If you’re interested in one of our RAM trucks, a 2017 Jeep® Grand Cherokee, or another one of our capable vehicles, we applaud your taste in automobiles! Whether you’ve stopped by our Jeep dealership or you’ve looked through our cars online, you know we have a generous inventory of new vehicles made by some of the world’s most trusted automakers.

At Lester Glenn Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM FIAT, we believe everyone deserves to have a car they’re proud to call their own. We also know that certain events sometimes get in the way of a person’s ability to finance an automobile. Even when the economy is in good shape, things can still happen that may impair your ability to secure a car loan. From a death in the family to losing a job to unexpected medical bills and more, there are plenty of things that can affect your credit score.

Because we know bad things sometimes happen to good, creditworthy people, we developed the Lester Glenn New Start Program. This program makes it possible for drivers who’ve experienced difficult circumstances that have negatively influenced their credit and financial standing secure financing for an automobile.

We’re proud that we can help so many people with our New Start Program. We know everyone’s situation is different, which is why our program is flexible enough to accommodate people who are trying to rebuild their credit, individuals facing bankruptcy, drivers who have no credit, and motorists who simply need a do-over. We’ll work with you on a one-on-one basis to find the best financing options that are available to you no matter what your current situation is.

If you want to learn more about our New Start Program, contact our Toms River, NJ Jeep dealership and ask to speak to one of our finance managers. Brian Reeves and Darren Applegate, our finance managers, work with reputable lenders and they have the experience to help you arrange financing on the most affordable terms currently available.

Contact Lester Glenn Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM FIAT to talk to the experts in our Jeep finance center now.