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Keystone Financing

Why should you finance at Coast To Coast?

For perfecting your lien and handling your title, it is easy for Coast to Coast to handle it all. We will take care of all the paperwork and will make it easy for our customers. We have access to lenders with competitive rates. Our no-hassle finance department works with multiple nationwide lenders that allow us the best access to competitive finance options. We want to make this process an easy and positive experience for our customers.
 

Coast To Coast Imports works with several financing (or lending) institutions to bring you the most competitive rates and terms on vehicle financing. We offer flexible rates, terms, and payments so that you can obtain the loan that fits your unique needs. Financing through our dealership lets you enjoy a quick, competitive, and straightforward way of getting your new vehicle.

 

  • Custom simple interest financing terms up to 96 months tailored to fit your personal needs.
  • By having representatives in all major markets, we are enabled to provide loans at lower rates.
  • Nationwide lender’s market allows us to shop the terms outside your trading area.


It’s Hassle Free to Apply for Financing at Coast To Coast Imports.

Keystone Location

Hours

  • Monday
    9:00am-7:00pm
  • Tuesday
    9:00am-6:00pm
  • Wednesday
    9:00am-7:00pm
  • Thursday
    9:00am-7:00pm
  • Friday
    9:00am-6:00pm
  • Saturday
    9:00am-6:00pm
  • Sunday
    Closed

Contact Information

5350 N. Keystone Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46220
Phone: (317) 257-9000
Financing 101: Things you need to know.

What is a Credit Score?

A credit score is a term used to refer to credit bureau risk scores. It broadly refers to a number generated by a statistical model, which is used to objectively evaluate information that pertains to making a credit decision. Your credit card history; amount of outstanding debt; the type of credit you use; negative information such as bankruptcies or late payments; collection accounts and judgments; too little credit history and too many credit lines with the maximum amount borrowed are all included in credit-scoring models to determine your credit score. The most widely used credit score is called FICO for Fair Issac Co., which developed it.

 

Understanding Your Credit Report
To have a complete picture of your credit history, it is important to get a credit report from all three reporting agencies. Since credit reporting is a voluntary system, and creditors may subscribe to only one agency, it is best not to assume the information will be the same on all three reports.

 

A credit report is basically divided into four sections: identifying information, credit history, public records and inquiries.

  • Identifying Information: This information identifies you. Review this information to ensure it is accurate. Any variations will stay on your credit report and could complicate loan applications. Other information might include your current and previous addresses, your date of birth, telephone numbers, driver’s license number, your employer and your spouse’s name.
  • Credit History: Each account will include the name of the creditor and the account number, which may be scrambled for security purposes. You may have more than one account from a creditor. Many creditors have more than one kind of account, or if you move, they transfer your account to a new location and assign a new number. The entry will also include:
    • When you opened the account.
    • The kind of credit (installment, such as a mortgage or car loan; revolving, such as a department store credit card).
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