JOLIET, Ill., July 24, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The biggest used car sale of the year for the Bill Jacobs Auto Group will be taking place this weekend from July 27th until July 31st. Over 500 used cars will be on site and wholesale buyers will be in attendance to offer you the highest trade-in allowances in the industry. Not only will the cars be offered at the bottom line but payments are going to be at their lowest. Customers will be able to drive away from the lot for as little as $99 down. In addition to used cars in Joliet, IL, there will also be plenty of demo cars that will be marked down by thousands of dollars. Be sure to come in to Bill Jacobs Mazda and get a great deal on a used car.
Sales staff will be on hand all day long to put customers in one our hundreds of used cars. No reasonable offer will be refused and trade-in values will be at their highest. Vehicles from Chrysler, Lincoln, Pontiac, Mazda, Land Rover, Jaguar, Subaru, Chevy, Ford, and many, many more will be available.
If you have no credit or bad credit do not be discouraged from attending. The dealership is aiming for 100 percent credit approval and will have special credit programs to get people behind the wheel. Financial lenders will be on hand to offer millions of dollars in credit specifically for this event. If you work and can provide a down payment then you can drive home in a new used car today.
The sale will feature the finest used cars from a variety of places. Bank repossessions, program cars, lease returns and low mileage trade-ins will all be available at the event. This is a centralized location of the best used cars from around Joliet, so don't miss out.
Bill Jacobs wants to help any and all customers get into the perfect used car for them. Stop in at the dealerships this weekend from 9 am until 9 pm on Friday, Monday and Tuesday and on Saturday from 9 am until 5 pm.
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