Financing For A New Jeep Wrangler, Compliments of Uncle Sam!

I can’t ever remember a time that I didn’t want to be behind the wheel of a Jeep of my very own. I’ve been hoping that this year’s tax refund would be enough for me to put a good down payment and have the rest financed on a 2011 Jeep Wrangler Sport. I’ve been spending some good quality time looking around online at the Jeeps that are for sale at some of the local dealerships that aren’t too far away for me to take test drives for the Jeeps that I find.

Check out this sweet looking Jeep that I found at the same Chicago area Chrysler Jeep Dodge Dealer that my brother bought his last vehicle at.

Their website is one of the better ones for dealerships that I’ve seen, making it so easy for you to maneuver around in and it has all the wonderful ways to take advantage of today’s technology that the good old Internet has to offer. You can schedule a test drive, make an offer, request more information, send a friend or relative an email with all the vehicle information and pictures of the vehicle that you are interested in. You can view the window sticker, find the Kelley Blue value, watch a video along with all the other pertinent information on the vehicle in question all online. I can’t find or think of a thing that is provided all ready for me, that will make this task a bit easier to tackle.

Gone are the days of having to bounce around from dealership to dealership all over town and sometimes out of town or even in a totally different state for that matter, in order to find the perfect mode of transportation that I plan on spending so much time in for many years to come. It can take so much work, time and gas doing it the old fashioned way so I’m ever so grateful, once again, for the Internet.

I plan on getting my taxes done this weekend. I know it’s last minute, but that’s me. I’m the kind that will be late for her own funeral! I have no idea what to expect when it will be over and done with, but I guess as long as I don’t end up having to pay anything I should be happy, right?

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