Frequently Asked Questions
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Knowledge is power. At SMG we value knowledge over everything. It’s why we’ve been in business so long. Our goal is to educate you to help you make the best decision when it comes to your new vehicle.
This is one of the primary reasons to use an auto broker. We take the time and guesswork out of the car-buying process.
No need to waste time checking hundreds of dealerships, negotiating the best price, or wasting time waiting around. We take care of everything for you and will provide you with the fastest and easiest car buying experience, guaranteed!
Yes, we do! We work with all car brands and dealerships across the country. Our extensive network allows us to acquire any car you would like.
We believe knowledge is power, and the more you know the better a decision you can make. However, in this case it may be unnecessary because we are going to do the research on your behalf. Even if you want to do more shopping, we can get you the lowest quote and give you all the information we have to help you make an informed and smart decision.
We charge $249 up front, and $249 on delivery of your new vehicle. This includes us consulting, advising, locating, negotiating, and even delivering your new vehicle. It’s a full VIP experience that will change the way you buy cars forever.
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Commonly Used Terminology
Here are some common terms that consumers should know before leasing a vehicle.
This is the number of miles you are allowed to drive over the term of the lease. Often this is stated as the number of miles per year you can drive. Most leasing companies allow 12,000 miles a year. On a three-year lease, that means you can drive a total of 36,000 miles. If the allowable miles are exceeded, you typically must pay between 10 and 25 cents per mile.
Often called the cap cost, this is basically the negotiated price of the car and all the options. This becomes one of several figures used in calculating a monthly lease payment.
The security deposit is usually equal to one monthly payment. Multiple security deposits can sometimes be made to reduce the interest rate and, consequently, the monthly payment.