Used car shopping carries a stigma that’s been around for decades. If reality perfectly reflected what popular culture and television depicted, then the world would be occupied by shady salesmen who are looking to rip people off with reckless abandon. This is not the case, and today we’re going to shine a light on some of the misconceptions and myths that are constantly associated with shopping for a used car.
Owning a vehicle is a major expense that many of us can’t avoid. One of the best ways to save money is to keep your car until you pay off the loan rather than upgrading to something newer and more expensive. Taking care of your car long-term will reduce the overall cost of owning a vehicle and eliminate the stressors that often come with buying new cars every few years! Read on for Sarasota Car Sales’ top three tips for keeping your used vehicle in great shape for years to come!
When deciding to buy a vehicle there are plenty of decisions and questions that come along during the process. One of the most important decisions you’ll have to make is whether to buy a used or new car. Many factors go into this decision such as budget, and what needs you have when it comes to a vehicle. Let’s take a look at 5 reasons why buying a used car can be beneficial to you in the long run.
When the time to start car shopping rolls around, it’s very easy to feel overwhelmed. There are so many options out there and everyone has their opinions on what the best investment is. We’ve found that there are several misconceptions about buying previously owned vehicles, and are here to debunk the myths!
Purchasing a car can be an extremely stressful experience. We want all of our customers to be excited about investing in a new vehicle! Everyone at Sarasota Car Sales is here to help. We’ve created a guide to assist you in reducing the stress you may feel when it comes to shopping for and purchasing a new-to-you car, truck, or van. Read on to find out more.
On May 12th, we observe National Odometer Day. While you most likely look at one each day, the term might escape you briefly. To put it in simplest terms, the odometer measures the distance that your vehicle travels. In honor of this most unique day of celebration, we’ve decided to offer you something that every consumer should have, a list of effective habits to make sure you get the most out of your car. Any vehicle purchase is an investment and making sure you get a return and recoup what you’ve spent, it’s important that you stay on the necessary routine maintenance that will keep your car on the road.
Have you ever been on the hunt for a used car and wanted to find a way to eliminate the middleman when it comes to financing? Many Americans have been there. It’s the confusion that involves buying a vehicle you really like but needing to contend with the bank or another lending institution before you can seal the deal.
Shopping for a car isn’t always the easiest thing in the world. It hasn’t been made easier by the generation conditioning that pop culture has perpetuated. The scenario of skeevy salespeople and going through classified ads are as non-existent as someone owning an Edsel or Pinto. Getting a used car is not only easier than ever, but it’s also more advantageous. In case the stigma of buying one is still firmly ingrained in your mind, we’ve compiled a list of reasons why it’s a good idea.
A new year means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. As we bid the old goodbye and welcome the new with optimism and hopefulness, the thoughts of renewal and rejuvenation are plenty. Coincidentally, a new year also means that taxes are to be filed and the prospect of a refund to help kick off the new year is in the air. What better way to utilize this well-deserved stimulus than purchasing a new-to-you car? As we’ll discuss today, this is the perfect time of year to take advantage of something new in your driveway.