• 2010 camry a good buy?

    Dealer Cost 7,995, Miles 96,000, downpayment 2600 Loan 12,500 from navy fed APR
    Dealer Cost 7,995, Miles 96,000, downpayment 2600 Loan 12,500 from navy fed APR
    16 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is $7000 a good price for a 2010 Honda Civic ex for 101,000 miles on it?

    Trying to buy my first car and could finance this car, have a down payment and everything. I m looking to spend at max around 7000 and this car passed the dealers inspection with flying colours. Is this a good deal? Obviously i would try haggle too.
    Trying to buy my first car and could finance this car, have a down payment and everything. I m looking to spend at max around 7000 and this car passed the dealers inspection with flying colours. Is this a good deal? Obviously i would try haggle too.
    15 answers · 1 week ago
  • My dad bought a car that has personal loan from previous owner attached to it, due to this he cannot sell the car? What are his rights?

    What can he do next with the car?
    What can he do next with the car?
    12 answers · 1 week ago
  • Did I get ripped off from the dealer on a car lease?

    It was my first time leasing, and I leased an infiniti q60 i put 3k down and payments came out to 455 including tax and i paying add $20 for wear and tear they reduced the msrp fron 48k to 44k. I think i got a crappy deal :(
    It was my first time leasing, and I leased an infiniti q60 i put 3k down and payments came out to 455 including tax and i paying add $20 for wear and tear they reduced the msrp fron 48k to 44k. I think i got a crappy deal :(
    13 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is it true old cars are unreliable and unsafe?

    I am getting a 1999 civic 140K but my friend says he used to had 2 civics and it always broke on highway and says old cars has too much problem to fix and unsafe.
    I am getting a 1999 civic 140K but my friend says he used to had 2 civics and it always broke on highway and says old cars has too much problem to fix and unsafe.
    29 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is the meaning of reserving a car?

    I am buying a new car in a few days the dealership told me if I wanted to buy it another day or I would want to reserve the car they said just to put the money ima put on down-payment but what is the meaning of when you reserve the car?
    I am buying a new car in a few days the dealership told me if I wanted to buy it another day or I would want to reserve the car they said just to put the money ima put on down-payment but what is the meaning of when you reserve the car?
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • Trade in recently bought car at same dealer for better/newer one?

    I bot an m-benz 2010 e class 6 mo ago via finance, 20k let's say, half paid off, first car I bot, had only 19k miles, looked brand new, from benz dealer, so trusted it, but putting aside any opinions on the idea of this, I just want to know how it could be handled to my advantage if I now want to trade this in... show more
    I bot an m-benz 2010 e class 6 mo ago via finance, 20k let's say, half paid off, first car I bot, had only 19k miles, looked brand new, from benz dealer, so trusted it, but putting aside any opinions on the idea of this, I just want to know how it could be handled to my advantage if I now want to trade this in and get like something way nicer as it's within reason I'll just leave it at that. Just want to know if I would be able to avoid say taking a 3k bath on buying at 20k and then trade in value down to 17k or so, if I bot the new car at the same dealer and they know me by now.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Hyundai Sonata or Nissan Maxima?

    Best answer: There's a bigger cost difference than you think, since the Maxima demands premium fuel.

    That said, I have a 20-year-old Infiniti I30, essentially a Maxima in a prom dress, and once the usual batch of expendables was expended, it's been a trustworthy road warrior.
    Best answer: There's a bigger cost difference than you think, since the Maxima demands premium fuel.

    That said, I have a 20-year-old Infiniti I30, essentially a Maxima in a prom dress, and once the usual batch of expendables was expended, it's been a trustworthy road warrior.
    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • What are people's thoughts on someone buying a camaro or a mustang for their first car?

    Best answer: a) If you're under 21 you probably cannot afford the insurance, especially if it's a V8 model. Plan on at least $300 per month. b) Unless you buy a real beater to begin with, you're most likely going to turn it into one and it will lose a large portion of its value in a relatively short time. And,... show more
    Best answer: a) If you're under 21 you probably cannot afford the insurance, especially if it's a V8 model. Plan on at least $300 per month.

    b) Unless you buy a real beater to begin with, you're most likely going to turn it into one and it will lose a large portion of its value in a relatively short time. And, only another teenager would even think of buying a used Mustang or Camaro from a teenager. Limited resale market.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Bought a used car, now want to sell it before title transfer - can I sell it like this?

    I recently bought a used Dodge Stratus. It runs alright, drives nice but when I tried to transfer the title, I was informed that the car has failed emissions testing once before, so I have to do emissions again. I NEED to have a working vehicle for daily commute for work and I need it in two weeks when my schedule... show more
    I recently bought a used Dodge Stratus. It runs alright, drives nice but when I tried to transfer the title, I was informed that the car has failed emissions testing once before, so I have to do emissions again. I NEED to have a working vehicle for daily commute for work and I need it in two weeks when my schedule changes to late shifts where I can t take the bus. Also, because of my current schedule, I ll never make it to any licensing or emissions place before they close, so Saturdays is my only option. If emissions fails again and the cost to fix the issues exceeds 1/2 of my paycheck then i will have to sell it again for parts or project. Luckily the car is a bit rough on the outside and I only paid $650 for it. But now, if end up having to sell it (and go with a car from a dealership on financing) will I be able to sell it without transferring the title? What if I already put my signature and info in the title extension statement/release of interest form? Can I white that out if I follow that up with my initials, so that the new buyer can fill it in? Or should I just clam that I lost my title? Would it be enough to just have the paperwork form the sale?
    18 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can you return a used car from a private party? Complicated situation never received title, car not on sellers name?

