Get an even better deal when purchasing a new car at a dealership with over 30 dealers to choose from! Just contact a Vehicle Acquisition Specialist to get started and they will help you:
Estimate the trade-in value of your current vehicle.
Schedule an appointment for you with a fleet car manager or other dealership representative to receive the no-haggle Educators member price.
Refer you to loan personnel that can pre-approve an auto loan if you need financing.
Educators Auto & Lease offers vehicle leasing without the hassle and hidden fees. We can help you find any make or model vehicle and will accept your trade-in. Get a great deal on your lease with Educators Auto & Lease. Here are some of the benefits of a lease with us:
No required down payment
Customized lease by mileage, years, interest rates and money down
The ability for an early buyout with no penalties
Reasonably Priced Warranty Service Agreements
We offer extended warranties on vehicles so you can avoid paying hundreds, or even thousands of dollars on future mechanical vehicle repairs after the factory warranty expires. With the InterContinental Warranty Services plan, designed specially for Educators members, you will save you up to 50% on comparable plans offered by auto dealers. We also include Roadside Assistance with every Vehicle Service Agreement, which means you receive:
1CARFAX® Vehicle History Reports™ are based on information supplied to CARFAX®. CARFAX® Does not have the complete history of every vehicle. The “CARFAX® Buyback Guarantee” is subject to the terms and conditions on Carfax.com.
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