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4520 Crosstown Expressway, Corpus Christi, TX 78415
Corpus Christi, TX 78415

Texas Auto Sales offers people living in Corpus Christi a broad range of used cars. The company also buys used vehicles from customers looking to trade or sell. Financing options and customized deal structures are available for individuals with limited credit. Texas Auto Sales partners with Lone Star to offer clients car insurance to accompany vehicle purchases. The shop also sells and installs tires and rims from hundreds of brands, such as MOTO and KMC.

4520 Crosstown Expressway, Corpus Christi, TX 78415
Corpus Christi, TX 78415

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Should a used car lot offer warranties?
A: Offering a warranty on a used car gives buyers peace of mind, but lots aren't obligated to do so. They are, however, required by law to inform the buyer if the car comes with a warranty or is being sold “as-is.” Even if a lot doesn't offer a written warranty, state laws can hold dealers responsible for selling vehicles that don't meet basic quality standards.
Q: Is trading in a car profitable for a used car lot?
A: Purchasing a car as a trade-in is almost always profitable for used car lots. Dealers appraise a car's value based on age, mileage, cosmetic damage, and mechanical condition, then offer the customer a rate that's less than the vehicle is worth. Even so, the price is often attractive to buyers who are eager to get rid of the car and buy a new one.
Q: Why do car salesmen use techniques like disappearing to talk to their manager five times during a car sale?
A: In some cases, salespeople disappear to talk to their manager to negotiate a car's price and other terms. This can also be a tactic to wear the customer down, which makes them feel as if they've spent too much time at the dealership to back out of the sale.

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