Did you want to know how much you can get for a car title loan on your 2003 Buick LeSabre? Although the information provided was based on one customers experience and through one specific lender, you can get a good idea of a ballpark number (based on summer of 2016). It was also based on the cars mileage, the customers’ ability to repay and many other factors.
Drivers have gotten upwards of $3,0001 dollars for a car title loan on LeSabre’s of this model of this year (2003).
Working with car title loan lenders across the country, we can help you find a lender with competitive interest rates and reasonable monthly payments4.
Car title loans are secured loans where recipients can use their car title as collateral. Recipients who get title loans must allow a lender to place a lien on their car title. They must temporarily give up the hard copy of their vehicle title, in exchange for a loan amount once the loan is repaid. Then the lien is removed and the car title is returned to its owner. If the recipient defaults on their payments the lender becomes responsible to repossess the vehicle and sell it to repay the recipients debt.
Buick LeSabre’s come in 2 variations:
- Custom 20 city / 29 hwy / 20 combined
- Limited 20 city / 29 hwy /20 combined
LeSabre’s have an automatic V6 3.8 liter engine with 205 horse power @ 230 ft-lbs of torque. The LeSabre can seat 6 passengers. The LeSabre get’s an 8.7 out of 10 stars for its review with customers saying it’s reliable, good gas economy and a lot of dependability. This car is made and assembled in America.
Max Cash Title Loans has all the online resources you will need to get the information you are searching for about car title loans. The amount of your car title loan depends on your ability to re-pay, the money you need for the loan and the automobiles value with some other factors that may be considered by the underwriter.
Some lenders want you to take pictures of your car using your cell phone because they may not want to actually see it in person. If they do, they will ask you for 5-6 pictures. They usually are:
- The front
- The right side
- The left side
- The rear
- A picture of the Odometer
- A picture of the VIN (usually found on the driver’s door or through the window by the driver)
They may ask you to have someone take a picture of you by your car but this is rare.
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