HyBurn Leasing Taps Gold Card Automotive Network for Its Unique Financing Program

(PRWEB) October 23, 2014

HyBurn Leasing, a Texas-based company that provides used vehicle financing for customers with poor or no credit, recently announced its alliance with Gold Standard Automotive Network (GSAN). Their association with GSAN will provide Hyburn Leasing’s customers with warranty coverage that includes regular vehicle service maintenance, in additional to the industry standard warranty coverage for major mechanical repairs.

The maintenance protection provided by the Gold Card enables Hyburn Leasing the ability to offer its customers a much greater selection of newer, lower-mile vehicles than other “buy here/pay here” leasing companies. “The Gold Card provides Hyburn ideal protection for high-mile vehicles. We realize regular maintenance is a key factor that helps to keep used vehicles on the road much longer – and that helps the customer extend their lease term and repairs their damaged credit,” states Brent Timpson, president of GSAN.

Under the Gold Card program, vehicles leased through Hyburn Leasing are exempt from mileage or age restrictions. Leased vehicles are reported to the bureaus to build credit, and in the event that the customer runs into a financial problem, they are able to return the vehicle two weeks before their next payment, without further damaging their credit report. The program enables those with no credit or poor credit to drive a newer, lower-milage vehicle, than normally would be available at traditional “Buy Here/Pay Here” leasing companies.

HyBurn specifically sought out a company offering service coverage for regular maintenance. The only product that met their criteria was the Gold Card, and now coverage comes standard with every vehicle leased.

Steve Hyman co-owner Hyburn Leasing states, “Having regular vehicle maintenance covered, keeps our vehicles on the road without additional cost for them – And in our business, that’s a key element for success.”

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