Let’s face it—car buying can be a hassle. Here are a few more tips to make your car-buying experience a little less painful.
Look for the car that best meets your needs and budget then schedule an appointment to look at the car at the dealership.
Unlike many other consumer goods, the price you see on the sticker is NOT the lowest price that a dealership can typically sell the car for. Agree on the net of your new car’s sales price and your trade-in value. The net between the price of your new car and the trade in is the only thing that matters when you are shopping. If you’re pre-approved with the bank, you can negotiate the net price without the hassle of financing through the dealer.
Now that you have tools you can use to make an informed purchasing decision, you need financing. Check out our auto loan sale! We’re offering financing as low as 2.49% APR on a 36-month auto loan on vehicles model year 2010 or newer.*
*See our Auto Loans page for more details.