Jansen Ford of Breese Finance Center

Jansen Ford of Breese Finance Center

The Jansen Ford of Breese finance department is focused on ensuring your experience with our dealership exceeds your highest expectations. Our friendly finance managers work with people from all over including Breese, Highland, and Carlyle to ensure our customers get the right finance program at the most competitive rates.

We strive to work with each customer to ensure their satisfaction. We have financed customers from O'Fallon to Centralia. Whether you are right down the road or an hour away from Breese you can use our quick pre-approval form to qualify for one of our finance programs. Additionally, we provide you with a payment calculator to estimate your buying power and monthly payments.

Financing Made Easy

We aim to provide drivers with a host of ways to expedite the finance process! Drivers can utilize our handy Estimate Monthly Payments tool to get an idea of your monthly payments. Another online finance tool available is the Value Your Trade tool. Drivers interested in trading in a vehicle can utilize our Value Your Trade tool to get a vehicle trade-in estimate! Drivers looking to start the loan approval process can get a jump on the process by filling out our online finance application. We're all about convenience, here at Jansen Ford of Breese! If our digital retailing tools aren't ideal, drivers can always contact our finance team to speak with an in-house finance expert!

Auto Finance Vocabulary

  • APR: The Annual Percentage Rate.
  • Assignment: A transfer of a loan from one lender to another.
  • Base Price: The costs of a car with standard equip incentives & freight.
  • Certificate of Title: A Legal document issued by a state at the time of sale.
  • Co-signer: A person who takes on a loan if the orig. borrower stops pay.
  • Default: Failure to meet the terms of the loan.
  • Interest: A percentage charge for a loan.
  • MSRP: Manufacturers Suggested Retail Price.
  • Refinance: When one loan is used to pay off another.
  • Term: The length of the loan, 24, 48, 60... months.
  • Underwriting: Verifying the data used to obtain a loan.