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At Bi Rite Auto Sales, located in Seaford, DE, we love what we do and want you to love your next vehicle. That is why we're dedicated to giving our customers the time and attention they need when car shopping. From our expansive inventory of quality used cars, trucks, and SUVs, to our friendly and knowledgeable sales staff, your experience is sure to be the best!
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At BUY RITE AUTO MALL LLC, we take pride in the way we do business. We focus 100% on our customers and believe car-buying should be a fun, hassle-free experience! Our impressive selection of cars, trucks, and SUVs is sure to meet your needs. We'd like to thank you for considering BUY RITE AUTO MALL LLC for your next vehicle purchase.
Here at Buy Rite we strive to do everything we can to get you into a car that is not only easy on your budget, but reliable as well. We are here to help you choose the right car for you and we never want you to be unhappy with the decision that you make. We are people just like you that have bought cars that are less than satisfactory and that is NOT the experience we want you to have here! We will never pressure a customer to buy anything and we certainly won't give you that typical "used car salesman" attitude. We always want you to leave happy no matter what. We know that in the Greenville area there are plenty of choices on where to buy your next car, but we appreciate you choosing our dealership!
Shopping for your next vehicle shouldn't be a hassle.You don't need to drive for hours or make deals over the phone to get a good deal on a great used vehicle. Located right here in Shakopee MN. Buy-Rite Auto Sales is dedicated to bringing our community a great selection of high-quality, well-maintained, like-new vehicles. We invite you to stop by and look over our inventory of cars, pickups, vans, and SUVs.Buy-Rite Auto Sales is dedicated to working with you - not working you over.At Buy-Rite Auto Sales, we are proud to offer a relaxed shopping experience with a friendly sales team and we'll never try to pressure you into a vehicle or auto loan that you're not sure about. We're happy to answer your questions. From features, options, and warranties, to pricing, costs, and financing, our knowledgeable sales staff has the answers, or will find the answer for you.Stop by Buy-Rite Auto Sales in Shakopee MN today and let us show you the local difference in the car shopping experience.
Our friendly and knowledgeable sales staff is here to help you find the car you deserve, priced to fit your budget. Shop our virtual showroom of used cars, trucks and suv's online then stop by for a test drive.
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We are happy that you would think of BuyRight Auto when considering your next vehicle purchase.BuyRight Auto has been building a reputation in the Greensburg, IN area for offering quality used vehicles, honest sales, and quality customer care. We invite you to stop by and check out our selection of low-mile cars, dependable pickups, and luxurious SUVs. We work hard to offer great deals throughout our inventory of certified and used vehicles from many of today's leading auto brands.No matter what your budget, we think you'll find a great vehicle for you and your family.We want each and every one of our guests to feel like a part of the BuyRight Auto family. Our sales staff is dedicated to helping you throughout the car shopping process with vehicle history reports and flexible financing options.From vehicle features and options to the sales or financing processes, we will help you understand all aspects of the car buying process and make sure you take home the right vehicle with the right financing for you.
The inventory data also suggests opportunity for dealers to acquire high investment value vehicles through the sight unseen and off-street purchase channels. Fifty-nine percent of the sight unseen-acquired inventory, and 53 percent of the off-street inventory, arrives as Gold and Platinum investments. There are more Gold than Platinum cars in these channels, and the channels tend to produce more inventory volume than the channels noted above (4.1 percent for sight unseen, and 2.7 percent for off-street).
Federal Reserve officials pivoted toward a December rate hike in a statement released in Washington yesterday, which referred to the bank's "next meeting" as it discussed the timing of lift-off. Market-based expectations for a rate rise in 2015 now stand at 46 percent this morning, up from 34 percent before the release. Emerging market stocks and currencies have sold off as the dollar strengthened in the aftermath of the statement. (Bloomberg) Just out this morning: US economic expansion slowed sharply last quarter, though the resilience of consumer spending suggests the dip may prove fleeting. The economy grew at a 1.5 per cent annualized pace in the three months to September, down from 3.9 per cent in the second quarter. Expansion was depressed as companies expanded stockpiles at a slower pace, and a stronger dollar took the shine off exports. Despite those headwinds, consumer spending proved resilient. Household spending grew 3.2 per cent in the quarter, which was just shy of the 3.3 per cent forecast. The economy's weaker showing will have been expected by the Fed, and is unlikely to prompt alarm. (FT) Royal Dutch Shell swung to a third-quarter loss after taking a $7.9B write-down on big ticket projects including an exploration venture in the Alaskan Arctic and a major oil sands endeavor in Canada. The company, however, is still moving ahead with its $70B acquisition of BG Group. (SA)Ready for another mega healthcare deal? Pfizer is in early-stage takeover talks with Allergan (for those unfamiliar, the maker of Botox). Allergan shares have surged 17% higher in pre-market trading in New York on news of the potential deal.
Congress will try to avert a manufactured economic crisis this week and raise the debt ceiling. The government is set to run out of money a week from Tuesday. (Roll Call) Toyota was the world's best-selling automaker during the first nine months of the year, selling almost 7.5 million cars and trucks. Volkswagen, which had been No. 1 over the first half of the year, was second. (CNBC) In the battle to prevent identity theft Diebold and Citigroup are testing a new eye-scanning ATM, which would allow withdrawals with an eye scan or a smartphone code. (Wall Street Journal) It is merger Monday and Duke Energy, the largest U.S. power company by generation capacity, is buying natural gas distributor Piedmont Natural Gas for $4.9 billion in cash. (Reuters) Xerox reported quarterly profits below estimates and is undertaking a "comprehensive review of structural options". The company reported a net loss of $34 million, compared with a profit of $266 million last year. Revenue fell 9.6% to $4.33 billion. (Reuters) Oil is flat at $44.65 a barrel. Gasoline prices fell another 10.5 cents last week. Consumers are saving nearly a dollar a gallon at the pump compared with a year ago. (Lundberg survey)
"It may be a hard nut to swallow for parents concerned about fuel prices, but small cars are a bad choice for young drivers," says institute spokesman Russ Rader. "Parents should start with midsize cars that have top crash test ratings and the latest safety gear and stay away from the smallest cars."
Until Derby night. Then we encountered the other class ofkids--whose fathers were engineers, with basement wood shops more completethan some factories. They showed up carrying cars with multicolor paint jobs,weighted down with lead, wheels freshly lubed with silicone spray.
March 17: Derby Day. My first reaction was exactly the one I had34 years ago: Our car is one of the ugliest and crudest there! Twobrothers' cars looked exactly like a cell phone and a remote control.There were racers with paint jobs better than the one on my real car.
Then the cars are raced ... and we win each heat! At the end ofthe night Mikey squares off for the championship. He wins the first round,and comes in second for the next two, finishing third overall!
Takata agreed to pay U.S. regulators a $70 million fine. It also agreed to phase out air bag inflators that use ammonium nitrate, which was blamed for the explosions. Ford, Honda, Toyota and Nissan have decided against putting the inflators in cars and trucks now under development. 041b061a72