Car Dealer FAQs
Car Dealer FAQs
From the Warren Henry Auto Group
Buying a New or Used Car
Q: Can I buy a car online?
Q: Who can I talk to about buying a car?
Q: Where do I find specials on car sales?
A: If you are debating between buying new or used, there are a few things to consider. These include your budget, how long you plan to keep the car, and how much you drive. If you are looking to get into a luxury vehicle, but have a limited budget, buying used is perfect. If you like to have the latest and greatest in your vehicle, and trade-in every few years, you might want to go with new.
Q: What’s the difference between a used and a certified pre-owned car? A: Our used vehicles are available in a in a wide variety of years, makes, and models, so there is a lot of selection. But a certified pre-owned vehicle offers an extra peace of mind. It will be a newer model, will have undergone an extensive multi-point inspection, will come with a CARFAX Vehicle History Report, and additional warranties.
Service & Parts
A: Each of our dealerships features an on-site service center. We offer routine maintenance, such as an oil change, as well as mechanical repairs, including brake service, battery services, full engine overhauls, and more. We also provide tire rotations, and tire sales and installation.
Q: Is regular car maintenance really that important?
Q: How will I know when my car is due for an oil change?
Q: What’s the easiest way to schedule an appointment?
Q: Can I get car service or repair without leaving home?
Q: Are there any specials on service?
Q: What type of training do your technicians have?
Q: How do I find out what my trade-in is worth?
Q: Where can I find current finance offers and incentives?
Q: How do I choose between buying or leasing?
A: Many folks face this question when they are in the market for a new car. With a vehicle purchase, you don’t have to worry about mileage restrictions or wear or tear regulations. You can also choose to customize your model for a custom and unique appearance. Buying is a great option for someone who plans on keeping their vehicle for a number of years. Once you pay it off, it’s yours. On the other hand, with a lease, you get a short-term commitment and a vehicle that is new every few years. Monthly payments are often less with a lease as well. When the lease term ends, you have the choice to upgrade to a new model. Some limitations to leasing include mileage restrictions, and potential wear and tear fees if not careful. A lease is perfect for someone who likes to drive a fresh car, and feels they can stay within a certain number of miles.
Q: Are you open on Sunday?
Q: Where are you located?
Q: How can I learn more about your dealership?