2016 Hyundai Tucson vs 2016 Nissan Rogue

In the compact crossover market there are several vehicles to choose from.  The 2016 Hyundai Tucson is standing out against the competition.  Here is a quick comparison of the Hyundai Tucson vs the Nissan Rogue

The Nissan Rogue had its last redesign in 2014 while in 2016 the Tucson had a complete redesign done.  The Tucson gained more upscale styling with a more elegant look while the Rogue focuses on more passenger space

The Hyundai Tucson is offered with seating for 5 while the Rogue is available with 3rd row.  Keep in mind the 3rd row for seating in the Nissan Rogue is only sized for children.

The styling of both models comes out with the Hyundai ahead.  The new look of this SUV has premium materials inside and out.  The Tucson has been defined as elegant simplicity.  With the other models including the Limited which offers plush leather upholstery.  The exterior has also been redesigned  with well sculptured sheet metal to emulate more expensive models

Now speaking of performance the Rogue loses this comparison by a long shot.  The Hyundai Tucson comes with a 164 horsepower 2.0 liter 4 cylinder 6 speed transmission.    This combination offers good drivability and refinement.

Both models are made for comfort.  The Tucson has improved the soft quiet ride and the steering is reasonably communicate.  In the Rogue they do have a softer ride but the steering is less engaging than the Hyundai.  People also noticed more cabin noise coming from the Rogue when comparing it to the Tucson.

The Rogue used to beat out the Hyundai Tucson for safety until this year.  They Hyundai has already earned the IIHS Top Safety Pick.  A rear view camera comes standard and the active safety kit with automatic emergency braking available.


With over 30 of these Hyundai SUVs in stock and available, John Amato Hyundai Superstore has the Tucson you need.  Schedule your test drive today .






The end of the Hyundai Equus

2016 is the last year the Hyundai Equus will be available for sale.  According to Hyundai they are making the replacement with the new G90, which will be the flagship for the Hyundai Luxury Brand

Due to the trickling of sales  of the Hyundai Equus, which from last month statistics averaging 200 units per month in the United States, Hyundai is making room for a downsized luxury model

The Hyundai Equus comes with 2 trim levels.  The Signature and the Ultimate.  The standard options include but are not limited to 8 speed automatic transmission, adjustable air suspension, 19 inch wheels, electronic driver aids, parking aids, heated and cooling seats, navigation and much more.

This Signature edition comes standard with leather upholstery, wood trim, tree zone climate control, adaptive cruise control, front and rear parking sensors, moonrooof, pre-collision warning system, LED running lights, rearveiw camera and more

The Ultimate edition comes standard with multi-level heated seats, reclining rear seats, Hands free entry, reverse tilt dual mirrors with curb view, adaptive cruise control, Lexicon premium brand speakers, surround audio, navigation with voice activation and more


Not to worry Hyundai will be rolling out an entire luxury line in 2017


Stop in and test drive the Equus at John Amato Hyundai Superstore

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What’s the difference of Prequalification vs Preapproval

When searching for an auto loan there is a difference of the terms Prequalification vs Preapproval.    They are not the same.  Both refer to an evaluation that can come before an auto loan application, however, they differ in their purposes and intend meanings for applicants


Lenders and financial institutions offer prequalification as a way to indicate to a potential borrower that a person appears to be a good candidate for an auto loan.  If a lender prequalifies you for a loan then it believes that they might be able to give you a loan based on the limited information it has on you or the limited information that you have provided to them.  This information can include details about your debts, assets, income, credit score, judgments and more.  However, lenders require less information to prequalify a person than to approve them for a loan.  If you are in the market for a loan, you need to understand that prequalification is NO Guarantee for an approval.



Preapproval is more concrete than a prequalification, yet it is still not the same as a loan application approval.  When considering a person for preapproval, a lender looks at much of the same financial information that it would when considering a loan application, such as credit history and capacity to pay a loan.  What is usually missing form a preapproval application is the actual asset (vehicle) that the potential borrower wishes to purchase.

People usually seek preapproval while they are still shopping for their new vehicle because a person can take a preapproval to a seller as proof that a person can secure financing to purchase the asset.  A preapproval affirms a borrower’s belief that a person can afford the car because a financial institution has poured over that customer’s background to determine that consumer’s credit worthiness.

