Fort Worth Car Buying And Auto Loans
The are over 45 franchised dealerships in the greater Fort Worth and Tarrant County area. If you are looking for a new or certified pre-owned vehicle, you have a lot of dealers to choose from to visit. If you’re in the market for a used car and prefer a non-franchise dealer, there are many options. The frequently asked questions below answer some of the most common questions for car buyers in Fort Worth and Tarrant County.
Question: Are there clusters of dealerships in certain parts of Fort Worth?
Answer: Like most major cities there are certainly areas where dealers group together. These are typically high traffic areas along major interstates or highways. In Fort Worth, this includes I-20, I-30, I-35, and Loop 820. The following lists shows map links that have dealership clusters:
- West Fort Worth - - Interstate 30 and Loop 820
- Northeast Tarrant County - 121 HEB Corridor
- Arlington and East Fort Worth - I-30 and I-20 East
- South Fort Worth - I 35W South
Question: What about areas for used cars in Forth Worth?
Answer: When looking for a used car in Forth Worth, there are clusters of used car dealerships along older traffic arteries marked by the older U.S. highway system. These include US 199 heading north out of Fort Worth, US 80 going west, US 183 going east, and 287 going south. The easiest way to find these dealers is to use Google Maps to search for Tarrant County Used Car Dealers
Question: Is there anything important to know about getting a car loan in Forth Worth?
Answer: When buying a car in Fort Worth, it's similar to buying a car anywhere. You can finance through your bank or credit union or through the dealership. If you are buying new and you have good credit, then the manufacturers will often have low interest rates that are hard to beat. If you are buying a used car or your credit isn't perfect, then financing can be a little harder. We recommend applying for a pre-approved loan through myAutoloan.com to see how much you can afford, before going to the dealership.
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