Buying a car can make you feel like a little kid in a candy store. There are hundreds of designs, colors, makes, models and sizes to choose from. And you get to decide which one of each works best for you. It can also become a bit overwhelming. You may feel like you are being pulled in several directions. Make sure you have an educated idea of the options you want before you’re confronted with all those shiny new cars and fast-talking dealers and forget what you came to do. That is why it is important to do your research before you even step foot onto the car lot.
Regions can help you feel confident about deciding what car to buy. Our online calculators can help you answer questions like:
You’d be surprised how much car hunting you can do from your computer. Regions' Auto Buying Service, for example, is a simple, new alternative to the car buying process that lets you both avoid haggling with a dealer over price and options as well as helps you get the Regions Member Target Price you should pay at a Program Certified Dealer. Save an average of $2,752 off MSRP.* Find and build the car you want online, select the color and desired features. Print out your New Vehicle Certificate and bring it with you to one of our dealers who are dedicated to providing great customer service. It's that simple.
Of course, you can visit websites such as NADA to check the book value on new and used cars, your state’s vehicle registration site, and CARFAX to review the accident and maintenance history of a car. And as you get closer to a final decision, make sure you’ve done your homework on financing and auto insurance options. You can also visit Equifax to review your credit report.
*$2,752 Average Savings represents the average amount of savings off of MSRP presented to users by Certified Dealers based on user-configured new vehicles between 10/31/11 and 12/31/11. Your actual savings may vary based on multiple factors including the vehicle you select, region, dealer, and applicable manufacturer incentives. The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price ("MSRP") is determined by the manufacturer, and may not reflect the price at which vehicles are generally sold in the dealer's trade area as not all vehicles are sold at MSRP. Each dealer sets its own pricing. Your actual purchase price is negotiated between you and the dealer.