When you are shopping for used cars on Alameda Street you can become overwhelmed with the sheer amount of vehicles available. Not only that, you can choose from cars, trucks and SUVs. When stopping at one used car dealership after another you may want to give up. To begin, if you are looking at used cars you are on the right track. Buying used gets you less depreciation and more bang for your buck. Secondly, shopping at buy here, pay here financing lots you have better options when it comes to less than perfect credit. The hard part is picking the right vehicle for your needs. We have a few tips.
Finding the right vehicle for your needs can be hard. This is one of the largest investments most people make. For that reason it is important to do the right research and consider many factors when shopping for cars. First and foremost, if you are looking to get more value out of a car be sure to shop for pre-owned vehicles in El Paso. When you shop at a used car lot you can be sure to find good value and a reliable vehicle. If you are skeptical we have a few facts about used cars that may change your mind.
Don’t Pay for Depreciation
Depreciation is not a myth or just another cliche. New cars lose up to 20 percent of their value the moment you sign [...]
After a string of bad decisions you may be left with less than fair credit. Perhaps you learned money lessons the hard way. Or maybe you got a credit card because of a dire situation. Now you need a car and you can’t find a dealership that will give you a loan. A buy here pay here car dealership may be the right option for you. Not only will you be able to purchase a car, but you may end up with better credit at the end of the process.
What is a Buy Here Pay Here Dealership?
Buy here pay here financing means that the car dealership will give you a loan in which you make cash payments to [...]
When you are looking for a used car in El Paso it can be quite stressful knowing how to choose the right vehicle. Aside from finding the make and model you want in a sea of used cars for sale, you have to worry about possible engine problems. Not only that, car payments, insurance payments, and saving for regular maintenance are a whole other aspect to consider. At Express Auto Credit we have a few tips to help you on your search.
Step 1: Calculate Your Budget
Before you even start looking at used cars for sale be sure to pin down your budget. Take a look at your expenses and figure out what you can afford for monthly payments. You also will want to [...]
Taking advantage of used car financing is the best way to find a quality car at the right price. Purchasing a used car actually offers many advantages. This is especially true for anyone with less than great credit. It’s no secret, having a car sure does make life easier. From finding a job to taking the kids to school, the convenience can be amazing. For some people, owning a car is a must. However, with substandard credit it can seem just about impossible to get a car. The good news is that here at Express Auto Credit, we offer used car financing and the ability to purchase a car to every customer. Whether you are a student in need of getting to college each day or a [...]
It’s finally here- time to buy a car. Whether you want to upgrade your current vehicle or looking to buy for the very first time, it’s an exciting time. Also nerve racking- there are a lot of questions and decisions to be made. However much you are itching for a new car, there are some very good reasons why used car dealerships should be the first places you should go. We know what you are thinking- the shiny appeal of a brand new car fresh off the line can be hard to resist. It can be very tempting to want a new car, but you have to stop and ask yourself if it is the best choice. New cars come with a lot more baggage than you think, while we have some pretty convincing [...]
New Yorkers and Los Angelinos tend to make use of the metro, Uber, or Lyft to get from Point A to Point B. These cities are known for their fast-paced lifestyles as well as their atrocious traffic. In these cities, owning a car may not seem like a total necessity. Why purchase a car when you can simply use an app to go to Chipotle? Residents of less populous cities like El Paso do not have the luxury of calling an Uber every time they need to get to work, for example. El Paso is more spread out, making it difficult for residents to rely on buses or rides for mobility. If you’re in need of a car, you should consider purchasing one at a Buy Here, Pay Here dealership [...]
Gasoline-fueled cars have been a big part of popular culture for over a century. Gary Numan sang about feeling “safest of all” while inside his car in his 1979 song “Cars.” The cultural significance of cars in music goes far deeper than you might expect. Take seminal rock ‘n’ roll band The Cars, for example. Ric Ocasek and Co. can be seen as some of the most successful and accomplished musicians of all time. Their music is still being used today in movies and commercials, after all. We’re not saying that these musicians succeeded became they drew inspiration from cars, we’re simply stating that their choices in naming might’ve had something to do with how successful they became. Best of all, everyone can partake in car ownership. Used cars give individuals the [...]
On June 16, 1903, when Ford Motor Company first opened its doors, the world was changed forever. Ford began to mass produce cars thus giving everyone the ability to own their very own vehicle. Now, over a hundred years later, the mass production of vehicles has filled streets and driveways all across the world. In the United States, there are more than 30 automobile companies currently selling vehicles to Americans. Of these companies, which one is the best? The answer is not as simple as a specific brand name. Vehicles are like puzzles. Every single piece fits together in order to create a beautiful, reliable work of art. Just take a look outside, notice all the colors and shapes that cars can take.
The most theft-prone vehicle in America might be the Dodge Charger. Or it might be the Ford F-250 pickup truck.
Those are the contradictory conclusions of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the insurance industry-funded Highway Loss Data Institute.
Still, the government agency and private group agree that the theft of late-model vehicles is on a rapid decline in the United States. One reason: automakers’ increasing use of ignition immobilizers, which stop thieves from hot-wiring cars. Nearly 90 percent of 2012 models are equipped with them.
In a report released on Monday, NHTSA said the car stolen most often during the 2011 calendar year was the Charger, with 4.8 thefts for every 1,000 cars produced in 2011. It was followed by the Mitsubishi Galant, Hyundai Accent, Chevrolet Impala and Chevrolet HHR among vehicles with more than 5,000 units produced that year.