Category Archives: Used Vehicles

Front driver angle of a dark blue 2020 Chevrolet Equinox

Should I Buy a Crossover or an SUV?

Crossover and SUV Differences

It’s a common misperception among car shoppers to think that crossovers are small SUVs. It doesn’t help when even some car manufacturers combine the two with terms such as “crossover SUV”. However, it’s important to realize that there are big differences between crossovers and SUVs that you should be aware of. This way, you can better pick a model that’s right for you and your family.

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No Down Payment Offer at Broadway Credit

Broadway Credit Helping Buyers by Providing No Down Payment Offer

Due to the current global health crisis, times are challenging. Managing your finances may be more difficult following the loss of a job. Despite this, the need for a reliable vehicle doesn’t stop, and you may need to save some cash to cover essential bills. For a limited time, you can drive away with your next car without putting down a down payment with our No Down Payment offer here at Broadway Credit.

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Do Used Vehicles Come with a Warranty at Broadway Credit?

Benefits of Buying a Pre-Owned Car at Broadway Credit

Cars, whether they are new or used, are expensive assets to own. Therefore, it’s natural for shoppers to have questions about the benefits they will receive after buying a pre-owned car. For example, do used vehicles come with a warranty at Broadway Credit? The answer is yes! Here are the benefits you can expect when you purchase a vehicle from us. Read the rest of this entry >>

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Is Tax Season a Good Time of the Year to Buy a Used Car?

How to Use Your Tax Refund on a Vehicle

It’s tax season and many families across the U.S. are filing for their tax returns. While you wait to receive your refund, consider how you want to save or spend it. If you are looking to buy a car during this time of year, you’ll need to know the best ways to use your tax refund on your next vehicle. Read the rest of this entry >>

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Benefits of a trade-in over selling your used car privately

Unless you’re a first-time car buyer, one of the first and most important steps in the car-shopping process is actually car selling. You have to figure out what you’re going to do with your old car if you don’t plan on keeping it around as a backup. You have two options: trade it in to the dealership when you purchase your new vehicle or sell the used car privately on your own. We’re here to give you the rundown on just a few of the benefits of doing the former rather than the latter. But either way, it should positively affect your budget. Read the rest of this entry >>