Finance Department in Princeton, WV

Princeton Pre-Owned Finance Center

At Princeton Pre-Owned, financing your next vehicle is made easy with our dedicated Finance Department. Our team of expert finance professionals is here to assist Princeton area drivers in finding the perfect finance option that suits their unique needs. Whether you're looking for an auto loan, leasing deal, or finance package, our finance team is ready to help you navigate the financial side of purchasing your used vehicle.

Financing Made Easy

One of the helpful tools we offer to streamline the financing process is our Value Your Trade tool. This tool allows drivers who are interested in trading in their current vehicle to get an estimate of its trade-in value. By utilizing this tool, you can get a better idea of how much your trade-in can contribute towards the purchase of your new vehicle.

In addition to our Value Your Trade tool, we also offer an online finance application to help drivers get a head start on the loan approval process. By filling out our online application, you can save time during your visit to our dealership and get the financing process moving more quickly.

If you prefer to speak with a finance expert in person, our knowledgeable finance team is always available to answer any questions and provide guidance throughout the financing process. We strive to provide a modern and convenient finance experience for our customers at Princeton Pre-Owned.

With a variety of digital retailing tools, a dedicated finance team, and a commitment to making financing easy, Princeton Pre-Owned is your go-to destination for all your vehicle financing needs. Let us help you find the perfect finance option for your next vehicle purchase.

Auto Finance Vocabulary

  • APR: The Annual Percentage Rate.
  • Assignment: A transfer of a loan from one lender to another.
  • Base Price: The costs of a car with standard equip incentives & freight.
  • Certificate of Title: A Legal document issued by a state at the time of sale.
  • Co-signer: A person who takes on a loan if the orig. borrower stops pay.
  • Default: Failure to meet the terms of the loan.
  • Interest: A percentage charge for a loan.
  • MSRP: Manufacturers Suggested Retail Price.
  • Refinance: When one loan is used to pay off another.
  • Term: The length of the loan, 24, 48, 60... months.
  • Underwriting: Verifying the data used to obtain a loan.