If you are preapproved for a loan,  you are still not guaranteed a loan.  You still have to put in a formal application to get your loan.  Like with prequalification, preapproval does not guarantee that your actual loan will match the loan terms quoted to you or that your lender will even approve  your application


In summary, prequalification and preapprovals are meant to be useful sources of information for potential borrowers.  Both give a person some sense of the type of loan that a lender might give them.  But NO lending institution will extended a loan based on prequalification or preapproval alone.  To offer a loan a lender needs a loan application complete with extensive information on th borrower and the vehicle that the customer would like to purchase.


Contact John Amato Hyundai Superstore to establish or re establish your credit


Does Searching for a Auto Loan Hurt My Credit?

When you make the decision to purchase a vehicle most people spend time looking for the best interest rate along with test driving vehicles.  If you decide to rate shop you can hurt your credit standing

For specific types of loans like an auto loan credit score models are also designed to take shopping for a loan into account only if you have a higher tier credit score.

When you apply for a loan and the lender checks your credit, a credit score is created for the lender.  According to one major credit score company, any inquiries that took place in the 30 days prior to that scoring will not affect your score.  So it’s a good idea to do your loan shopping in a timely manner.

The rules on inquiries are different if you are also applying for new credit cards. Credit scoring companies consider consumers who apply for several new credit lines in short period of time to be a higher risk and they adjust the credit score to reflect that.

Remember that New credit applications account for just 10 percent of your overall score, so as long as you are paying your existing bills on time your score should not dip  But, if your credit score is 650 or less a few points that will take a hit and if you shop multiple sources your score could dip fast  and more than a few points.  Several inquiries over the course of a few months could push your 600 plus score down into the 500 range.  That is why it is discouraged to shop multiple places for multiple vehicle loans at the same time

At John Amato Hyundai Superstore we work with 30 different lenders and have in house financing available to assist you to establish and re establish your credit.



Leasing vs Buying Answers

When deciding to upgrade your vehicle several customers have questions on whether leasing or buying is the right route for them.

At John Amato Hyundai we are here to answer your questions to assist you with the process and decision

With the list below it may answer your questions on which route you should take

  Buying Leasing
Ownership You own the vehicle and get to keep it as long as you want it. You don’t own the vehicle. You get to use it but must return it at the end of the lease unless you decide to buy it.
Up-front costs They include the cash price or a down payment, taxes, registration and other fees. They typically include the first month’s payment, a refundable security deposit, a down payment, taxes, registration and other fees.
Monthly payments Loan payments are usually higher than lease payments because you’re paying off the entire purchase price of the vehicle, plus interest and other finance charges, taxes, and fees. Lease payments are almost always lower than loan payments because you’re paying only for the vehicle’s depreciation during the lease term, plus interest charges (called rent charges), taxes, and fees.
Early termination You can sell or trade in your vehicle at any time. If necessary, money from the sale can be used to pay off any loan balance. If you end the lease early, early-termination charges can be almost as costly as sticking with the contract.
Vehicle return You’ll have to deal with selling or trading in your car when you decide you want a different one. You can return the vehicle at lease-end, pay any end-of-lease costs, and walk away.
Future value The vehicle will depreciate but its cash value is yours to use as you like. On the plus side, its future value doesn’t affect you financially. On the negative side, you don’t have any equity in the vehicle.
Mileage You’re free to drive as many miles as you want. (But higher mileage lowers the vehicle’s trade-in or resale value.) Most leases limit the number of miles you may drive, often 12,000 to 15,000 per year. (You can negotiate a higher mileage limit.) You’ll have to pay charges for exceeding your limits.
Excessive wear and tear You don’t have to worry about wear and tear, but it could lower the vehicle’s trade-in or resale value. Most leases hold you responsible. You’ll have to pay extra charges for exceeding what is considered normal wear and tear.
End of term At the end of the loan term (typically four to five years), you have no further payments and you have built equity to help pay for your next vehicle. At the end of the lease (typically two to four years), you’ll have to finance the purchase of the car or lease or buy another.
Customizing The vehicle is yours to modify or customize as you like. Because the lessor wants the vehicle returned in sellable condition, any modifications or custom parts you add will need to be removed before you return the car. If there is any residual damage, you’ll have to pay to have it fixed.

Understanding leasing

When trying to decide whether to lease a new vehicle, it is important to understand how the financial mechanics of leasing compared to an auto loan.

