Where to buy an Audi vehicle

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Where to buy an Audi vehicle

If you’re interested in buying a car, then you’ve probably discovered that there are essentially two options when it comes to where you can get your next vehicle. You can either buy a used car from a private seller or buy a new, certified pre-owned or used car from a dealer. If you are looking for answers about where to buy an Audi vehicle in Newmarket, then you have come to the right place! In this article by H.J. Pfaff Audi, we will take a look at why you should consider buying your next Audi vehicle from a dealership. Read on for more information.

 

Consider the dealerships reputation

One distinct benefit of buying from dealers is that their reputations matter. While some dealers have bad reputations, most car dealers are trying to offer the best customer service they can, which means, if you have a problem with a car soon after you buy it, you may be able to ask the dealer for help. On the contrary, a private seller will likely wash their hands clean of the deal once the car is sold, and they almost certainly won’t be able to give you mechanical help or other assistance after the deal is done.

 

Consider the extra options you can get at a dealership

When looking for where to buy an Audi vehicle in Newmarket, consider a dealership that can provide you with extra options. By options, we don’t just mean dealer-installed accessories such as aftermarket wheels or an upgraded sound system. You can actually add some features at a dealer you wouldn’t normally be able to buy from a private seller. Want an extended warranty to cover your car after the manufacturer warranty expires? A dealer can offer it. Want the curb rash removed from the wheels? A dealer can do that, too. A dealer can also offer other promotions, such as free oil changes or tire rotations, to earn your business.

 

Consider the financing options you can get at a dealership

Perhaps the biggest benefit of buying a car from a dealership, however, is the myriad of financing options. One example is that dealerships will typically offer their own financing options, while a private seller won’t. If you’re buying a car from a private seller, you’ll have to secure your own financing. At a dealership, your associate can work with you to find a suitable financing term for the vehicle you are interested in.

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If you have been looking for where to buy an Audi vehicle in the Newmarket area, then we suggest that you consider our H.J. Pfaff Audi dealership today! Click here to find our contact information, fill out our contact form, or to schedule a test drive.