Well if you have an American Express charge card product (Zync, Green, Gold, Platinum, Centurion), there is a program that they are offering to where you can charge the car purchase to your card (American Express Auto
). However this is limited (for now) in certain dealerships in Houston and the Tristate Area. IIRC, there is also a program for people in good standing with American Express to allow people to carry balances and make minimum payments but the interest rate that American Express bears with these cards would be significantly higher than a regular auto loan from a bank or credit union.
Soo yes you can use a credit card to buy a car, however it is limited in certain areas. So in your case (Nevada), it is not possible, yet. Also I believe you can consolidate some sort of deal with the dealership to put the car on your 0% credit card, but they would probably charge you the percent that VISA/AMEX/MC/DISC takes away (~3-5%).
Soo like everyone has said, it would probably be better to use an auto loan.
EDIT: The AMEX Auto Program is available for most of the credit cards offered by AMEX, so it is not just limited to the charge products. But my statements are still valid as the interest rates on most if not all credit cards are substantially higher than an auto loan.