When  you lease, you borrow the entire value of the vehicle.  For example when you drive away in a $36000 leased vehicle, you are immediately tying up the entire $36000 that the finance company gave to the dealership

With a loan  your payments are based on the entire cost of the vehicle.  For a 36-month loan on a $36000 vehicle, the principal portion of the payments averages $1000 month.  But with a lease, you pay back only the vehicle’s decline in value (depreciation value) while you are using it.

Since the $360600 vehicle might depreciate about $18000 over that same 36 month term, the principle portion of the monthly lease payment would be base on $500, about half as much as the loan.  Of course at the end of the lease, you have to return the vehicle unless you buy it out at the end of the lease

In both cases the net principal you pay back $18000

Add Finance Charge

In addition to the principal portion of the payment, there are also finance charges, the interest rate to borrow money.  These are much higher for a lease because you are paying back the cost of a leased car more slowly, $500 a month for a lease vs $1000 for a loan.  That leave a grater unpaid balance that is subject to the fiance charge month after month.

In exchange for the lower payments that come with a lease, you are paying a higher finance charge. That additional cost would be offset by the sales tax break lesses receive.

Does it make sense to lease?

The financial workings of leasing sometimes confuses people and it is not for everyone.

In some cases leases are the best way to get rid of the negative equity of your current vehicle loan.

When you opt for a longer term loan, for example 6 years, this puts you at risk of “being upside down” for some time. This is where you owe more on the vehicle that the vehicle is worth.  If you decide to trade in the car early the resale or insurance value of your vehicle will likely be less than you still owe.  If you like to drive new vehicles every few years. Leasing is a great option for you.




2014 Hyundai Accent at John Amato Hyundai

The Hyundai Accent is a great choice for a subcompact vehicle within its class.  Th has a more interior space with predictable performance. It holds a more elegant look than other subcompacts with higher grade interior features

At John Amato Hyundai Superstore, we offer Certified Preowned Accents at discount prices.   Which makes us the #1 Certified Preowned Dealer in the state of Wisconsin.

The Hyundai Accent  accelerates, steers, and handles in a very adequate , predictable way.  It has a direct-injection 1.6 liter 4 cylinder engine.

The Hyundai Accent is very comparable to the Honda Fit.  But the accent has a very comfortable, spacious interior for its passengers which makes it best in its class.  The back seat spacing is exceptionable, for providing room for your cargo.


Certified Hyundai Information from John Amato Hyundai

There are several benefits of purchasing a Certified Hyundai from John Amato Hyundai Superstore

What’s Included in purchasing a Certified Pre-Owned Hyundai from John Amato Hyundai Superstore?

  • 10-year/100,000-mile Powertrain Limited Warranty
  • Remainder of 5-year/60,000-mile Limited Warranty
  • 10-Year/Unlimited Mile 24-hour Roadside Assistance
  • 150-point inspection
  • First-day rental car reimbursement for covered repairs up to $35/day for ten days
  • Towing to the nearest Hyundai dealership
  • Travel breakdown reimbursement up to $100/day; $500 per occurrence
  • 90 days of SiriusXM Radio
  • Complimentary CARFAX Vehicle History Report

10-Year/100,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty:

Repair/replacement of powertrain components (selected engine/transmission/transaxle components)
*With a used Hyundai that’s not Certified, you would have powertrain components covered through the 5-year/60,000-mile Limited Warranty directly below:

Remainder of 5-Year/60,000-Mile Limited Warranty:

Repair or replacement of any component manufactured or originally installed by Hyundai that is defected in material or factory workmanship, under normal use and maintenance
*You may also take advantage of our CPO Wrap, which enhances the Hyundai factory limited warranty to 10 years/100,000 miles. 

Repair at Authorized Hyundai Dealer

Find repair service nationwide through any authorized Hyundai dealership. Contact your local Hyundai dealer or call 1-800-633-5151 for details.

Genuine Hyundai Parts

Coverage ensures that any necessary replacement parts will be made using Genuine Hyundai new or Hyundai-approved parts.

What Goes Into a 150-Point Inspection?

An extensive 150-point mechanical and appearance inspection, performed by your local Hyundai dealer makes certain that each vehicle meets Hyundai CPO program standards. An Inspection Check Sheet is strictly followed to ensure consistency so no item is overlooked.

A CARFAX® Vehicle History Report is generated as item #1 of the inspection process to help ensure that the vehicle you’re purchasing doesn’t have any past problems such as accident or frame damage, lemon law history or odometer issues. Vehicles not meeting or exceeding all Hyundai CPO program standards are excluded from the system.

