There are certain types of vehicles that are known in the car dealer industry to have problems.
Sometimes it’s not just the overall brand of vehicle; it could be a specific year model of a specific vehicle that has transmission issues that are known. We figure that out over time, selling as many cars as we do.
We know which vehicles… Read the rest of this entry »
Barrett Motors dealership sells used vehicles. One concern people have that we run across daily is if the vehicle will last that they’re getting financed for. You’ve probably read horror stories… Read the rest of this entry »
I think it’s fair to say that we don’t judge you based on a credit number. We actually look for reasons to say “yes” to financing a dependable vehicle for you.
At Barrett Motors, we look at… Read the rest of this entry »
Okay. So you have bad credit. You’ve come to us at Barrett Motors—maybe as a last chance—to see if we will take a chance to give you financing for a dependable used car.
Unlike banks and other traditional lenders… Read the rest of this entry »
Although buy-here pay-here dealerships have been around for decades, I’m always surprised by the amount of people who don’t know what that means—and by some who have never even heard the term before.
Basically, it’s a longstanding terminology used for a dealership that handles their own financing. Buy-here pay-here and in-house financing are terms that mean the dealer… Read the rest of this entry »
When you’ve begun the process of shopping for a different vehicle and have narrowed your choices of where you want to shop because of that dealership’s reputation, the next step is to find out what other people have to say about doing business there.
Reputation is a big thing. But people don’t typically start looking for a dealer based solely on reputation. They might. We do get those customers all the time who are referred to us from our satisfied clients. They come in not knowing us, but they’ve got a pretty good idea they want to buy from us. That’s a great thing.
But the reality of it is… Read the rest of this entry »
The misperception about dealers who will actually sell a vehicle to you because they want you to fail so that they can repossess it and resell it, is unfortunately not a myth.
It’s derived from the exact thing we were just talking about. Back in the days when a dealer had a car, they had $2,000 in it, they could get $2,000 and finance the rest of their own profit… Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve joked about this with people.
Go ahead—type in a Google image search for “car salesmen are…” and look what pops up. There is a guy…