• Can I buy a new car for lower then the set price?

    So I don't know to much about buying cars, but I know you can play around with a car price when buying from a dealer but someone told me that's only for used cars and never new cars. Is it really true that new cars are always just set at the same price and you can't play around to get it cheaper?
    So I don't know to much about buying cars, but I know you can play around with a car price when buying from a dealer but someone told me that's only for used cars and never new cars. Is it really true that new cars are always just set at the same price and you can't play around to get it cheaper?
    21 answers · 4 days ago
  • Used car vs New car?

    Best answer: Hi so given the choice a new car is yours and you look after it. second hand comes with what ever damage was done to it since new. so as you seem to list the more expensive makes then likewise parts also come expensive. so a new car would be a far better option. along with extended warranty that can save you a... show more
    Best answer: Hi so given the choice a new car is yours and you look after it. second hand comes with what ever damage was done to it since new. so as you seem to list the more expensive makes then likewise parts also come expensive. so a new car would be a far better option. along with extended warranty that can save you a fortune should anything go wrong.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Advice on new car purchase?

    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can my mom take my car from me? I'm driving a 2016 corlla she leased it with her credit but I paid for it and I still make all the payments.?

    I pay my car payments by my self I think the car is under her name though but I make all the payments and paid for it.
    I pay my car payments by my self I think the car is under her name though but I make all the payments and paid for it.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Question on LEASING a car???? HELP?

    So, I am know that you cannot lease used cars. They have to be NEW. I was just curious to know....I decided to go onto the BMW website and looked under a certain model....it gave me all kinds of options such as exterior/interior colors, fog lights, moon-roof, and other add-ons. My question is.....if I followed... show more
    So, I am know that you cannot lease used cars. They have to be NEW. I was just curious to know....I decided to go onto the BMW website and looked under a certain model....it gave me all kinds of options such as exterior/interior colors, fog lights, moon-roof, and other add-ons. My question is.....if I followed through on the official website and customized the BMW to my liking: black exterior, black leather interior, fog lights, etc.....would I be able to LEASE that creation I made on the website, or is that only for purchasing??? Would you be able to lease that online car you created, or are you only allowed to lease whatever car they have on the dealer lot in plain sight?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • How to convince my parents to let me sell my car?

    So my parents recently bought me a 2012 Civic SI and it has been a blast driving it for the past few months however, I ve been looking to buy a 2002 WRX or something along that measure that has a more sporty look due to the fact I got to drive someone s at a local car meet and I fell in love with it, the car I m... show more
    So my parents recently bought me a 2012 Civic SI and it has been a blast driving it for the past few months however, I ve been looking to buy a 2002 WRX or something along that measure that has a more sporty look due to the fact I got to drive someone s at a local car meet and I fell in love with it, the car I m looking at is valued just the same as my Civic and is basically the car I d love to take with me to college, the problem is convincing my parents to let me sell, my dad I think would be okay the problem is my mom. So what do you guys think I should do?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Should I get rid of my SUV?

    I m currently a sophomore in college and drive a 2007 Honda CR-V. I ve been thinking about trading it down to a civic or accord because I am a commuter student and have to drive thirty minutes one way to get to school. However my crv isn t in the best shape. The car drives fine but the bumper got ripped off and I... show more
    I m currently a sophomore in college and drive a 2007 Honda CR-V. I ve been thinking about trading it down to a civic or accord because I am a commuter student and have to drive thirty minutes one way to get to school. However my crv isn t in the best shape. The car drives fine but the bumper got ripped off and I just zip tied back on so I m sure that would decrease the value a lot. It s a solid car, it has 102,000 miles on it and drives fine, but I always think about something with better fuel economy. I think it s worth like 5,000 so I would just trading it in for an older civic (2004-2007) with higher miles on it would be worth it? Or should I just keep my car and deal with the worse gas mileage. I would really like to be able to just trade in the car and replace it so I don t have to pay too much out of pocket
    28 answers · 7 days ago
  • Do I need to renew my car tag if I m about to trade it in for a new one?

    I live in Kentucky and my car tags expire on the last day of September. I m about to buy a new car and I m trying to find out if I need to renew my car tags for my current car before I buy a new one. Should I renew them or should I not since I m getting a new car? No one is giving me an actual answer on this that I... show more
    I live in Kentucky and my car tags expire on the last day of September. I m about to buy a new car and I m trying to find out if I need to renew my car tags for my current car before I buy a new one. Should I renew them or should I not since I m getting a new car? No one is giving me an actual answer on this that I know so I thought maybe someone online has ran into this.
    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • Car loan at 18 years old?

    Hey guys I am 18 years old. I've been working since I was 14. I am now 18 and I landscape for a living. I still love at home. I've driven the same car for awhile now and I was curious about something. If I gathered up 1k-1.5k$ and put it down on a 10k-12k$ car. My monthly payments would be 200-280$ over... show more
    Hey guys I am 18 years old. I've been working since I was 14. I am now 18 and I landscape for a living. I still love at home. I've driven the same car for awhile now and I was curious about something. If I gathered up 1k-1.5k$ and put it down on a 10k-12k$ car. My monthly payments would be 200-280$ over 60-72 months. Does this sound like a good or bad idea? What do you all think?
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • CAR QUESTIONS .. please help.?

