If you’ve ever wondered if there’s an advantage to financing your vehicle through a dealership, we’re here to tell you, yes, there is. At Joe’s Auto Sales, when you finance a car, truck, SUV, van, or motorcycle through us, you will experience a simple, easy process, and build your credit at the same time. Keep reading to find out how you can finance your next purchase through Joe’s.

The Advantages of Financing Your Motorcycle with Joe's

Simple Process

At Joe’s, there’s no need to try and get qualified for a loan with another bank or credit union. Our in-house financing is a faster, simpler process. In fact, we can begin the process while you’re looking through our lot or test-driving your motorcycle. We can also include extras like extended warranties and flexible interest rates. Often you can drive off the lot the same day or the very next day compared to going through a third-party credit company.

Easier Approval

Most people with poor to fair credit will qualify for a buy-here-pay-here loan. It can be more difficult to qualify for a vehicle loan if you have bad credit when applying at your bank. We also provide several payment options when you purchase your used motorcycle. You can pay monthly, bi-weekly, or weekly. Many of our customers appreciate the flexible payment plans we offer.

Improve Your Credit

Another advantage of financing your motorcycle through Joe’s is the fact that you can improve your credit. When you qualify for a loan and make your payments on time, this will increase your credit score over time. As your credit score gets better, you will have more opportunities for further financing such as another vehicle or even a house.

Quick & Easy Approval at Joe’s

Contact us today by calling our East Indianapolis location at (317) 405-8545. We serve Avon, Danville, Speedway, Plainfield, Clermont, and the nearby areas with our used cars, used trucks, used vans and SUVs, and used motorcycles.

Source: “The Advantages Of In-House Financing At Car Dealerships.” Web blog post. Auto City. Auto City Credit. Web. 15 Nov. 2021.