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New Dallas Buick Dealer approves of co-signing

Now this article isn’t for everyone. It’s for a lot of you, but not all of you. It for those people who ar looking to buy a new car, possibly their very first even. It’s for the people who have had a blemish or two on their credit history. Hey who hasn’t, really. This is just a way you could go if you really needed  a new car. Here’s a hint, check out your friendly Dallas Buck Gmc Dealer in Grapevine. (oh, come one you know I have to do those right? Those shameless Plugs? Something about SEO, or something)

BUT I DIGRESS!!! No really, this is some good advice.

Ahem! “The Co-signer”. The co-signer is the person who will accept the responsibility for your car payment, should you not be able to pay your monthly note for what ever reason. Now if you are honest, have a steady job and have lived at the same address for more than two years, then getting that next new car might be easier than you thought.

Let’s get to it, I’ll try to make this as interesting as possible, I swear.

Do you know how important a co-signer can be in obtaining a new or used car in Dallas? Do you know what their obligation as co-signer is? This is important to know for any potential new car buyer who is looking to have somebody co-sign their contract, or for somebody who is being sought after to co-sign a contract. Here’s the bottom line, the creditor for your car loan may allow you to have a co-signer on the finance contract with you in order to make up for any shortfalls in your credit history. This is a good thing because it opens up criteria for issuing the loan.

Don’t abuse the trust and good will of your co-signer by purchasing a vehicle you know you won’t be able to afford. A co-signer has equal responsibility for the contract, not some, not most, but equal responsibility. If you skip on your payments, your co-signer is legally obligated to cover your debt. Further, this contract and any missed payments will show up on the co-signers credit history. Therefore, if being asked to be a co-signer, make sure that this is somebody that you have a large amount of trust and confidence in, because it could have dire effects on you if this person cannot hold up their end of the loan.

Co-signee! Don’t mess it up! You are holding the good faith of your co-signer in your hands. Cover your debt so your co-signer doesn’t have to go through the process of suing you…good advice ; ) In the meantime, trust-worthy co-signee, enjoy your new Buick! (COME ON! I sell Buicks, man!)

If you have some credit issues, a co-signer could be the key to your new car. Check out this video for some more good advice.


Dallas Buick Dealer and the New Buick LaCrosse Concept

Buick Dallas, GMC Dallas, Texas Buick, Texas GMC, Texas GMC Dealer, Used Car Dealers Dallas, Used Cars Dallas, used cars fort worthAs a Dallas Buick Dealer, I know that when some people think of Buick, they don’t necessarily think of the word “luxury”. “Comfortable, smooth, well-built” are the words I hear the most to describe the Buick LaCrosse.

Well, it was only a matter of time before we started to see more refined sensibilities come out of the Buick design factory, and if this new Buick LaCrosse Concept give any hint of what to come from Buick, I think we are all in for some really nice surprises.Buick Dallas, GMC Dallas, Texas Buick, Texas GMC, Texas GMC Dealer, Used Car Dealers Dallas, Used Cars Dallas, used cars fort worth

Some upgraded luxury touches include  a palette of trims including cabernet red, dark cocoa brown and caramel chocochino; French-stitched premium leather seats; suede on the headliner; and a red exterior with tinted chrome accents.

“Every surface in the interior of the LaCrosse GL has been crafted with the knowledge that Buick customers enjoy the finer things in life, but don’t need to flaunt it,” Magdalena Kokoszynska, creative designer on LaCrosse GL said.

Buick Dallas, GMC Dallas, Texas Buick, Texas GMC, Texas GMC Dealer, Used Car Dealers Dallas, Used Cars Dallas, used cars fort worthThe exterior of the Buick LaCrosse GL Concept is colored in red with brushed and tinted chrome accents on the grille, door handles and deck lid, as well as around the windows, taillights and headlights.

“The LaCrosse GL concept expresses Buick’s distinctly human kind of luxury – one that is as warmly inviting as it is elegant and refined,” said David Lyon, executive director of design. “The design cues that already distinguish the production LaCrosse – such as the premium leather-upholstered seats, ice blue ambient lighting and soft touch surfaces – are amplified in the GL and serve as inspiration for future Buick models.”

Now of course we’ll see some type of price restructuring, but as of now, since there is no word of a production model yet, I guess Buick is just testing the market to see what type of reaction the LaCrosse GL receives before making any decisions.

If you are interested in seeing the current production model of the Buick LaCrosse, don’t hesitate to swing by your Dallas Buick Dealer and take a test drive. You’ll be glad that you did.

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Dallas Buick Dealer Invites you to see “Compact Luxury”

buick verano, GMC Dallas, Buick Dallas, Used Cars Dallas, Texas GMC, Used Cars Fort Worth, Used Car Dealers Dallas, Texas Buick, Texas GMC DealerThe luxury car world is always looking for the next big thing, could it be that the next big thing is actually making a luxury compact? Your Dallas Buick Dealership was thinking the same thing, that is until we were personally introduced to the new 2012 Buick Verano.

From the get-go, it’s clear that GM wanted the Verano to be a clean break from its checkered past of rebadging Chevy compacts. In sharp contrast from Buick’s last compact, the Skylark which died out in 1998, the Verano hides its Chevrolet roots well from the outside. With only a subtle “hockey stick” character line betraying its Opel roots, the Verano is neither a rebadged Euro-market sedan (like the Regal) nor a “pure” Buick design like the LaCrosse. But it does split the difference between the two designs, marrying a subtle design with a few discrete Buick cues like the hood-mounted ventiports. The overall impression is of a clean, classy car that is, if anything, possibly a bit too substantial and anonymous… which, upon further reflection, makes it quite Buick-like.

buick verano, GMC Dallas, Buick Dallas, Used Cars Dallas, Texas GMC, Used Cars Fort Worth, Used Car Dealers Dallas, Texas Buick, Texas GMC DealerInside, GM’s newfound parts-bin savvy takes center stage: just as the Regal was rebadged from a different market, the Verano’s interior is borrowed but not a duplicate. The seats, which are some of the best available in the compact class, are the huge, well-bolstered thrones from the LaCrosse.

So, if you were wonder what “Compact Luxury” looks and feels like, stop by your Dallas Buick Dealership, Freeman Grapevine and take one for a spin yourself!