Dealers are already advertising 0% interest rates and cash incentives...I think it will be a great time to get into new ride in the following months. And petrol is getting cheap
Fu*k the virus.
Perfect timing cause I need a reliable daily. Maybe base model pickup or something for under 200/mth
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Monday this week I stopped in the local dealer to look at 2019 Jetta GLI that was heavily discounted.
I talked up the huge stock market drop that day, told them I was not expecting to do this so soon, but the their already existing discount of $6,600 on the Jetta and the people first warranty had me considering.
I leave without the car - but I managed to get them to remove all of the their dealer shenanigans...Nitrogen, 3 years maintenance, Tint, door cups, unlimited car washes, I had great counter arguments for all of them. This they valued at $1,795.
I email them later, asking about rates etc... get them to match a BofA rate that was lower then their offer.
I just checked their web site, but see o mention of 0% rates. Perhaps I'll ask tomorrow when I go to sign.
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I agree. Perfect time to buy cars. I bought a Fiesta ST on Wednesday and buying a Cross Sport tomorrow morning. Will post thread with pics on sunday.
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If I have the actual cash laying around for a car and don't absolutely have to have one, I'm putting it in my investment portfolio towards retirement.
I'll probably chuck a couple of grand I have with my guy in cash options, but I'll wait to see how low it goes and get in late next week. It's just a little, but I wouldn't mind doubling it over the next year or so!
Originally Posted by Boyz in da Park
Because we're planning on selling our house in Texas and buying a house here in CA this summer (and knock on wood Coronavirus doesn't impact those plans), if I had to suddenly replace my DD right now it would be with something cheap but interesting that I could pay for with cash, enjoy for the rest of the year, then eventually replace with a new/cpo car later. IMO it would be a perfect opportunity for me to check a 'must own' box like getting an older M car or something. However if life changed and I really needed reliable transportation cheap, it's good to know deals can be had.
This crisis is going to crush economic output, driving us into a recession - once that sets in the real price/incentive games will hit (if you are gainfully employed as the fallout filters through the economy).
I expect a larger auto crash than 2008-9.
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