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Flexible Aston Martin Financing Options
Regarding luxury cars, Aston Martin is always at the top of the list. These beautiful vehicles are known for their style and performance and have a hefty price tag. If you’re looking to buy an Aston Martin, you’ll need to find the right financing option that fits your budget. Well, you are in the right spot. With our flexible Aston Martin financing options, you’ll be able to find the perfect payment plan that fits your needs. Whether you’re looking for a sedan, coupe, SUV, Aston Martin Vantage, Aston Martin DBX, or any of the models, the best Aston Martin dealer will help you find the perfect fit today! Read on to explore how flexible financing helps make owning an Aston Martin affordable.
Flexible Financing Options Available At Our Dealership
Our dealership offers several Aston Martin financial services to make purchasing your dream car easier. We understand that everyone’s financial situation differs, so we provide flexible terms to accommodate your needs. Whether you want a short-term loan with a low-interest rate or a long-term loan with higher payments, we have the perfect options for you. We also offer low-interest rates, no prepayment penalty, and even loan deferments if needed. Plus, we have various payment plans that allow you to customize your payments according to your budget. Some options include,
At our dealership, we offer leasing options for all Aston Martin models. Leasing is a great way to drive an Aston Martin without committing to buying the car outright. This option allows you to pay a fixed monthly amount over some time and at the end of your contract term. You can either return the vehicle or purchase it for its residual value. With leasing, you also benefit from lower taxes and initial payments than buying the car outright.
Exotic Car Loan
We also have various loan options available at our dealership for customers looking to purchase an Aston Martin with financing. Depending on your financial situation and requirements, you can choose from different loan types, such as secured, unsecured, and installment.
- A secured personal loan can be used when purchasing an asset such as a vehicle and require collateral from the borrower that could be used in case of non-payment.
- Unsecured loans do not require any collateral but usually, come with higher interest rates.
- Installment loans are similar to traditional mortgages in that they involve borrowing money over a set period while making regular payments until the loan is paid in full.
Our dealership also offers balloon payment plans for customers looking to purchase an Aston Martin. Balloon payments provide you with lower monthly payments by deferring part of your loan balance until the end of your lease term, at which point you make one large payment called the balloon payment. This option can be beneficial if you plan on keeping the vehicle long-term but don’t want to commit too much money upfront during your lease term due to budget constraints or other factors.
Another Aston Martin finance option is trade-in arrangements for you wishing to upgrade your current vehicles into new ones from Aston Martin ranges on our showroom floors. In this arrangement, you can trade in the existing vehicles for a new one from Aston Martin lineups. You may even qualify for additional discounts if they trade in newer models with high market values. This is excellent if you are budget conscious and wish to stay within spending limits while upgrading to luxury cars like the Aston Martin range.
Things You Need For Financing An Aston Martin
Financing a luxury car like Aston Martin differs from financing an ordinary car. Depending on the model, you may be required to make a larger down payment than other cars. In addition, you may also need proof of your financial stability before approval. Here are some documents you should bring to our dealership when applying for financing:
Proof Of Income
You’ll have to provide proof of your income to qualify for financing. This could be a recent pay stub or a bank statement showing your account balance.
Proof Of Residence
You’ll also need to provide proof of your current residence. This could be a utility bill or a rental agreement.
Finally, you may also need proof that you’re employed and have the means to make regular payments on your loan. This could include an employer letter or evidence of recent paychecks.
Making a down payment can lower the total amount you’ll have to finance and make it easier to get approved for a loan.
A good credit score is essential for getting approved for car financing. The higher the credit score, the more the chances are to get approved and secure better terms on a loan. Your credit score comprises five components: payment history, the amount owed, length of credit history, new credit, and types of credit used. Payment history and amount owed comprise 65% of your credit score and are the two components lenders look at most closely when deciding on financing.
Copy Of Your Driver’s License
You’ll need to provide a copy of your driver’s license as proof of identification. It is essential because it’s used to verify your age and residence.
After gathering all the documents and information needed, you’ll need to fill out an application with the lender. Make sure to provide accurate and complete information, as with this, the lender will process your application quickly and efficiently.
Let’s Park Your Dream Car In Your Garage!
We have good news for you if you’re in the market for an Aston Martin. At Miller Motorcars, we offer flexible financing options to make your dream car a reality. All you need is a down payment and proof of income, and our team will work with you to get you behind the wheel as soon as possible. Take advantage of this opportunity. Contact our local Aston Martin dealership and get pre-owned or new Aston Martin cars.
Aston Martin of Greenwich
273 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
Monday - Friday:
9:00AM - 6:00PM
9:00AM - 4:00PM
* Images, prices, and options shown, including vehicle color, trim, options, pricing and other specifications are subject to availability, incentive offerings, current pricing and credit worthiness.The advertised price does not include sales tax, dealer conveyance fee of $599, vehicle registration fees, other fees required by law, finance charges and any documentation charges.
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