Arizona Truck Dealership Buying Used Trucks, Launches Truck Service Financing Program

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Trucks Only dealership seeks used trucks, offers new financing options for auto service

Trucks Only is offering top dollar for trade-ins. People looking to simply sell their trucks or upgrade to something better are encouraged to bring their vehicles in.

Trucks Only, the used truck dealer with three locations found across Mesa and Apache Junction, is looking to restock inventory. Trucks Only is offering top dollar for trade-ins. People looking to simply sell their trucks or upgrade to something better are encouraged to bring their vehicles in. Similarly, in order to help owners who are happy with their trucks, Trucks Only is now offering two financing options for services, including repairs, truck customization and accessories.

Thanks to the limited-time 0.9% APR financing with $0 down payment and 90-day payment deferral, Trucks Only and Trucks Only Lifted have almost sold out of their entire inventory. As such, Trucks Only is looking to buy trucks, lifted and non-lifted. Trucks Only Mesa and Trucks Only Apache Junction buy and sell non-lifted trucks. Anyone looking to trade in their non-lifted truck can do so at either location. Persons with lifted trucks should go to Trucks Only Lifted in Mesa, the branch of Trucks Only that specializes pre-lifted trucks and SUVs.

Trucks Only now offers financing through both Snap Finance and Synchrony Bank. Snap Finance uses a lease-purchase system that allows those with low or bad credit to finance repairs, like a busted transmission, or necessary parts, like new tires. Synchrony Bank uses a more traditional bank loan system. It has partnered with many businesses across the US to help people get the auto repairs they need with reasonable and affordable payment strategies.

Interested parties should visit the Trucks Only website at https://www.trucksonlysales.com/. The dealership can reached via telephone by calling 480-844-7071 or by heading over to 550 S Country Club Dr, Mesa.

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