyond the cost of the vehicle as a whole, buyers need to think about how much of a downpayment they can afford and how much they can set aside for monthly payments. While buying a brand new vehicle isn't in the cards for everyone, it's important to be able to get a reliable vehicle you want to drive and own at a price you can afford, but how?
When you enter into a car loan, you will have a set number of months to pay off the full balance. While it's perfectly normal to make regular payments and finish paying the loan back throughout the full duration of your loan, more and more vehicle buyers are finding ways to pay that balance back faster - and reap the benefits of doing so.
Driving a brand new car is exciting. It's a little hard to describe, but once you feel it, you never forget it. Luckily, there are a few different ways to become the driver of a new vehicle. Some people like the freedoms and benefits that come with ownership, while others prefer the security and luxury lease vehicles allow. If you're unsure which side of the lease vs. buy debate you land on, this blog is for you. We're looking at leasing vs. buying a car and weighing the pros and cons of each.
When you set out to purchase a car, there are a few things you end up paying for beyond the sticker price. Now, some dealerships might try and hide these fees to keep you from understanding what you're paying for, but honestly, that approach doesn't make much sense to me. The additional fees added to a vehicle's purchase price are there because they have to be. If dealerships weren't required to charge for these extras, many wouldn't.
Buying a car takes trust. It's a huge investment, and it takes a little extra time and effort to get it right. When you're on the hunt for the perfect car, knowing where to start may not be easy. But, inding a dealership you can trust is much easier if you know what to look for. Not all dealerships are made equal - some put their customers first, and others put themselves first. Here are four signs you've found a trustworthy dealership worth your business.
If you have a lease on your car, truck, van or SUV, and it is about to expire…now what? Do you return the car to the lessor and walk away, or do you pay the 'buyout' value and purchase it outright? Or should you simply re-extend the lease, or trade it in against a new lease?
Car buying is rarely a quick, impromptu trip to the dealership. Although a spur of the moment visit can result in driving away in your dream car, this isn't a typical scenario. Rather than hopping in the car and hoping things work out, it is in your best interests to prepare for the shopping process before you even step foot in a dealership.
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