Arizona-based Used Truck Dealer Now Accepting Two Auto Service Financing Programs

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Trucks Only now accepts Snap Finance and Synchrony Bank auto service financing plans

[Snap Finance and Synchrony Bank] can be used to finance general automotive service, serious repairs or truck customization projects.

Trucks Only—the used truck dealership group with locations in Mesa and Apache Junction, Arizona—is now accepting payment plans from Snap Finance and Synchrony Bank financing institutions. These options can be used to finance general automotive service, serious repairs or truck customization projects.

Snap Finance is intended for smaller repairs. It offers up to $3,000 almost instantly for automotive work. Snap Finance also requires no credit check due to utilizing a lease-purchase agreement system. Interested parties can learn more on the Snap Finance webpage.

Synchrony Bank is a more traditional financing system. With that structure comes many client-side perks and incentives, such as more purchasing power with more time to pay, $0 fraud liability, promotional financing and rewards programs, free credit score monitoring and more. Synchrony Bank also has a tool that calculates payments beforehand. To learn more, interested parties can visit the Synchrony Bank webpage.

The used car industry has been booming in recent months. As a result, Trucks Only is expanding its inventory. The dealership is buying used trucks, diesels and SUVs. The Trucks Only website has a trade-in estimate that gives potential sellers a no-commitment estimate. That estimate is then adjusted or confirmed with an in-person appraisal. If the seller is happy with the offer and the paperwork is signed, they will receive a check for the offered amount.

The Trucks Only website can be visited at https://www.trucksonlysales.com/. The Mesa location can be reached by calling 480-844-7071 and is located at 550 South Country Club Drive, Mesa. The Apache Junction location can be reached by calling 480-584-8454 and is located at 837 West Apache Trail, Apache Junction.

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