Save Time and Money

Start your next car search—for a new or used vehicle—with WEOKIE’s Car Buying Service, powered by TRUECar®. WEOKIE’s online service makes car buying easier and friendlier, a no-hassle buying experience that guarantees you savings on your vehicle purchase price - so you don't overpay.

Just Follow These Easy Steps

  1. COMPARE. Build a new car based on your preferences—such as make, model and options. Or search the inventory of thousands of used cars. See and compare dealer-guaranteed prices and research to see what others paid.
  2. CONNECT. Once you choose the car you like, work with a network of local, TRUECar Certified Dealers. Select a dealer and print your Guaranteed Savings Certificate** before you go to the dealership.
  3. GET PREAPPROVED. Apply for a WEOKIE new or used car loan before you visit the dealer so you can lock in the WEOKIE Car Buying Service LOW auto loan rate. Take your Guaranteed Savings Certificate and WEOKIE preapproval to the dealer contact person shown on your certificate. Now you are ready to buy.

 

*Between 4/1/14 and 6/30/14, the average estimated savings off MSRP presented by TRUECar Certified Dealers to users of TRUECar powered websites, based on users who configured virtual vehicles and subsequently purchased a new vehicle of the same make and model listed on the certificate from Certified Dealers, was $3,221, including applicable vehicle specific manufacturer incentives. Your actual savings may vary based on multiple factors including the vehicle you select, region, dealer, and applicable vehicle specific manufacturer incentives, which are subject to change. The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price ("MSRP") is determined by the manufacturer, and may not reflect the price at which vehicles are generally sold in the dealer's trade area as not all vehicles are sold at MSRP. Each dealer sets its own pricing. Your actual purchase price is negotiated between you and the dealer. TRUECar does not sell or lease motor vehicles.

**Guaranteed Savings (and upfront dealer pricing information) not available in all states. In these states, a Target Price is shown, which is a market-based example of what you can reasonably expect to pay for your vehicle as configured.