College Student Purchase Program
Celebrate your Accomplishments with Blue Springs Ford.
Take Advantage of our College Student Purchase Program (CSPP)
At Blue Springs Ford, we acknowledge that completing college can be difficult. Regardless of whether you've finished a four-year or two-year degree program, or are still pursuing your degree, we believe your achievements should be recognized and rewarded.
That's why we offer our College Student Purchase Program (CSPP) for Blue Springs-area college students and recent grads. This special reward program gives local college students and graduates the opportunity to drive a new Ford model with a budget-friendly financing plan through Ford Credit and Lincoln Automotive Financial Services.
Determining whether you qualify for our College Student Purchase Program is easy. Eligible customers include:
- Those who are currently enrolled in a higher-education degree program, either two-year or four-year
- Those who have graduated or will graduate from a four-year degree program within the last several years
- Those who have graduated or will graduate from a two-year degree program within the last several years
For more information about what types of proof we accept for eligibility, and the exact dates that qualify for the graduate rates, stop by and visit our financial services experts at Blue Springs Ford on South Outer Road.
Once you've proven your eligibility for our College Student Purchase Program, you qualify to apply for special credit rates on a new car. This doesn't guarantee that you'll get approved for credit, but, if you are, it means you'll be able to secure a great rate and payment plan that won't destroy your bottom line.
Best of all, you can use this program towards either a lease deal or a new loan, so you can tailor your reward deal to suit your lifestyle and needs.
Visiting Blue Springs Ford in Person
When you're ready to start the process of getting a new car all your own, stop by and visit us. Our financing team can explain the CSPP in detail and help you get started in the right direction.
Because, if graduating college is the first step on the path to adulthood, you don't want to start in your mom's old car.