Guess what the car is all they are getting I don’t feel i owe them more than the car, they are trying to rob me
To make a long story short, I’m interested in buying a used Audi SQ5. I found one near me which already seems to be at a good price (2014 model year, 30k Miles). It says the car is “Certified” pre owned. It’s listed for $32,950, but I want to offer around $29,500. Is this a good decision? I want to get a good deal...
Dealers exist to make money.
Most will happily take your cash to do as you ask. Most will then call in an external contractor who specialises in fitting ICE to do the job. The contractor charges the dealer, the dealer marks up that charge and passes it to you. Money for nothing as far as they’re concerned.
Mini Coopers were not cheap new, and used, they are not cheap to keep on the road. Not the used car for a person with little money for repairs.
I'm currently on disability and will be for the next couple of years due to a hip problem and I'm looking into buying a car. I have the money to do so and will be able to pay the monthly payments and my dad said he will be my co-signer since I don't have credit but he said he talked to someone and they...
I have an old 2004 Ford Focus Sedan that I want to do something cool to but keep it on a budget. I've seen videos on home built exoskeleton cars, but I don't have the expertise for that and having someone else do it for me is expensive to my knowledge. Anything else you can think of that would be fun/cheap?
I always see people with poor or not credit at all not a stable job and taking subsidies from the government getting those brand new cars while I have a stable job with good credit not getting even approved for a car loan which I really need to move on this car dependent city.
I’m looking to buy either a 2019 Honda HRV (Sport) or Pre-certified used 2015 Lexus Nx 200
Whic car will last the longest and have less issues?
I feel that the Lexus (although older and cost more) may be the better bargain.
For a person with neck problems, a car with the least impact can make a big difference.
Which car has the best suspension?
Hi so mister snob without money that you either have or not as the case maybe. you could find yourself in that position one day. so only a fool thinks like you do. times change and money also changes things.
Yesterday you said you were 18 years old with $1000 to put down on a car and your Mom's credit was "absolute trash" (Those are your words, not mine).
Based on that, you will NOT be purchasing a new car. $1000 is not a hefty down payment, in many cases its not even adequate for someone with excellent...
I just got a new car a few months ago that i settled for because i needed something asap to get to and from work. I really wanted a Hyundai but the dealership had none and they were the only ones who would approve me at the moment. Now i know i can get approved for it. I want to trade in my car for one but i owe...