The keys to buying a new vehicle
So you've got the bug and want to buy a new vehicle. Stay on track with these tips and you’ll soon be in the driver's seat easing on down the road!
Get online and figure out which features and options are "must haves" and which you could live without. Ask friends with similar cars what they like most.
2) Get preapproved!
3) Do the math on rebate offers vs 0% financing
Zero perent financing isn't always the best deal. You might save more by taking the rebate and financing at Think. Give us a call to run some numbers for you or check out our auto loan rates and estimate your savings with our auto rebate calculator.
4) Do your homework on pricing and warranties
Whether you're buying a new or used vehicle, use our BlackBook vehicle pricing tools to ensure you're getting the best deal. BlackBook updates their dealer invoice and manufacturers suggested retail pricing (MSRP) values weekly and you can calculate vehicle prices with different options and packages.
5) Get an insurance quote
Not all insurance is the same. Get a free, no-obligation online insurance quote with the Travelers Insurance program from Think Insurance. Begin your free quote today.
Happy shopping! There’s nothing quite like that new car smell!
Insurance products are offered through Think Insurance (MN license # IA-538), not Think Mutual Bank. Insurance products are not FDIC insured, are not insured by any federal agency, and are not a deposit or guarantee of Think Mutual Bank.
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