Posts Tagged ‘Barrett Motors’
Are you in the market for a quality used car? Do you wonder if that automatically means you need to look for one with low mileage? Does it matter?
Some people think that you should only pay attention to the vehicle’s current condition. But according to the experts at Barrett Motors, that would be a mistake.
Bad credit is not something most people are proud of.
However, we understand that no one sets out to earn bad credit. Sometimes unexpected things happen that make it difficult to keep your credit clean. Maybe you lost everything in a divorce. Perhaps you unexpectedly lost your job. Maybe you were diagnosed with a major illness, or were injured and are unable to pay your bills.
There’s nothing more frustrating than getting into your car and it won’t start. The engine just won’t turn over. Is it the battery? Is your starter going out—again? Maybe it’s something in the ignition.
No matter what the problem, if you can’t depend on your car anymore; it’s time to do something about it.
From a classic novel such as Tom Sawyer to the latest action thriller or mystery story, books have an incredible ability to take us to a new world. It’s incredibly easy to become engrossed in characters and a story—for hours.
Whether you are waiting for your vehicle at our service center, or your turn at the DMV, or simply riding as a passenger in a Toyota Tundra, you will never be bored with a book in your hand. Or maybe you prefer comic books. Whatever your taste, here are a few of our favorite shops near Barrett Motors:
Most people don’t have perfect credit. In fact, many people have had credit issues during their lifetime. Of course, the best way to get out of credit issues is to have a job, work hard, and pay your debts.
But what happens when you don’t have a reliable vehicle so that you can drive to work? How can you make car payments, much less get ahead?
Oh, the 100-plus degree days in Garland, Sachse and Rowlett, Texas! These towns also happen to be the home of Barrett Motors, your premier buy-here pay-here dealerships in the Dallas area.
Like you, we’re hot, sweaty and thirsty pretty much all day and into the night. What to do?
In the same way that people seek out the best dealerships and auto service centers (such as Barrett Motors) they seek out the best ice cream and frozen yogurt places to get sweet relief from the heat. (more…)
Summer in Texas means that sometimes it’s just too dang hot to cook.
Our buy-here pay-here Barrett Motors dealership service team in Garland were talking about just that, which led to sharing their favorite local restaurants.
Knowing our customers probably feel the same way about being in a hot kitchen or standing behind the backyard grill on a 100-plus degree day, we thought we’d share our list of favorite restaurants in Garland.
It’s embarrassing to have bad credit, or to have it lurking in your past. No one likes having a car repossessed or having to declare bankruptcy.
Yet in today’s economy, it happens more often than people realize. Just because you have had credit problems in the past doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be able to buy the vehicle you need to transport your family and get to your job.
Everyone on staff at Barrett Motors understands.
Tired of your old ride?
Maybe you’ve got a growing family and need something safer or larger. Maybe yours is just getting a little too old. Trading in your old car when setting up the purchase of a new one is smart. Barrett Motors staff in Garland, Sachse and Rowlett, think trading in your old car with them for a newer, better used car is even smarter. Here’s why:
More people are buying preowned vehicles these days—for lots of good reasons.
First, you will save thousands of dollars. Yup, thousands. Why? Because new cars depreciate as soon as you drive them off the dealership lot. It is no longer considered a new car. Just like that, it has less value by quite a bit of money.
In America, an average new car costs $33,500. The average used car costs just over $20,000. That’s a big difference. According to Consumer Reports, after three years your brand spankin’ new car will be worth just 54 percent of what you paid for it. Buying a used car saves you a lot from the get-go.
We thought it might be helpful to share a few reasons why buying a used car makes sense: