I leased a smart car a couple weeks ago. The dealer told me it would get 100 miles to the charge. I am getting a little over half that. Upon doing some research, others have the same experience. Should I go back to the dealer and ask them to take it back? What are my options? Does the lemon law apply?
What are the main problems about ford cars that make them sh*tty ?
I'm 18 yrs old and I am gonna to be going off to college soon in Florida but I have a New Jersey license. I will need to have transportation to get around Florida so I was wondering if I should buy a car in NJ, register it here, and then ship it to Florida? Or should I buy a car in Florida and register it...
I’m getting a job and will be earning earning about $600-$800 a month and I also get $300 a month from social security for personal reasons. I am still in highschool and don’t have to pay for anything else I would only have to pay the monthly payments for the car. Also if I’m unable to have a co-signer what would...
Or is it too risky ? I don’t want to buy a car that will die as soon as I get it. I want it too last a while.
I am currently looking for a classic project to get started on but I don't know any junkyards in my area that sell and classics. I like in Hellertown and I am looking for a junk yard that is 10-40 miles away from my house, I am also looking for a car that could be worth less that 1000$
I traded in my leased car a few months early to finance a new car. The dealership said they were doing a dealer buyout and would pay off the remaining balance of the lease. I got a call from the leasing company saying I owe a hefty early termination fee (more than the car is worth). This is due to the dealership...
My dad bought a new truck so he passed his old one down to me. I tried to register it and they said that they needed to see how much I paid for it so they could charge sales tax. I said that I didn't pay for it, my dad gave it to me, and the DMV guy said that that was "impossible" and that I "had...
Makes no sense. Why would a dealer (who I go to for regular tune-ups) want my not paid off car? What’s the catch to this? Someone explain
I want to buy a $15,000 car. I want to pay cash for it. And also, maybe try to negotiate a bit. Is this possible?
It will be my first so help me out guys
1. 2006 Toyota Camry LE sedan 118,384 mileage everything in good condition.
2. 2008 Hyundai Elantra mileage 87,000 miles everything in good condition.
3. 2010 Hyundai Accent mileage 83,000 miles everything in good condition
4. 1999 Honda prelude mileage 81,000 miles...
You can buy and finance your car now but it's going to expensive and there is no benefit to doing so. If you wait until lease-end, you can it for the guaranteed price in your lease contract, and any dents, damage, or excessive mileage won't matter.
I make 60 cents more than minimum wage and the Jeep Grand Cherokee costs about $40k. I could get it because the person that will co-sign sign has good credit. But the monthly note will be like $550 a month plus insurance which will be like $200. So is it worth it ? because I really love the Grand Cherokee and I do...
Camero, mustang, charger or challenger?