The biggest question our Brand Specialists are asked is: Should I wait? With lower supply and seemingly higher payments than the last time you bought or leased, we understand any hesitation. To help you decide the best answer to that question, we’ve come up with a few things to ask yourself and keep in mind while on the lookout for your next vehicle.
We know how hard it can be to find your ideal vehicle within dealer inventory. At Heritage Volkswagen, our Brand Specialists are here to help you custom order your dream VW, right down to the exact color combination. We’ll even have it delivered right to your door!
This question can be a tough one, especially if you haven’t been in the market for quite some time. A quick tip would be to search "fed interest rate" and find a reliable source you trust for information. How has inflation impacted interest rates, and what are others predicting? If you feel like interest rates are on the rise, so will your lease or finance payments, which means securing your new vehicle now would be more beneficial.
A new vehicle is a great investment in safety for yourself and your family. With technology and safety features more prevalent in today’s vehicles than ever before, vehicles made even 5 years ago are no longer up to standard when it comes to safety. If your vehicle is missing important features - such as a back-up camera or blind-spot monitoring, it may be time to upgrade.
We know this last year has been hard to navigate. That’s why we offer our Pick-up & Delivery Service – purchase, sell, test drive or service a vehicle from the comfort of your home or office. This has been a wonderful addition to our current process that we are happy to keep for the foreseeable future.
Used car trade-in values can easily change with the current market. The average used car sold for six percent higher than in 2021, after several months of used car supply and demand changes. With new car inventory taking longer to catch up to its demand, it may be a good time to receive the best offer for your trade.
The older the vehicle, the more repairs you may need in the future. If you’ve been on the fence about trading, selling or upgrading your older vehicle, it may help to consider how much you could save by having a more reliable vehicle that’s still under warranty.