I am familiar with this segment, the problem is that EVERYONE assumes that every dealer is desperate for a sale on that last day. That isn’t always the case. It’s also not always the case that even if the dealer is desperate that they can’t be beaten on price by another store in the same region or beyond.
Good question...the dealer will kind of lose here if you pay it off too early, but that isn’t your problem.
This is a great topic that I need to cover in more detail in a future post. Thank you for the idea.
That was my first thought and then I saw what they go for. You can’t get one anywhere near 300k.
It all depends on whether or not the newer car is radically different than the leftover car. The 2019 Silverado is a pretty big update over the 18, so that may impact resale down the road, but if you catch a deal on an 18 Accord that car is identical to the 19 so it shouldn’t matter much.
No...I did it and you will love the the GTI, but what's a Mazda3 wagon?
I like a good Pilsner or Weis beer.
Covered that one in a previous post -https://jalopnik.com/the-hyundai-genesis-has-become-an-insanely-great-used-l-1792783355
All Q40s have the same motor, there may be differences in equipment from car to car.
You raise a good point and keep in mind this convo was a continuation on a previous text conversation about a different car for a different customer. I try to be as friendly as possible and I always want to set up a situation where everyone wins. The customer gets a car at a good price, the salesperson makes a deal…
I get the same damn calls, sometimes 3 times a day. Here is the crazy part, if you press 1 to be connected, they just hang up on you. While this is a nice trick, I then have to dial my voicemail and waste time getting to and deleting a message that is useless. So I am either wasting time now or wasting time later.
Excellent list...the whole too many IPAs thing and the super strong craft beer selection really gets me too. I want a good craft beer but I don’t want some 8% ABV thing that I can only drink one of then I need a nap. Give me something tasty at 5-5.5% and I’ll be more likely to order another one.
I support this take, but it better not be one of those horrid boiled dogs. Either grilled or, sliced down the middle and griddled. I also prefer potato rolls as the sweetness cuts the saltiness of the dog.
I’ll even go as far to say that most people working in dealerships are good people that just want to make a fair deal and pay their bills. There are still plenty of bad apples out there, but not nearly as much as there used to be.
There are no laws that protect against this especially in FL.
Exactly...the amount financed is the same regardless of credit, the total cost would be different due to the APR.
You never stipulated I had to be able to afford it -