Silko Honda Finance Center


Welcome To The Silko Honda Finance Center

Once you have decided on the vehicle you want at the price you want to pay, it’s time to discuss learn how to buy a new car. At Silko Honda we want to help you understand your options, like unsecured car loans, with confidence and full transparency. Our Business Managers and Business Office will help facilitate any transaction whether cash, lease, or finance. Not every customer wants to finance their car through Silko Honda, and that’s OK too.

From the minute you’re ready to start the financing process, we put everything on the table to determine the best way to help you drive home in your new or used car. No tricks, no smoke, and mirrors – we keep you informed through every step of the process. That’s a big part of why so many happy customers decided to Go Silko! Simply stated – we put you first. We look forward to helping you finance the car of your dreams, and helping you through challenges like picking the right insurance or filing an insurance claim.

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 Silko Honda! 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.