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If you're looking into buying a new car, you're probably thinking about how you're going to pay for it, too. Financing a vehicle can be complicated, whether you are buying new or used, or even whether you're buying as opposed to leasing. A lot of percentages, fees, and negotiations can be factored into the process. If you're confused about the financial process of paying for a vehicle, we at Paulding Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram can help.
First of all, if you're new to buying a vehicle, you might not be familiar with all the terminology associated with the process. Hop on over to our page on Common Financing Terms, which will provide you with a glossary of words and definitions you'll frequently hear during the buying process to get you more familiar with them.
Additionally, you might be looking for information on things such as your credit score, what goes into calculating it, and how your score will affect your ability to get approved for loans. Check out our section on Everything About Credit Scores to learn more about that.
You may not even want to buy a car at all. If you're thinking that leasing a vehicle might be a better fit for you, check out Why Buy vs. Lease to see the pros and cons of each method of acquiring a vehicle to help you decide which would be the best choice.
We hope that this section has been informative for you, but if we haven't already answered your finance-related questions or if you've thought of something not included on this page, give us a call or stop by. Our friendly team members in the financial department will be happy to talk you through the process and give you some pointers and tips about how to go about buying or leasing a new ride.
Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram are all separate divisions of the same umbrella, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. As a result of their separation, each division focuses on a main technology feature. While Chrysler makes passenger cars, Dodge is more power-oriented. Jeep offers the best off-road SUVs to ever hit the trails, while Ram trucks are some of the toughest on the market. Each brand specializes in a specific technology. It's that dedication that puts them on the forefront of the future of the automotive market.