my sister used eloan 6 months back. Liked the customer service etc..very happy overallbielen said:A person in my office used PeopleFirst. He was very pleased. PeopleFirst send him a check which he took to the dealer to make the purchase. He said it was a very painless and quick process.
You need to test drive it. If you are looking for sporty its not that...you should get the 3 series, however if you are looking for luxary you get it with this....sblvro said:Im planning to buy my wife a new car too, the pilot is too big for her, any comments on the C240 4matic? (you know to make her happy! )
thats what my Credit union does. I need to take the purchase order to them and then they will give the check. I have not had any problems going this route. Typically the dealer will give me the car on another loan and give me x number of days to get the check from my Credit unionQbrozen said:I have heard, however, that other online loan services give you some sort of promissory (spelling?) note. Many dealers won't accept this.
I already have the evo8 in mind for myself and the pilot for my wife but after it felt too big for her, there's the compromise no stick for her thoughramirami said:
You need to test drive it. If you are looking for sporty its not that...you should get the 3 series, however if you are looking for luxary you get it with this....
Its a nice ride but depends on what you are looking for in a car...
best of luck
That is what happened to us. The dealer claimed they had a problem with the online loans and then came back and offered a lower rate than PeopleFirst.TheWorm said:
As some have mentioned, you don't get a "check", you get a "draft" to hand over to the dealer. Some dealers will refuse to accept them (they claim that the companies take too long to fund them; while that might be the case in some instances, my belief is the dealer doesn't want to lose the F&I income from putting you in one of their loans).