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Vegas Used Car Finance that Works for You

Searching for an optimum finance plan to purchase your next used car? At Charlie Cheap Car, we've put together the complete solution - irrespective of your existing credit status. 

Charlie Cheap Car understands that many consumers are saddled with bad credit through little or no fault of their own. We also understand that no matter what their credit status, consumers can – if the conditions are right – exploit used car financing to their advantage.

As the largest used car dealership in Las Vegas, it is not only our duty to help consumers find the right vehicle at the right time, but…

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How to Save More on Your Next Used Car

Buying a used car can save buyers not hundreds of dollars, but thousands. But you can only save if you know what to choose, how to choose it, and why to choose it. And it’s this topic that we explore in today’s blog – as we look at the top 8 tips for buying a used car. 

So when you arrive at the local used car dealership in Las Vegas, what do you look for? Do you just arrive on-the-spot, hoping to get behind the wheel of any old vehicle? If this sounds familiar, it means you’re doing…

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Why Choose Charlie Cheap Car?

Used car dealerships are becoming more and more popular.

Don’t take our word for it, though. Instead, look to what IBIS World – a reputable organisation who specialise in industry statistics – have had to say.

They estimate that used car dealerships employ almost 250,000 people in over 120,000 businesses. The annual growth from the period 2011-2016 was steady, but consistent – at 2.1 percent, while the industry generated $105 billion over that same five-year period.

And nor should this be put down to the recession. True, the recession may have had a role to play, but the economy…

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Las Vegas Used Cars for Sale - Your #1 Dealership

Are you looking for used cars for sale in Las Vegas?

If so, it might be worth considering a few things. First, do you know what type of vehicle you want, and do you have a realistic budget for that type of car?

What about finance? Do you have access to a source of finance? Is the rate sustainable?

Finance is often one of the greatest barriers for buyers in the market today. This is further burdened by the fact that many buyers find themselves strangled by the millstone of bad credit. This bad credit could have been accrued through…

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Low-mileage Used Cars in Las Vegas

Low Mileage Used Cars in Las Vegas

Searching for low mileage used cars in Las Vegas?

At Charlie Cheap Car, we provide customers with the widest range of quality used cars at a price you can afford. Our low mileage vehicles are maintained to the very highest standards. You don’t need to worry about additional, long-term costs. Our vehicles are designed to run to the most efficient standards.

In fact - no low mileage used vehicle makes it onto our dealership unless it meets these high standards.

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Building Quality into Each Used Car

Searching for quality used cars throughout Las Vegas?

Charlie Cheap Car is the leading provider of low-cost, affordable used cars in Las Vegas. Our used car dealership has, in recent years, grown from strength to strength as our client-based come to understand, more and more, that when they buy from Charlie, they’re buying quality.

And quality matters.

It’s not enough to purchase a used car which, in six months, either goes out of commission or needs incessant repairs. These costs build-up, often quite substantially. You need to invest in a vehicle that will you for the months and…

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How to Pass Your Driving Test First-Time Around

Taking your driving test can be, for some, a daunting experience. With your examiner watching your every move, it can be difficult to concentrate on everything around you. Although many people pass the driving test first-time around, for others, they’re not so lucky. It may take 2 times, 3 times, 4 times – even 10 times or more, before they finally crack the exam.

Taking the exam second-time around is often a worse experience than the first time. You’re under even more pressure to perform better, even if you’re practiced in the weeks and months prior. All that…

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Motoring Trends We Can Expect to See in 2018

Motoring Trends We Can Expect to See in 2018

We’re only one month into the new year but the motoring trends we anticipated are already coming into effect. Each year, doyens of the motoring world analyse more data than you can imagine – data that assesses the likely behaviour of motorists in the year ahead. Some of these predictions are safe, others quite a plunge into the random. Whatever we think of them, they invariably – even in some small way – come to hold more than a grain of truth.

Without further ado, then, let’s quickly review what these 2018…

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Used Car Dealership Growth Expected to Rise in 2018

Used car dealerships have grown from strength to strength in recent years. That trend is expected to continue in 2018, with more consumers turning online to find the right used car for them. There are numerous reasons for this – not least the seemingly terminal decline in direct used car sales in Las Vegas.

Used cars have also become a more popular, cost-effective and pragmatic solution.

More popular because the quality of used cars has grown throughout the years. No longer do consumers have to worry about poor quality, potentially unsafe used…

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Why Electric Cars Have Become So Popular

Electric cars are not a new idea. They have come about many times through the years but have not stuck around. Today's concerns about global warming and the expense of gasoline may have finally changed that. Several major companies are catching on to the possibilities of providing a clean running car and have added hybrid cars to their production lists.

One of the biggest obstacles, range, has been a huge deterrence for the purchase and development of these cars. Battery cell research has finally overtaken most of this obstacle. New batteries are smaller, stronger, longer lasting, and recharge faster…

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