About City Style Imports, Inc

We care, because you are driving our reputation!

       For OVER to 15 years now City Style Imports has been serving loyal customers with quality automobiles and personalized service in Casselberry, Florida. Our goal has always been to provide you a better way to meet all of your automotive needs. If you want proof that a car dealer will treat you as you deserve to be treated, give us a call, browse our website, or better yet stop by our dealership and see what your neighbor, co-worker, family and/or friends already know. We care because you are driving our reputation. We offer some of the best financing options in the business, and we're willing to prove it! You worry about the car, we will worry about the credit. We can help everyone get the vehicle they deserve. CALL TODAY! 407-622-2277 or Apply online at WWW.CITYSTYLEIMPORTS.COM


City Style Imports sell pre-owned cars and SUV's that are at the end of their lease agreements. Our off lease vehicles are low-priced, well maintained, and most are still under the manufacturer's warranty. Our commitment is to providing you with a positive buying experience. Try us and see how used car buying should be and save THOUSANDS! 

We look forward to providing you with excellent service. Click here to see our automobile inventory! 

Each week we add 'new' vehicles to our inventory! We have a variety of makes and models to choose from. We upload our new arrivals as soon possible. If the vehicle you’re looking for is not in stock today, give us a call 407-622-CARS we may be able to find it for you. 

Let us know what type of car you're looking for along with your budget and our Orlando Auto Locator specialist will call you when we find it. 

"I do a lot of driving to see family and go to school, so I needed a vehicle that was going to last. City Style helped me locate exactly what I needed. They are awesome!"

- Kristin

Used-Car Buying Advice

Great reasons to buy a used car:
• You'll save money on insurance.
• Bigger bargains are possible for the smart used car shopper.
•Used cars are more reliable today than ever before.
• Some used cars are still under the factory warranty.
• Most new car makers now sell certified used cars, which include warranties.
• The history of a used car can easily be traced using the vehicle identification number (VIN).

Consider these important factors:
• Will this car fit into my monthly budget?
• Does it meet my current needs?
• Consider what you can find in your local area
• Consider building a target list of three different cars. You might want to think of vehicles in the same class. For example, if you really want a Toyota Camry, you should also be on the lookout for a Honda Accord, Nissan Altima or Chevrolet Malibu. These cars were built for the same market, but they have different features and sometimes lower prices.
• The value of a used car is based on its condition, mileage, reliability, performance and popularity.
• A helpful feature is "Car Ratings" which evaluates the different components of the vehicle. You can also read reviews of the car by current owners.
• Make sure you use True Cost to Own (TCO)® to see what other expenses you will incur (TCO data is not available for all cars).
• Make sure you run a vehicle history report on any used car you are considering buying. Several companies sell these reports, which are based on the VIN, but AutoCheck and Carfax seem to be the most comprehensive.
• Consider how to finance the car at the beginning of the shopping process. This will help you make an informed decision that fits your budget. Monthly payment — If you are going to take out a loan, how much can you afford to pay each month? Down payment — How much cash can you put down to reduce your monthly payments? Purchase price of the car — Answering the first two questions will help you determine a realistic price range for your used car.

Ways to pay for your used car:
• Cash.
• Financing through a bank, online lender or credit union
• Financing through an independent source (online lender, bank or credit union) offers several advantages:
1. Keeps negotiations simple in the dealership
2. Allows you to shop competitive interest rates ahead of time
3. Encourages you to stick to your budgeted amount
Checking out the Vehicle:
• Set up an appointment for a test-drive. If possible, make this appointment during the day so you can see the car in the daylight and more accurately determine its condition. Also, ask for the VIN so you can run a vehicle history report.
• Test-driving a used car helps you decide if it is the right car for you and also if this particular car is in good condition. Once you get behind the wheel, ask yourself if it is a good fit. Does it offer enough headroom? Legroom? Are the gauges and controls conveniently positioned?

During the test-drive, evaluate these additional points:
• Acceleration from a stop
• Visibility (Check for blind spots)
• Engine noise
• Passing acceleration (Does it downshift quickly and smoothly?)
• Hill-climbing power
• Braking
• Cornering
• Suspension (How does it ride?)
• Rattles and squeaks
• Cargo space
• Take your time and be sure to simulate the conditions of your normal driving patterns. If you do a lot of highway driving, be sure to go on the highway and take the car up to 65 mph. If you go into the mountains, test the car on a steep slope. You don't want to find out — after you've bought the car — that it doesn't perform as needed.
Keep these factors in mind:
• Once you have a deal, make sure the transaction is completed properly.
• Make sure you have insurance for the car you just bought before you drive it away.
• Some people want the peace of mind that comes with extended warranties, so this is something you might want to consider (unless your used car is certified or still under the manufacturer's warranty
• Once the contract is ready, review it thoroughly. In most states, it will contain the cost of the vehicle, a documentation fee, a smog fee, a small charge for a smog certificate, sales tax and license fees (also known as DMV fees). Make sure you understand the charges and question the appearance of any significant, sudden additions to the contract.
• Make sure the temporary registration and a temporary tag has been put in the proper place and you're finally on your way.
Let’s Sum it Up:
• Choose the right vehicle for you by making sure the car suits your needs.
• Consider all cars in the class you have chosen and make a target list of three cars.
• Look up the car: check its reliability and consumer reviews.
• If you are financing the car, use payment calculators to determine the monthly payment for the car you want to buy.
• Decide how you are going to finance your car. If you are going through a bank, online lender or credit union, obtain loan approval before you start shopping.
• Call the seller and verify the pertinent information. Get the VIN and run a vehicle history report.
• Test-drive the car under your normal driving conditions.
• Take the car to a mechanic if it is not certified by the manufacturer.
• Negotiate your best deal.
• Read the contract carefully before signing and always make sure you get a clean title.
• Contact the Internet department and simultaneously solicit quotes from multiple dealers.
• If you are trading in your old car, check its value
• If you are buying through a dealer over the Internet, ask the salesperson to fax you a worksheet showing all the prices, taxes and fees.
• Bring your worksheet with you to the dealership so you can compare these numbers to the figures on the contract.
• Inspect the car for dents, dings and scratches before taking final delivery 

Be sure to visit our virtual showroom of inventory available for purchase. There you will see detailed information about each vehicle, a picture gallery, as well as convenient ways to contact us for more information about that vehicle. We are located at 7985 S US Hwy 17-92 and are available by phone at 407-622-2277 . You can also get driving directions and hours of service from our user friendly website.