U.S. Auto Sales Offers Benefits to Drivers that Purchase a Used Vehicle

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Georgia dealership details a variety of benefits drivers will receive after buying a car

Front passenger angle of a red 2020 Nissan Altima

U.S. Auto Sales details its variety of benefits offered to customers. Pictured is the 2020 Nissan Altima.

Shoppers in the southeast U.S. will be excited to hear that U.S. Auto Sales is offering a variety of benefits to drivers that purchase a used vehicle. Benefits that customers can enjoy include a limited warranty, rental reimbursement, vehicle inspection, vehicle history report and the U.S. Auto Sales Trade Up Program.

Prior to being sold, every used vehicle available at U.S. Auto Sales will be carefully inspected by an expert mechanic. Any major issues found will be repaired or replaced prior to being put up for sale. If a customer is interested in a vehicle, U.S. Auto Sales will provide the Carfax vehicle history report for the customer to review before purchasing. At no additional cost, every vehicle sold by U.S. Auto Sales will include a 30-day/1,000-mile limited warranty. If the vehicle needs to be repaired during the warranty period and needs to be kept by the mechanic overnight, U.S. Auto Sales will offer up to $35 a day for rental reimbursement up to five days. Any driver unhappy with their current vehicle can participate in the Trade Up Program. With this program, customers can trade in their vehicle and use the credit for a different one. Little or no cash as a down payment will be required with this program.

U.S. Auto Sales is located at 2875 University Parkway in Lawrenceville, Georgia. The dealership also has locations throughout Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Customers that are interested to contact the dealership in Lawrenceville can call the sales team at 770-280-2976. Those interested to visit U.S. Auto Sales at one of its other locations are encouraged to browse all locations on its website at http://www.usautosales.info.

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