Buy Here Pay Here Benefits
At Cactus Jacks Automotive, we believe every Phoenix driver should have the car of their dreams, no matter your credit history. With our Buy Here Pay Here used car program, we provide financing for all types of credit situations, including bad credit, no credit, bankruptcy, loan defaults, and/or repossessions. We’ll get you into a reliable vehicle with a low monthly payment so you can reap additional benefits.
Benefits of the Buy Here Pay Here Program
The Buy Here Pay Here benefits provide all Mesa drivers with an opportunity to own a car and get your financial situation back on track.
- Quick approvals, even if you’ve been turned down at other dealerships
- Low monthly payment options
- Affordable down payments starting as low as $499
- Short-term loans
- Affordable and reliable vehicles
- Monthly reporting to major credit bureaus to help you build credit
- Online payment options for convenience
If you’re ready to take advantage of the Buy Here Pay Here program and see how it can change your Surprise drive, then head to Cactus Jacks Automotive and discuss our finance options. While you’re here, check out our overview of what sets Cactus Jack’s Automotive apart from other dealers. While you’re here, check out our guide on determining how much car you can afford.
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