Jersey City, NJ (PRWEB) August 31, 2012
Labor Day Weekend is the perfect time for drivers looking to buy used cars in New Jersey to get serious about their purchase. New Jersey State Auto Auction is having a huge sale to celebrate the holiday and help drivers get behind the wheel of cars they love. In fact, the dealer, which is open to the public, is offering Labor Day specials on over four acres of cars, trucks and SUVs - the most cars NJ Auto has ever offered for one sale. That's practically four football fields filled with vehicles, so car shoppers in the area will be able to find the perfect ride to suit their needs.
"This Labor Day, as we celebrate the end of summer, at the New Jersey State Auto Auction we are providing deep discounts on our cars and trucks to begin to clear excess inventory," said Laszlo Ember, General Manager of NJ State Auto. "The lot is packed with cars."
NJ Public Auto Auction has been providing quality pre-owned vehicles to drivers in the New York/New Jersey region since 1994. Not only do most models cost less than the Kelley Blue Book value, they also come with a clean title, a CARFAX vehicle history report and the CARFAX BuyBack Guarantee. When it comes to financing, NJ Auto Auction provides guaranteed credit approval, and those interested in buying cars this weekend can even apply online before visiting the dealership to pick out a vehicle. They can also call 201-200-1100 to make an appointment to discuss payment options with different terms and interest rates.
Car shoppers can head over to the dealership today through Sunday to take advantage of the Labor Day sale and browse the selection. When they find a vehicle they like, buyers have the option to purchase the car, even if they have not yet secured their financing. All it takes is a $500 down payment, or buyers can drive off the lot the same day if they're ready to make the purchase. This weekend is a great chance for New York and New Jersey drivers to buy the car they want or need. NJ State Auto has hundreds of makes and models available, and every vehicle is on sale for the holiday.
After buying a vehicle, drivers will still have reason to return to the Jersey City dealership, as the Total Car Care Center can address any maintenance and repair needs they may have down the line. Even those who don't wind up buying a vehicle during this weekend's sale can still take their rides to the auto service shop, as it is open to the public as well as NJ State Auto customers.