In order to meet the rigorous standards of the CPO program, Hyundai factory-trained dealership technicians put each vehicle through an exhaustive series of examinations (see table below), scrutinizing all major vehicle systems to assure reliability, quality and customer confidence. Up-to-date maintenance services are performed with checks made to all vital fluids, tire tread depth and brake pad thickness. Any component that does not meet Hyundai CPO standards is reconditioned or repaired. Any component that cannot be repaired is replaced with Genuine Hyundai parts.



Feel secure knowing that your Hyundai CPO car or CUV comes with 10-year/unlimited mileage Roadside Assistance from the vehicle’s original in-service date for items such as:

  • Emergency towing to the nearest Hyundai dealer, accidents included
  • Battery jump starts
  • Changing of a flat tire
  • Out-of-fuel assistance (up to three gallons)
  • Lock-out assistance
  • And trip interruption reimbursement

Roadside Assistance coverage is 24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week and 365 days-a-year and is available by calling 1-800-243-7766.

  • 24-Hour Roadside Assistance: For minor mechanical disablements such as a flat tire (with your good spare), out-of-gas or dead battery, and for emergency lockout service.
  • Trip Interruption:  Should a mechanical breakdown of a covered part occur when you are 150 miles or more away from home, you are reimbursed up to $100 per day, $500 per occurrence.
  • Car Rental Reimbursement:  Up to $35 per day for up to ten (10) days on a covered claim.
  • Towing Benefit: To nearest Hyundai dealership, no cost cap applies.

Complete conditions and exclusions for Hyundai CPO Roadside Assistance can be found in the CPO Powertrain Limited Warranty Provisions and the CPO Warranty Information & Owner’s Handbook.

Complimentary CARFAX® Vehicle History Report

We want you to be confident in your purchase of a Hyundai CPO vehicle. That’s why all Hyundai CPO vehicles include a complimentary, detailed Vehicle History Report (VHR). CARFAX®, the most trusted name is VHRs, is Hyundai CPOs preferred provider.

A CARFAX® VHR can help ensure that the vehicle you’re purchasing doesn’t have any past problems like frame damage, lemon law history or odometer issues. The report is run as item #1 of our 150-point inspection process. A copy of each vehicle’s CARFAX® Vehicle History Report will be kept at the selling dealership and a copy will be provided for your records. Or, view the actual CARFAX® VHR for your specific vehicle while searching our current inventory.

No-Charge, Three-Month Trial of SiriusXM® Satellite Radio on Hyundai Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles

All of our SiriusXM1-equipped Hyundai Certified Pre-Owned vehicles come with three trial months of the “XMTM Select Package”.  Listen to over 130 channels coast to coast, including commercial-free music, sports, news, talk, entertainment and more. Hear more of what you love, all in one place.

The XM Select Package includes:

  • Over 130 channels.
  • Commercial-free music, plus artist-dedicated channels and live performances.

Visit John Amato Hyundai Superstore for the Largest Inventory and we are the #1 Certified Hyundai Dealer in the State of Wisconsin

2014 Nissan Altima in Stock at John Amato Hyundai

Why by new when John Amato Hyundai has several 2014 low mile Nissan Altima in stock.  These vehicles MSRP new around $25000.  John Amato Hyundai Superstore has them for $15000 and under.  These are low mileage vehicles

In 2014 the Nissan Altima Coupe was discontinued, but the remaining Altima sedan benefited from the Nissan Connect Apps introduction.  The Nissan Connect Apps, was a smartphone integration platform that includes Pandora and Facebook connectivity.  The 2.5s trim got a Sport value package with a touchscreen-based Display audio package as options, while the Technology package was then offered in both the SV and SL Trims

In 2013 the Altima Line became larger in size to shift in line with the Maxima’s sense of style.  The Nissan Altima is Nissan’s top selling sedan and continues to be.

In 2014 Nissan focused also on the ride and handling.  It became more focused and responsive to many driving styles.  The Altima CVT transmission played a major factor in the vehicle’s excellent fuel economy.

The interior of the Altima offers high-quality cabin materials and an attractive, sport like dashboard.

