Car City's mission is simple! To create the easiest and least stressful car buying experience possible.
Founded in 1989 by Charles Guy, a former engineer for Pontiac Motors in Detroit Michigan, Mr. Guy believed that a car should be more than just a way to get from point A to point B. His extensive background in the world of automobiles taught him that there was a better way to sell cars, and that word of mouth was the best way to advertise his business. The better a person is treated the more likely that they are to return.
With over 20 years in business, and more than 20,000 vehicles sold, Car City understand it's customers needs, and we do what ever it takes to meet them. We invite you to stop in and let us prove it to you as well.
My staff and I would like to invite ANYONE considering buying a used vehicle to experience our relaxed atmosphere where customer satisfaction is our #1 priority. Our no haggle/ no hassle approach to conducting business will make you think differently about the used car shopping experience.
If at any point a customer is not 100% satisfied, I want to know about it...
Feel free to email me with any questions you may have, I'd love to help you make your dreams come true!
* All down payments shown assume that the customer also meets the income requirements set by our lenders, has a CAPS score of 1, or meet Auto Loan's "D" approval guidelines, and is factored at Connecticut's 6.35% sales tax rate. If any variances, down payment sums may be greater.
W2 Employee Receives a constant pay stub, showing all local, state and federal tax deductions.
Personal Check Receives a personal or business check that is hand written from the employer, with no tax deductions showing.
Cash Payments Does not receive a pay check, all income is in cash. (Examples: waitress/waiter, bar tender, landscaper, hair dresser.)
Temp Service Works through staffing or placement agency and is not a direct employee of the company they currently work at.
"Excellent" Means that the vehicle looks new, is in excellent mechanical condition and needs no reconditioning. The vehicle has never had any paint or body work and is free of rust. The vehicle has a clean title history and will pass a smog and safety inspection. The engine compartment is clean, with no fluid leaks and is free of any wear or visible defects. The vehicle also has complete and verifiable service records. (Less than 5% of all used vehicles fall into this category.)
"Good" Means that the vehicle is free of any major defects. This vehicle has a clean title history, the paint, body and interior have only minor (if any) blemishes, and there are no major mechanical problems. There should be little or no rust on this vehicle. The tires match and have substantial tread wear left. A "good" vehicle will need some reconditioning to be sold at retail. Most consumer owned vehicles fall into this category.
"Fair" Means that the vehicle has some mechanical or cosmetic defects and needs servicing but is still in reasonable running condition. This vehicle has a clean title history, the paint, body and/or interior need work performed by a professional. The tires may need to be replaced. There may be some repairable rust damage.
"Poor" Means that the vehicle has severe mechanical and/or cosmetic defects and is in poor running condition. The vehicle may have problems that cannot be readily fixed such as a damaged frame or a rusted-through body. A vehicle with a branded title (salvage, flood, etc.) or unsubstantiated mileage is considered "poor." A vehicle in poor condition may require an independent appraisal to determine its value. Kelley Blue Book does not attempt to report a value on a "poor" vehicle because the value of cars in this category varies greatly.
PLEASE BE HONSET WHEN APPRAISING YOUR CAR, SO THAT WE ARE ABLE TO BETTER PROCESS YOUR EZ FINANCING APPLICATION.
ALL TRADE-INS ARE SUBJECT TO INSPECTION AND/OR A TEST DRIVE BY OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT BEFORE A FINAL TRADE IN VALUE IS OFFERED.
Employed (Gets W2) Works full or part time directly for an employer, receives pay stubs or income proofs showing FICA tax deductions.
Self-Employed (No W-2) Works for themselves, or as an independent contractor and is responsible to pay their own taxes.
Fixed Income Receives a steady stream of income without tax deductions. (Examples: Alimony, retirement, pension, disability, or social security recipient.)
Unemployed Receives unemployment benefits or a person receiving no income.