Camaro SS 2014, awaits you
You’re at the traffic lights, in a much less than deserved valued car. And you see her; you can’t help but be distracted by the curves and the rich red. Stepping out of your car, you walk up to the window. You press your face against the window and sigh. There she is you see her in your dreams. The lady in red, with smooth curves, sparkling, as the sun shines through the big glass windows. She lays silent in wait for you to caress her, hold it boys; it’s a car I’m talking about! Sorry, I didn’t mean to bring your fantasies to a screeching halt. But this is not just any car; it’s the new General Motors Camaro SS 2014, which promises to have you bowing down to its new high performance.
General Motors are to release the specifics March 27, at the 2013, New York International Auto Show, and I’m sure it will have you panting like a school boy watching a girl’s sports team. It’s the Camaro SS first refresh since its redesign in 2010. Most upgrades will likely come in the form of cabin improvements, especially in the technology area. If the Camaro isn’t your poison, then you’ll be happy to know they will also release the 2014 Corvette Stingray convertible and Chevrolet SS sedan.
Now you have the heads up that the head cheerleader is about to make all your dreams come true, you can keep your eyes open and your ears to the ground. You wouldn’t want to miss out now would you? General Motors has new features on the much loved Camaro SS range. Some of these facts may help your dream of being behind the wheel of the brand new General Motors Camaro SS 2014, closer to your reality
So, now I have you at the ready and you’ve decided you must have this beauty. Let’s figure out how to make it happen.
Preparation is the key to have this beauty; you will need finance, an unfortunate reality for most of us. We have all had our woes with the economic downturn lately; some worse than others. I know, I’m sorry to bring you down to earth, but to make your dreams come true, you have to do the groundwork, the research. Weigh the pros and cons on how you could drive off in this sexy piece of artwork as soon as it arrives in your local General Motor Dealer’s email.
Some people’s their credit rating have been impacted negatively, and they have come across challenges in purchasing some big-ticket items, such as vehicles. Some businesses have begun to specialize in helping people obtain loans specifically when they have bad credit.
One company, “Car Loan Expert” acts as a liaison between customers with bad credit and loan companies to help them secure financing for automobiles. They claim to be the “bad credit auto loan specialists”. They may just be the answer to your dreams.
“Car Loan Expert” describes a bad credit auto loan as being “specifically designed for people who have been turned down by financial institutions because of their less than perfect credit, due to recent bankruptcy, tax liens, low income, vehicle repossession or failure to come up with the required down payment.
The “Car Loan Expert” site touts such conveniences as a 30-second approval on your application, an auto loan calculator, and tips and advice with links to all of the credit reporting agencies. “Car Loan Expert’s” advertises rates as low as 2.99% APR.
Experts all agree there are a few things you can do to protect yourself when purchasing a car, and being prepared is number one. If you want the new Camaro SS 2014 by General Motor’s, then as mentioned above, getting you prepared to purchase her, is key.
- Know your credit score, and ensure your credit report is accurate
- Check your report yearly to clean up any unreliable information
- Shop around and know what interest rate you should be paying for your credit score
- The lower your credit score, the more you should save for a down payment
- Try to secure finance before you go to the General Motor dealer
Why should you use a bad credit auto loan company such as CarLoanExpert.com?
- You are only dealing with one company, instead of multiple lending institutions running your credit continuously.
- They know multiple lenders and have seen your situation before, thus have a greater chance of securing finance on your behalf.
Regardless of how you acquire finance to purchase your new General Motors Camaro SS 2014, perform your due diligence. According to Bankrate.com, the National Auto Loan Rates for the week ending March 13, 2013, were 4.08% for a 60-month loan for a new car. Granted, those figures are simply averages and your loan could vary greatly depending on your credit history, your down payment, and your geographical location.