About 25% of new car buyers lease their cars and the number goes higher for owners of luxury vehicles. In fact, a full half of customers driving high end model cars like Mercedes, BMWs and Jaguars lease their cars. Yes, leasing is a very popular method to use a car but the finances aren’t as straightforward as an out-and-out car purchase is. If you are considering leasing a car, here’s a few things that the finance department at Kernersville Dodge wants you to know.
Are you going away for a while and your car won’t be used? If so, there are steps you can take to keep it ready for your return. Here’s a checklist of steps that you can follow to keep your car in tip-top condition while you are gone.
Tires are possibly the most common automotive “replacement part” yet few people know much about them. Frankly, the vast majority of people buy them on price and recommendations from tire retailers. And very few pay any attention to the warranties that come with them. In this article we will focus on just that obscure factor of new tire ownership – the warranty.
Have you ever heard a strange noise coming from the engine compartment while just trying to get somewhere one day, when your car was no longer under the manufacturer’s warranty? Immediately you’ve wondered if this is a minor issue, or if it is going to bust your monthly budget or do more damage! A small repair on a car can cost hundreds of dollars these days!
Are you thinking about getting a new car? Fortunately as a consumer, you have many resources that you can consult to help you get to a price that is fair for both you and the dealer you are purchasing the car from. Hopefully this article will serve as a useful tool! Let us explain four different vehicle pricing tools you’ll find online: