|By PR Newswire||
|July 30, 2014 03:20 PM EDT||
PORTSMOUTH, N.H., July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The car shopping process often feels daunting for those who haven't bought a new car in recent years. While visits to the car lots are still necessary, dealerships like Portsmouth Ford in New Hampshire are allowing consumers to do most of their car shopping from the comfort of their own homes.
That all starts with the out-the-door price policy. While many dealerships offer certain online shipping tools, they become less useful when drivers get different prices on the lot than they do through the website. Portsmouth Ford's one-price policy ensures the price drivers see on the lot and online is the price that the car will sell for. With no doc fees or additional costs at closing, there are no surprises during the buying process. By eliminating stressful haggling and negotiations, drivers can better budget for prospective vehicles using online financing tools.
Through the Portsmouth Ford website, drivers can use a variety of tools to predict monthly payments. For drivers looking to trade in their vehicles, Portsmouth Ford offers a quick online form that will return an estimated offer for the used car. If pre-approved for a loan through the dealership or another financial establishment, consumers also can use an auto loan calculator that allows them to manipulate factors such as down payment, trade in value and interest rate.
Those looking for new Ford models near Lawrence MA have the opportunity for a better car shopping experience at Portsmouth Ford. Interested parties can utilize the online shopping tools at www.portsmouthford.com or call the dealership at 603-433-1221.
Media Contact: John Sawyer Jr., Portsmouth Ford, 603-433-1221, [email protected]
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