    Bought this car from a guy, gave him 3k, was supposed to give him another 1.5k in two weeks. He gave me a bill on sale but no title. After about 30 miles the dash board lid up like a Christmas tree. Air bag sensor went off, and check engine came on with about 8 error codes. I tried to talk to the guy but he's... show more
    Bought this car from a guy, gave him 3k, was supposed to give him another 1.5k in two weeks. He gave me a bill on sale but no title. After about 30 miles the dash board lid up like a Christmas tree. Air bag sensor went off, and check engine came on with about 8 error codes. I tried to talk to the guy but he's refusing to talk to me. Wont return calls or messages. His sister told me that I either 1. pay him everything as was agreed 2. Return the car to him and he'll give me half the money. or 3. He's going to report the car stolen, and have the police pick it up. Later i found out the car is not even on his name. I'm suspecting he just took the battery out or something. Do i have any legal options? Do i have any chances or wining is i take him to a small claims court?
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • I need help I got a car a dealer ship?

    my 1st time did the paper work they asked 500 down payment I only gave 200 since I don't Have the rest until next week turns out the credit union they were gonna financed didn't work out now they want me to finance under them but it also turns out my insurance will go up to almost 500 since I'm 21 and... show more
    my 1st time did the paper work they asked 500 down payment I only gave 200 since I don't Have the rest until next week turns out the credit union they were gonna financed didn't work out now they want me to finance under them but it also turns out my insurance will go up to almost 500 since I'm 21 and it's my 1st car can I return the car??? Need help asap
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • I think I got ripped off when I bought my Audi A4?

    Best answer: Look it up. I cant guess the condition of the car. I'm guessing maybe $4500-4800 off the top of my head.

    Might as well become friends with the service manager. You will be seeing a lot of him going forward.
    Best answer: Look it up. I cant guess the condition of the car. I'm guessing maybe $4500-4800 off the top of my head.

    Might as well become friends with the service manager. You will be seeing a lot of him going forward.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Buying a car!?

    I m in the market for a car and I really don t want to get a used one so I was thinking of going to a dealership, this would be my first time buying a car and my credit Is not that good so I know I would need a cosigner, but my question is would I need to take out a loan from the bank to buy the car?
    I m in the market for a car and I really don t want to get a used one so I was thinking of going to a dealership, this would be my first time buying a car and my credit Is not that good so I know I would need a cosigner, but my question is would I need to take out a loan from the bank to buy the car?
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Buying a used car, should I let them know if they could hold the car till the following friday for my paycheck?

    My friend has a friend that is selling a car for $500, but I don t have all the money right now, and I am going to meet her today to check out the car. Will it be rude to ask if she can wait till Friday for me to purchase the car from her? It will be my first car, so it will only be used to get to work and back,... show more
    My friend has a friend that is selling a car for $500, but I don t have all the money right now, and I am going to meet her today to check out the car. Will it be rude to ask if she can wait till Friday for me to purchase the car from her? It will be my first car, so it will only be used to get to work and back, and the occasional hangout with my friends.
    15 answers · 1 week ago
  • Good buy? 2010 camry?

    i need a car for work Dealer's Price:$7,995 Mileage:96,100. I plan to put $2600 down on it . And was approved by my credit
    i need a car for work Dealer's Price:$7,995 Mileage:96,100. I plan to put $2600 down on it . And was approved by my credit
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Should i let my dad help me buy a car or will he just sabotage me into trying to control me?

    Best answer: Just to note, paying for the insurance would not imply ownership. I let someone use my car for a few months, they paid for insurance, gas, oil changes, etc. Your dad is doing exactly what he wants, I am guessing he does not feel the need to give you a car, ie put a car in your name, hand you the keys and say here... show more
    Best answer: Just to note, paying for the insurance would not imply ownership. I let someone use my car for a few months, they paid for insurance, gas, oil changes, etc.
    Your dad is doing exactly what he wants, I am guessing he does not feel the need to give you a car, ie put a car in your name, hand you the keys and say here is a gift.
    You guys are in this kabuki dance mode, they say here is car, you think and act like you own it, but they are thinking....we are just letting him borrow it and will pull it back if needed. Not being negative, but this is VERY common and both parties are not really facing the question. And even if you ask for the car to be in your name, I am 99% sure they will STILL hold that over you and act like they own it since they paid for it.

    Are you working? If not, start working, save up say at least 5000 and buy a car.
    As far a the purchasing, you are exactly right, sure you would like to include him, even if you are paying 100% of the cost, but he is going to act like he "owns" the process. This is a dysfunction of wanting to control others, or not having moved on from Parent-child to Parent-Adult relationship.
    I have friends whose parents started treating them like adults by age 21.
    Sit down with your dad and say...I am going to be buying a car and will pay for it myself, I really appreciate your offer to help and if I need any help picking one out I will let you know. Thanks
    Now on the flipside to this....if you buy a 1972 Jag with 262,000 miles on it, and the engine blows up on your drive home and you call dad for help.....Then I guess you can expect him to say....dumb purchase and now you wasted $X we have car going to the junkyard and I have to bail you out. Which would all be true statements.

    See my other posts on car purchases. TRUE private sellers only. Pull an Instavin report, have a mechanic look at it.
    Hope it works out.
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago