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    Reasons to Purchase Your Next Vehicle Through a Car Dealership

    Last updated 6 years ago

    Buying a new car is a major decision, but researching your options can help to make the process easier. One of the choices you will have to make is whether to purchase your next car at a dealership. This is your only choice if you want to buy a new car, but it can also be a great option for used cars. Here are a few reasons to buy your next car through a car dealership:

     

    • Selection

    If you are shopping for a car, then it’s important to have a few options to consider as far as models and even brands are concerned. A dealership will have a large inventory of different vehicles, and a multi-brand dealership will allow you to shop for an even wider selection all at once. This means that you won’t have to drive all over town if you are considering both a Volkswagen and a Subaru, for example.

    • Certification

    Sometimes buying a used car is the better decision. For this, many people will look to private sellers and used car lots. Yet larger dealerships are the best place to buy used cars, because all pre-owned vehicles on the lot must go through comprehensive inspections and receive maintenance work from certified, brand-specific technicians.

    • Warranty

    A warranty is the most convenient and affordable way to take care of your car’s regular maintenance. Manufacturers offer these warranties on cars purchased through licensed dealerships. The dealerships can then provide maintenance services on-site to ensure that your Saab runs safely and efficiently for years.

    If you want to purchase a car and you like the advantages that a dealership offers, then head over to Falcone Automotive in Indianapolis. We sell and service new and used Volkswagen, Subaru, and Saab vehicles at prices our customers can afford. For more information or to set up a test-drive, call (317) 263-0002 or contact us online.

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