We know you’ve got many options when looking at the used cars for sale in Hickory, but it just makes sense to do things the E-Z Way. After all, E-Z Way Auto Sales really does live up to its name by making it simple to get a high-quality used car that you can proudly drive without breaking your budget. Our team is also dedicated to treating you with the utmost respect and courtesy. And if that isn’t what you expect from a typical “buy here, pay here” dealership, well, we believe in being something better.
It’s a difference that makes driving your dream car — or the used Jeep you’ve always wanted — easy!
Of course, used Jeeps aren’t like the typical used cars for sale in Hickory either. These are precision-engineered adventure machines that put a high priority on helping their owners have fun. As for E-Z Way Auto Sales, we help you become a Jeep owner by providing fair and transparent prices that can save you thousands of dollars versus the cost of a brand-new model.
That makes a strong foundation for further affordability with down payments that start at only $500 for not just used Jeeps but all of our used SUVs, trucks, cars, and minivans. We’re also happy to help out first-time car buyers with a purchase program specifically developed to meet their unique needs. Need financing? E-Z Way is at your service even if you have poor or bad credit, offering both our own in-house finance solutions and credit-union financing. We report on-time payments to the credit bureau monthly, too, to support your personal finance goals.
Now, that may sound like there’s a lot going on when you purchase a used car, but don’t worry about spending all day at E-Z Way. Our exclusive Fast Lane program streamlines the entire process, so you’re saving money and saving time. We’re quick to help you trade-in your car as well: In fact, you can get a real trade estimate within 30 seconds with our online valuation tool.
Showcasing all that and a free warranty on every used car we sell, E-Z Way Auto Sales wants to be your auto partner for life.
Going well beyond their rough and rugged reputations, today’s used Jeeps can deliver an impressive array of comfort, convenience, and technology features that make for better driving on the road or off. For example, many used Jeeps are fitted with award-winning infotainment interfaces for digital control over key vehicle functions. Used Jeeps can also combine premium luxuries with some pretty smart safety technologies. In some cases, those systems can even automatically intervene to help mitigate potential problems (but they’re definitely not meant to replace your active attention to what’s happening around you). It’s no wonder used Jeeps are some of the most sought-after used SUVs for sale in Hickory. (Please keep in mind, however, that exact features may vary by model and model year.)
We realize that local drivers love Jeeps, so we strive to keep our inventory well-stocked with models that can suit most anyone’s lifestyle or budget. Jeep does its part by boasting an SUV lineup that extends from nimble subcompacts to robust body-on-frame choices with full-size dimensions. Don’t forget that used Jeeps also include some of the toughest used trucks for sale in Hickory.
Born during difficult times, the original Jeep was developed in the early 1940s to meet the demands of the U.S. military. Indeed, bidding on the military’s new general-purpose vehicle actually attracted three automakers, including the Ford Motor Company. The final design did incorporate features from all three bidders, but the once-popular Willys-Overland company secured the first manufacturing contract — and the rights to continue building civilian Jeeps after World War II. Nor did Willys waste much time: Before the 1940s had finished, the company had launched an all-steel Jeep station wagon (the country’s first), a pickup, and even experimented with traditional car body styles under the Jeepster name.
Modern Jeep names began appearing in the decades after, with the Jeep Wagoneer basically inventing luxury SUVs in the early 1960s, and the Cherokee, Wrangler, and Grand Cherokee coming on board in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, respectively. In the 2000s, and now under the ownership of the international Stellantis Group, Jeep has a global presence with plenty of fans here in Hickory, too.