How is your pricing typically better than the dealership ?

Throughout our 65 years plus in the auto industry, we have built very strong relationships with dealerships throughout the area, as well as in other parts of the country. These long standing bonds have provided us with the ability to pre-negotiate the best pricing available on all makes and models. These savings and deals are then passed along to our clients, along with manufacturer and dealer incentives to give you the best price possible.

Are the vehicles new or used ?

All vehicles are brand new and covered by manufacturer warranties.

Who do I pay monthly ?

All payments are made directly to the bank or lender that has agreed to finance the lease or purchase, just as they would be had the vehicles been purchased through a traditional dealership.

Where do I service my new vehicle ?

Your vehicle can be taken to any dealership for the brand you bought. For example, if you are leasing a new Honda, you can bring that vehicle to any Honda dealership in the country.

My current lease is ending, can Blue Crown help ?

Yes, we can deliver your new car and take back your old one for you free of charge.

What if I have a trade-in ?

We will work with you to find the best value for your vehicle and apply any positive equity towards your new lease or purchase.

How is Blue Crown compensated for their work ?

We typically receive referral fees from the new car dealerships.

Will you give me a free quote ?

Yes! All quotes are free. We can also provide quotes on multiple brands of vehicles at once.

What if I want to set up a test drive ?

We can help in scheduling a test drive within our dealer network depending on the location of the store and our client. You can also test drive a vehicle at any new car dealership closest to you. Keep in mind, you are never under obligation to purchase the vehicle you test drive.

How do I get my new car ?

We will deliver your new vehicle right to your home or office. You may also pick up your new vehicle from our office location.

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