It's tax season! Shop Roush Ford Today!

Tax season is well underway, so why not put that big chunk of money you got back to automotive use? According to studies, the average tax return is $3,000, and with that amount of dough you can drive away with the new Ford vehicle that you've been eyeing. Here is how you can use your tax return to secure your dream ride.

Down Payment

Down payments are useful when you're looking to buy or lease a vehicle, as they lower the amount you'll have to pay each month. You can get a vehicle for zero down, depending on the offer and your credit history, but when you have a notable amount of cash to put down, you can see some significant changes in your monthly payment. This is especially true if you're looking to secure a low-cost Ford lease.

Monthly Payments

When people think about using a tax return to pay for a vehicle, they mostly think of putting it towards the down payment, which we describe above. That said, you could also use your tax return for paying off several months of car payments at once! This could be a good choice if the amount of your tax return wasn't significant enough for a major down payment that would significantly change your monthly amount.

For those who aren't looking to buy yet...

We'd of course love for you to come in to get a new Ford or used vehicle with your tax return, but we know not everyone is in the market for a new car. Here are some things you can do with your tax return instead:

  • Use the money to further accessorize your current car. You could buy Genuine Ford Accessories from our parts center to further protect your investment and/or make it more functional.
  • Take the money and put it into a separate savings account for vehicle service needs that can pop up at the most inopportune times.
  • Contact Ford Financial Services and use the money towards the principal on your current car payment.

For more information on our inventory, or if you want to speak with our parts team, come into our dealership this week so you can put that tax return to exciting work!

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