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Welcome to Lake Woods Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram

If you're looking for a quality new or used Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, or RAM in the Grand Rapids area, we are here to serve you. We have a large, ever-changing inventory of vehicles for you to choose from. Whether you're looking for a new car like a 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee or you are searching for a used Dodge minivan, just let us know what you're looking for, and we are here to help. Our customer-oriented staff is eager to help you find a vehicle that meets your needs. We are happy to answer any questions that you have or schedule a test drive to try out one or more of our quality vehicles. 

When you test drive a car, you have several different options when it comes to purchasing one. You can either acquire a new car through buying it in cash, or you can choose to lease or finance one instead. One of the most popular options for purchasing a new vehicle is leasing. Leasing a new car was once primarily reserved for luxury vehicles, but now it is more common. In fact, about a third of all cars that leave a lot today are leased vehicles. So what exactly does leasing a car mean? If you lease a car, you don't pay for the entire vehicle all at once. Instead, you pay to cover the cost of the vehicle over time. This includes paying the rate established in the lease contract, along with interest rates and any additional fees. Most leases require an initial payment to start out. Then, you pay off the balance of the loan over time through a series of monthly payments. Some leases have a lease-to-own option where you can choose to purchase the car instead of trading it back in when the lease term ends. Leases generally last for a period of two or three years. You also have the option of financing a vehicle. When you finance a car, you are paying for a portion of the car upfront, with an agreement to pay the remainder later on. There are several factors commonly taken into consideration when financing the car, including the car's make, its age, and whether or not it you are doing a trade-in with your old car. Unlike paying upfront in cash, when you pay off the total cost of the car all at once and leave with the title, a lender holds onto the title of your vehicle until the cost has been paid off in full. Financing a car is different from leasing in that it requires putting down a higher upfront cash deposit over time. When you choose to finance a car, you'll be able to take out a loan from a credit union, a bank, or another finance company. Loans vary in duration; some last for just two or three years, while others last up to seven or eight years. Loans have variable terms depending on the lender. When you pay off a loan, you pay down the interest and the principal at the same time. 

Now that you know how you can go about paying for a vehicle, you can focus on deciding which one is right for you. For many car shoppers, buying a used car is the way to go. Used cars are less expensive than new cars, which adds to their appeal for many people. Getting a used car is also a great way to get luxury amenities like heated seats, a sunroof, and larger wheels for a better price than you would pay for a new car. A major advantage of getting used cars over new cars is that they do not depreciate as quickly. Since they retain their value, you'll be able to resell them for a price closer to what you paid for it if you choose to sell the car in the future. Furthermore, insurance is generally cheaper for used cars, and their registration fees are lower than those found on new cars. If getting a used car sounds good to you, let us know, as we have many used models of Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and RAM cars in stock for you to choose from. Ask us about the Durango or Grand Cherokee that you've been eyeing, and we will gladly answer any questions that you have or arrange for you to take the car for a test drive. But although we are a certified CDJR dealership, we also carry other car brands too. So if you're in the market for a used vehicle, simply let us know what you're looking for, and we will gladly help you find it. 

Of course, once you get a car, you'll eventually need to put work into servicing and repairing the car. No matter what your needs are, we offer complete repair and maintenance services at our dealership for your convenience. In addition to having expert technicians working on your vehicle, we have quality parts to make replacements too. Our top-notch service department staff consists of manufacturer-trained technicians who are familiar with the latest tools and technology needed to service CDJR cars. They also keep up with continuing education, which means that they are aware of recalls and issues that might affect certain cars. They also know the best ways to fix problems that arise, which means that you will be getting premium service and your car will be in and out of the shop faster than it might otherwise be if you took your car to a local mechanic. If your car needs to have parts replaced, we are proud to offer Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) components. OEM parts are components that are made by an automaker. They are made to precisely fit the part that needs to be replaced. This ensures a good fit and that the car performs at the same level as it did before. OEM parts are subject to a stringent regulatory oversight to ensure they function as designed. In fact, each part is tested for quality before it leaves the factory on a car of the same make and model to ensure you drive away with a component that works. Additionally, OEM parts come with a one-year manufacturer's warranty for added assurance. While you're welcome to visit us for repairs, you can also come to us for your vehicle's routine maintenance and service. Oil changes, tire rotations, and fluid level checks are some of the repair services that you will find at our dealership. And whether you're dropping your car off for repairs or maintenance, we make sure your visit is as enjoyable as possible. For your convenience, we offer a shuttle service, loaner vehicles, and complimentary WiFi to make your experience with us as good as it can be. 

Whether you're looking for the latest CDJR inventory, a used vehicle, or simply need our parts and service department, we are here to help you out. Our staff makes customer satisfaction a priority, and they are eager to assist in any way possible. We will gladly arrange a test drive for you if you see a vehicle that you want to try out. We will also answer any questions about our cars or the process of financing a vehicle. With our extensive inventory of vehicles to choose from, you can rest assured that you will most likely find a car that you're searching for. And since the inventory always changes, you can always check back to look for the make and model you're eyeing, too. When you're ready to get a new car, simply give us a call or fill out our online contact form to ask any questions that you have. 

LakeWoods CDJR
815 NW 4th Street
Grand Rapids, MN 55744

CDJR Dealer Serving Grand Rapids

* The advertised price does not include sales tax, vehicle registration fees, other fees required by law, finance charges and any documentation charges. A negotiable administration fee, up to $115, may be added to the price of the vehicle.

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