Spring Vehicle Deals at Daytona Dodge
Daytona Dodge - Members Only Car Sale April 13-15
Posted on 03/29/2017
Looking for a new car? Take advantage of great savings
at our 3 Day Auto Sale Event!
April 13 - 15, 2017
Where and when?
1450 N. Tomoka Farms Road • Daytona Beach, FL 32124
Thursday - Saturday - 9:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Contact the dealer for details:
LIMITED TIME OFFER!
SCCU Members receive a $500 deposit1 into their SCCU savings account with any vehicle purchase!
Know Your Payments Before You Buy
SCCU's fast application and approval process can get you pre-approved in minutes!
1$500 DEPOSIT: The $500 deposit will be made by dealership into the SCCU member’s savings account after vehicle purchase is completed and the dealership has received loan funding. Offer only applies to vehicles that are financed through SCCU. Offer applies to any vehicle purchased from Daytona Dodge April 13 - 15, 2017 only. Offer subject to change and may be withdrawn without notice.
2RATES: Rate current at the time of printing and is subject to change. Rate shown is fixed Annual Percentage Rate (APR). Yours may be different. Rate shown is available for terms up to 36 months and is affected by your credit quality, model year, term selected, loan amount, loan to value (LTV), and payment method. Qualified borrowers only. Our usual credit criteria apply. Not all who apply will be approved. You may be asked to furnish a down payment
3DEFERRED PAYMENT: Optional. Interest accrues from date of the contract. Qualified borrowers only. First payment may be deferred up to 6 months and is dependent upon when your loan closes. Your deferment may be six months or less. Deferred payment is not available for refinances of existing SCCU auto loans. The loan must close on or before the close of business on April 30, 2017. When selecting the six months no payment offering, your interest will continue to accumulate on a daily basis from the date you sign your loan agreement. This may result in one or more of your initial payments being applied only to interest, until all accumulated interest is satisfied, and not reduce your principal balance.