Car Buying Info

Are you looking to buy a car or truck but want to do some research first? Well you have come to the right place. We have assembled a whole host of services to help you get the most for your money, with as little hassle as possible. We all know how difficult and nerve racking a vehicle purchase can be. Hopefully, this information will make it easy.

Your first step should be to get pre-approved for a loan, so you will know your buying power. Fill out a loan application and get pre-approved.  Now you are ready to go car shopping!

Once you find a vehicle, you should consider adding an extended warranty to protect your dream machine. Imaginary Credit Union offers extended warranty protection on both new and used vehicles, up to 40% less than the cost of dealer protection plans. Ask your loan officer for more information and a FREE quote.

Got a used car you are interested in? Find out what its worth at the NADA Used Car Cost site. You can get detailed information about the car you are looking at by obtaining a Car Fax report. This report tells you about a vehicles' history, lemon law information can report odometer tampering, and even whether the vehicle is a rebuild, salvage or water damaged vehicle!

AutoBranch offers pre-owned vehicles and provides a worry-free car buying experience with the highest standards of quality, selection, and value. For more information, call or email the loan department. 

 

 

 

 

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