CarHop Is One Of The Largest Sales And Financing Dealerships In The Country. Most Customers Are Able To Get Installment Contracts To Purchase Vehicles From Its Extensive Inventory. In The Past Two Years, CarHop Has Opened Several New Stores Around The Country. CarHop Has Provided Affordable Vehicles For Over 15 Years, And It Continues To Expand To New Areas. Its Most Recent Expansion Was A New Storefront In Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. It Opened For Business On July 17, 2012. CarHop Also Opened A New Store In Milwaukee, So It Now Has Three Separate Locations In The State Of Wisconsin. The First Store In The State Opened In Madison On March 20, 2012. Customers With Poor Credit Or No Credit May Be Eligible For In-house Financing With CarHop. To Get Financing Approval, The Customer Needs To Show Proof Of A Bank Account, References, Residence Verification, Take-home Pay, And A Driver's License. The Dealership's Approval Process Can Take Up To One Hour. Customers Must Also Pay A Down Payment Fee And/or Have A Trade-in Vehicle Title To Purchase Something From CarHop. The Financing Department Works Closely With Customers To Provide A Plan That Fits Their Budget, And Most Of The Contracts Are Two To Three Years Long. CarHop Has An Open-record Policy For All Of Its Vehicles. They Allow The Customer To View A Free Vehicle History Report Of Any Of Their Advertised Cars. The Online Report From AutoCheck.com Details The Vehicle's Title Status, Damage History, Last Odometer Reading, And Any Incidents Related To Thefts Or Accidents. CarHop Has A Limited Warranty On Every Car It Sells. It Is Good For Up To 18,000 Miles Or 18 Months. Additionally, CarHop Lets Customers Return A Vehicle After Three Days If They Are Unsatisfied With A Purchase, As Long As The Vehicle Is Not Damaged Or Altered In Any Way.
CarHop in Minnetonka is a company that specializes in New & Used Car Dealers. Our records show it was established in Minnesota.
More About Car Sales:
A car salesperson assists people with the purchase of a new or old car.
- Discuss customers' needs and advise customers through discussing the features of different vehicles.
- Work out finances involved, including cash purchases, periodic installments and car loans.
- Update stock lists, place orders for new cars from manufacturers and buy in used cars.