The 2.5S Nissan Altima comes with automatic headlights, cruise control, six-way power driver seat, a more advanced functionality for the gauge cluster LCD screen and a six-speaker sound system.  The Sport Value package adds 16-inch alloy wheels, remote ignition and a trunk lid spoiler.  The display audio package includes a 5 inch touchscreen display, rear-view camera, a USB port, satellite radio and smartphone app integration

The engine in the 2.5 S Nissan Altima comes standard with a 2.5 liter four-cylinder engine that generates 182 horsepower.  The CVT sends the power to the front wheels.  In a separate Edmunds test this took the engine from 0 to 60 in under 8 seconds.

Another highlight of the Nissan Altima is the engineered ‘zero-gravity” front seats.  With assistance from NASA research these seats were specifically designed to relive common pressure points and improve comfort for long distant driving.


Schedule your test drive today at John Amato Hyundai Superstore.  Serving Milwaukee, Waukesha and surrounding areas




Preferred Credit Vehicles Now has Warranty Included

Warranty is included now on Preferred Credit inventory at John Amato Hyundai Superstore in Milwaukee Wisconsin. This means that you receive extra protection on every pre-owned vehicle sold thru the Preferred Credit Corporation at John Amato Hyundai Superstore



Standard Plan Coverage Includes:

Axle assembly components: All internally lubricated components within the drive axle housing including: bearings, carrier assembly, gears, ring gear, thrust washers, shafts and spacer.  Drive axle housing, but only if damaged as a direct result of a breakdown of a covered drive axle assembly component. In addition, the following external drive axle parts: axle shafts, center support bearing and mount, constant velocity joints and boots, drive shaft, universal joints and flex discs, viscous coupling.

Engine components: All internally lubricated components including: cam shaft, cam shaft bearings, connecting rods, connecting rod bearings, crankshaft, crankshaft bearings, freeze plugs, lifters, mechanical fuel pump, oil pump, oil pump gears, oil pump shaft, pistons, piston rings, push-rods, rocker arms, rocker arm shafts, rocker arm pivots, timing chain, timing gears, timing chain-guides, valves, valve lash adjusters, valve seats, valve springs, valve guides, variable valve timing parts, and wrist pins.

External engine parts: Alternator, cam/valve covers, crankshaft pulley, engine mounts, engine oil reservoir pump, exhaust manifolds, flex plate, flywheel, fuel pump, harmonic balancer, intake manifold, inter-cooler, oil pan, pulleys, starter, timing cover, timing belt, timing belt tensioner,timing gears, thermostat, vacuum pump, water pump.

Automatic transmission components: All internally lubricated components including: bands, bearings, carrier, drums, gears, governor, hubs, pump, pump housing, servos, shafts, valve body.  Transmission case, only if damaged as a direct result of a breakdown of a covered transmission component. In addition, the following external transmission parts: torque converter, transmission mounts, vacuum modulator.

Manual transmission and transfer case: All internally lubricated components including: bearings, gears, hubs, shafts, shift rails, shift forks, synchronizers. Transmission and transfer case but only if damaged as a direct result of a breakdown of a covered transmission or transfer case component. Seals and gaskets are covered only when required for a covered repair. Minor seepage and minor loss of fluid is considered normal and is not a covered repair.

This limited warranty will not pay anything for a breakdown:

1. Due to or contributed to by rust or corrosion, foreign objects and/or contamination of fuels, fluids, refrigerants, or lubricants.

2. Due to freezing or overheating, due to any cause, including as a result of overheating due to water pump failure.

3. Due to misuse, abuse, or negligence including but not limited to breakdowns that occur when not driving on legally marked roadways.

4. Due to the lack of normal maintenance required by the manufacturer’s maintenance schedule.

5. Due to or caused by improper servicing or repairs.

6. Due to the failure to maintain proper levels of oil, coolant, lubricants or fluids due to any cause.

7. Due to cracked cylinder heads and/or cracked engine blocks unless caused by the failure of an internally lubricated part.

8. Due to alterations, installations, or modifications that have been made to Your Vehicle that do not meet manufacturer’s original specifications; or the use of Your Vehicle in a manner not recommended by the manufacturer; this includes but is not limited to any custom or add-on part, all frame or suspension modifications, lift kits, over-sized/undersized tires, emissions and/or exhaust systems, or engine modifications.

9. Caused by collision, fire, theft, freezing, vandalism, riot, explosion, lightning, earthquake, windstorm, hail, water, flood, falling objects, acts of God, or environmental damage.

10. Covered by a different warranty or by any other manufacturer’s or repairer’s guarantee.

11. Due to pulling a trailer or another vehicle unless Your Vehicle is equipped as recommended by the vehicle’s manufacturer and to towed trailer or vehicle meets the manufacturer’s limitations and specifications.

