How To Buy A New Car

Monday, January 15th, 2018

A “good deal” means you were treated fairly and the dealership made a reasonable profit, but this isn’t always the case. While most people feel like they are getting the most bang for their buck, dealers quote you prices that aren’t actually low.

For example, the dealer could include “options” such as GAP and extended warranties, give their opinion on a car’s trade value, quote a finance rate above what you might qualify for, or focus on the monthly payment instead of the total deal.

To make sure you’re getting the best value for your money, let us walk you through the process to avoid any potholes. As a part of our Borger Federal Credit Union member concierge services, we will educate you on the loan process, what to look out for, and offer you the area’s most competitive rates.

By evaluating your credit options, providing lower cost options for financing, as well as lower GAP protection and extended warranty costs, we can offer you a more valuable option than most dealers.

If you’re in the market for a new vehicle, we’d love to help you make the right purchasing decision! We also offer refinance options, too. Call us today at 806-273-9506 for an appointment.

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