    1) is it good to pay off the interest off (or send a huge payment towards the interest) a car loan to reduce monthly payment??? 2) Does anyone have CNA national as a service contract???
    1) is it good to pay off the interest off (or send a huge payment towards the interest) a car loan to reduce monthly payment??? 2) Does anyone have CNA national as a service contract???
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • What are some things I should look for when purchasing a used car?

    Best answer: If you don't know what to look for and you can't take a mechanic with you, then drive the car to a mechanic's shop for a pre-purchase inspection instead. Most shops will do those kinds of inspections for $100 give or take. If the seller balks at you getting the car inspected at the shop of your... show more
    Best answer: If you don't know what to look for and you can't take a mechanic with you, then drive the car to a mechanic's shop for a pre-purchase inspection instead. Most shops will do those kinds of inspections for $100 give or take. If the seller balks at you getting the car inspected at the shop of your choice, save yourself future headaches and shop elsewhere at that point.

    If I were you I'd find a mechanic's shop that's at least ~10 miles from the seller to inspect the car for you. That way it'll be good and warmed up when it gets there and you'll also greatly reduce the chance that the shop you choose also does work for the seller. You DO NOT want to take it to a shop that has a cozy relationship with the seller. You want a shop with no stake in the outcome of the sale to give you an honest inspection to determine what the car does or does not need before you decide whether to buy it. Good luck.
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • Can we trade in a car not in my name?

    Me and my partner have two cars that we are underwater on. We want to trade them both in and roll over the negative equity so that we don t have two ridiculously high payments. My mom is willing to cosign a loan with one of us to get us a good interest rate, but the two cars being traded in are in our names, not... show more
    Me and my partner have two cars that we are underwater on. We want to trade them both in and roll over the negative equity so that we don t have two ridiculously high payments. My mom is willing to cosign a loan with one of us to get us a good interest rate, but the two cars being traded in are in our names, not here. Can we trade in a car that is in my partner s name if he is not going to be on the new loan?
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • I recently sold my 2006 Honda Accord 85K miles on Craiglist, and now the buyer wants his money back?

    I listed out all the problems the car had which was back right mirror not working, car shakes for the first 10 seconds after starting, old brakes and tires, transmission fluid needs to be replace, and also it hard to change gears. He even test drove the car and said it was fine and that he will replace and fix... show more
    I listed out all the problems the car had which was back right mirror not working, car shakes for the first 10 seconds after starting, old brakes and tires, transmission fluid needs to be replace, and also it hard to change gears. He even test drove the car and said it was fine and that he will replace and fix everything if I give him a good price. ($5,800 after negotiating) He texted 3 weeks later and said that the car was apparently to much to fix and that the transmission had to be rebuilt or swap or something. He wants $5,000 back.
    17 answers · 7 days ago
  • Why do insurance sell cars that are totaled?

    Best answer: As a condition of the insurance the insurance company owns your car when it is totalled - its their car and completely up to them what they do with it to try to get back some of the money - you can't have it.
    Best answer: As a condition of the insurance the insurance company owns your car when it is totalled - its their car and completely up to them what they do with it to try to get back some of the money - you can't have it.
    12 answers · 6 days ago
  • Should I pay my brother back for the car we share?

    Currently I'm sharing a new car with my brother. We both put down $4,000 each. We've been making payments and sharing a car isn't working out. He wants to get his own car. Should I pay him back the money he put down and continue the payments myself for the new one? Or should I just continue the... show more
    Currently I'm sharing a new car with my brother. We both put down $4,000 each. We've been making payments and sharing a car isn't working out. He wants to get his own car. Should I pay him back the money he put down and continue the payments myself for the new one? Or should I just continue the payments and not give him his down payment back? We owe about 10,000 more dollars on the car.
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • Looking to buy a nice SUV?

    Hello guys, I am in the army and have recently been assigned to my first duty station and I am looking to purchase a vehicle. Been looking at this 2015 Ford Edge, it is the highest tier has nice bells and whistles, 4 cylinders turbocharged and FWD. I don't really need to have AWD where i'm at. I hear a lot... show more
    Hello guys, I am in the army and have recently been assigned to my first duty station and I am looking to purchase a vehicle. Been looking at this 2015 Ford Edge, it is the highest tier has nice bells and whistles, 4 cylinders turbocharged and FWD. I don't really need to have AWD where i'm at. I hear a lot of people say Ford is a bad company and makes cheap cars, which is why I am concern to purchase this vehicle. It is used with 9k miles on it for $25k. Pretty good deal, but I figure I should get more opinion on this before making my final decision. If I purchase this vehicle, is it going to last me quite a while? 100k miles to 200k? What am I usually expecting to see fail on a Ford vehicle?
    6 answers · 4 days ago