I'm not sure if there dealership loses the incentive when a customer refinances, or if they're just less likely to get those incentives in the future. That's a question for the dealership guys on here.
It is crap in some areas, though.
Old mustangs (65-73, pre-oil crisis) are just classic cars, they’re noisy and dumb and handle like a noodle. But my ‘73 is the most fun to drive because classic car. Everyone loves it.
I’ve had some Mustang II’s and fox Mustangs and honestly, I wish I didn’t. The crap era.
The SN95 years were great. They were cool ugly, cheap as hell and could still get a 5.0. They needed a ton of suspension work to be useful though, there’s the crap area. Oh.. and the interior was awful, even in porno red. But I still love mine because it’s noisey and decently quick and the top goes down. A nice cruiser.
I never had a new edge style though there were plenty I longed for. The Mach 1, Bullitt, Terminator.. so many cool special editions. But I know close to nothing about quality or owning experience.
My 05 S197... when it wasn’t a drag car, it was a chore. Very noisy suspension, not that great to drive and an interior that felt like you could hose it off. Just not great. You could tell all the money went into exterior design. Oh well, still a mustang so it still gave ya that feeling.
Then S197 II came around and holy smokes. They made a really great car with almost no crap. I can only speak to the Boss 302 from this generation but the only bit of crap I’ve found is the horrible shifter bushing. Good job Ford.
Back on topic.... if anyone has some info on S550 ownership, let me know. I would not be opposed to getting into a GT once everything opens back up.
"keep it between the mayonnaise and mustard"
ford x8 (mustang x4, thunderbird, lightning, svt focus, fiesta st)
chevy x1 (2500hd)
vw x1 (atlas cross sport) "I bought it"
Every Automaker That Offers Incentives, Loan Support in Pandemic
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By Colin Beresford
Mar 25, 2020
I can’t believe I got 3.25% for 72 months; on a 9 year old vehicle.
Yes I know a 6 year loan is not usually the best option on an older vehicle, but if the rate is the same.. WHY NOT?! It’s a Lexus/Toyota land cruiser product anyways, it’s going to outlast this earth.
My opinion is if the dealers beats my bank I have no reason to refi. If the captive rate to get a great rebate is stupid high and the dealer is stingy and my experience was not overwhelmingly positive ( which has yet to ever occur, there's always some ******* move to make more money somewhere ) I'll refi ASAP. Live by the rules, die by the rules.
I called a dealer today as I found a car for my wife but they stated only the parts and service departments were open for the time being. Has anyone else heard of this? The place in mention is Kingston, NY Heart Volkswagen; I'm ready to buy with cash but no go? It's a 2.5 hour drive so I want to be sure first.
I'll wear a mask or whatever, I just want to give you money for a car, thanks.
Tonight will be my first overtime in over a year. Will have 2-3 months of 6 day and 7 day weeks.
How will Jeep Wronglers lease during the Wuhan flu?
Not sure you can combine the 0%/84 with the big discount...
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Springfield Discount 2
2019 Rocky Ridge Custom Tonneau 3
2019 Rocky Ridge Alpine/K2 4
Sale Price $56,005
Total Savings $18,500
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New 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 Crew Cab 4WD AT4 Rocky Ridge Alpine/K2
who the hell would ever buy a car and go 'no payments for 6 months so i can delay the inevitable, drag out the term, and ensure im severely upside down forever, sounds great!'
if you need to be deferring payments 6 months, just dont buy a car. Save that money for 6 months and just buy one 6 months later, probably a year newer by that point anyway.