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Houston Used Car Dealership, Shabana Motors, Announces Cash Only Cars Program

July 8, 2014



(PRWEB) July 08, 2014

Shabana Motors, a used-car dealership in Houston, offers a selection of cars that consumers can buy without signing up for a vehicle loan.

"We've met with many people who desperately need a vehicle but who don't qualify for traditional auto loans," explained Bill Akintoye from Shabana Motors. "That is why we set aside a portion of our inventory and tagged those vehicles with incredibly low prices."

Shabana Motors has approximately 20 vehicles that are priced between $1,995 and $9,995, and the selection includes a collection of 2000-20009 year models. There are several makes to choose from, including Pontiacs, BMWs and Volvos.

"We know that the economy has taken a toll on everyone, and we want to make sure that people have a chance to buy a great car without going into debt," stated Akintoye. "This plan allows our customers to buy the vehicle they need without a credit check and without taking on a new loan payment."

Even motorists with great credit can benefit from this deal. "Not only will they avoid paying interest fees on a loan, but they will also have the title in hand so that they can sell the car whenever they want. They won't have to wait until the vehicle is paid off," said Akintoye. "This is an especially great deal for parents of teenage drivers or those who just need a car for day-to-day activities."

More information is available by contacting Shabana Motors at 713-270-9005.

About Shabana Motors

Shabana Motors has been selling quality used cars to Houston residents since 1979. Their "buy here, pay here" options have made it possible for many consumers to get behind the wheel of a quality vehicle, and their in-house financing plans are available for customers with bad credit. Their website offers more information about their services.

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