12. If your vehicle is used for a taxi, Uber, or other limousine type of service; including but not limited to delivery service, postal service, snow removal, or any other commercial activity.

13. Repair or replacement of any covered item at a repair facility that is not an Amato owned facility.

14. Caused by a non-covered part.

15. Any emission control device solely to meet Emissions Standards required by State or Federal law.

16. Additional damage to covered parts as a result of the failure to protect Your Vehicle from further damage when a break down has occurred.

The total of all benefits paid or payable for each repair visit is limited to the actual cash value of the vehicle, not considering loss of value due to the breakdown of a covered part. The total of all benefits paid or payable during the term of this warranty shall not exceed the purchase price of the vehicle.


This coverage is for the limit of the loan only.  For more information please contact Preferred Credit Corp at John Amato Hyundai Superstore


Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems Explained

Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems Explained by John Amato Hyundai Superstore

There are two types of Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems Direct and Indirect.  Here we will give you explanations of both

Direct Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) uses pressure monitoring sensors within each tire that monitor specific pressure levels.  Not just wheel revolution information from the anti-lock brake system

Sensors in the direct TPMS may even provide tire temperature readings.  The direct tire pressure monitory system sends all of its data to a centralized control module where it is analyzed, interpreted, and if tire pressure is lower than it should be, transmitted directly to your dashboard where the indicator light illuminates.  A direct tire pressure monitor usually sends all of its data wirelessly.  Each sensor has a unique serial number.  This is how the system not only distinguishes between itself and systems on other vehicles, but also among pressure readings for each individual tire.

Many manufacturers use proprietary technology for these highly specialized systems, so replacing a TPMS in a way that is consistent and compatible with your vehicle will require an experienced, knowledgeable technician.  If you have any questions schedule an appointment at John Amato Hyundai Superstore

Some advantages of Direct TPMS

  • Delivers actual tire pressure readings from inside the tire
  • Not prone to inaccuracies because of tire rotations or tire replacements
  • Batteries inside the sensors usually last for about 10 years
  • May be included in the vehicle’s spare tire


Indirect TPMS Information

The indirect TPMS typically relies on wheel speed sensors that the anti lock brake system uses.  These sensors measure the rate of revolution each wheel is making and can be used by on-board computer systems to compare with each other and to the vehicle operation data such as speed

Based on the rate of revolution of each wheel,, the computer can interpret the relative size of the tires on your vehicle.  When a wheel starts spinning faster than expected, the computer calculates that the tire is under inflated and alerts the driver of the vehicle accordingly.

An indirect tire pressure monitory system does not actually measure tire pressure.  It simply measures how fast your tires are rotating and sends signals to the computer that will actuate the indicator light when something in the rotation seems amiss

Advantages of Indirect TPMS

  • Relatively inexpensive compared to direct TPMS
  • Requires less programming/ maintenance over the years than the direct TPMS
  • Less overall installation maintenance then its direct counterpart


Auto Loan Pre- Approval Instantly

Auto Loan Instant Pre- Approval serving Milwaukee Waukesha Areas at John Amato Hyundai Superstore

While many consumers are familiar with bad or blemished credit, they do not have as many options to auto loans as others.

Here at John Amato Hyundai Superstore, we are one of the exclusive dealerships in the Milwaukee area that can give you an instant decision for Pre-Approval.

In order to bridge the gap for many consumers, John Amato Hyundai Superstore offers our consumers with more options.  Most dealerships only use banks or major lenders for people with ‘prime” credit.  Here at John Amato Hyundai we give people more options.  Not only do we work with those lending companies, we have built relationships with third party lenders and have our own in house financing available.

Other dealers are not flexible or understanding when it comes to dealing with customers who have had complicated credit situations.  John Amato Hyundai specializes in it including bankruptcy and repossession.  We are here to help you rebuild and reestablish your credit.

How can we help you?

Here at John Amato Hyundai Superstore, we have been assisting people with credit issues for over 25 years.  We work with you and your credit along with our new Instant Pre Approval for Auto Loans to get you driving quicker and easier than before We also report to the major credit bureaus to get you re established and back on track to rebuild your credit.  So when it comes around to trading in your vehicle, you will have more options when it comes to auto loan.

So if you are serious about getting a vehicle and getting your credit back on track, begin with your Auto Loan Instant Pre Approval.

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