Dodge Financing and Lease Options at Woodhouse CDJR
At Woodhouse Chrysler Jeep® Dodge Blair, we don’t just help drivers find the right vehicle. We also help them find the best way to get behind the wheel of that new vehicle. Sometimes that means a Dodge lease, but sometimes that means a Dodge financing agreement.
We’ll walk you through the specifics of each and help you figure out which works best for you.
Financing a car means placing a down payment and taking out a loan for the rest.
You’ll own the vehicle and pay it off over time, which means that you can drive it as many miles as you want and customize it with accessories and performance parts if that’s your thing. Financing is also a good idea if you plan to keep your car for a long time.
The APR, or interest rate, on your loan is largely determined by your credit score and history. If you’ve been good about paying bills in the past, that can often help you secure a lower rate.
You make your payments each month and eventually the car is all yours, and all you have to worry about is other costs of ownership like fuel, insurance, and maintenance.
When you lease a car, you don’t technically own it. You make payments for two to three years, and then at the end of your lease deal, you have some options.
You can turn in your vehicle and get a brand new one, which is why leasing is often preferred by drivers who like getting the latest tech and upgrades whenever they can. You can also extend the lease of the same car or buy the vehicle you’ve been leasing.
Because you don’t own the car, your lease agreement often sets some limitations. For example, you often have a yearly mileage limit that you have to stick to. Go over a certain benchmark, like 12,000 miles, and you’ll owe extra fees.
If you have any more questions, visit our Dodge dealership near Omaha. We’re ready to assist you with all of your automotive needs!