• Is this car a good buy for $1,000?

    It's a 2004 Honda CRV-EX AWD with 200K miles. It's a 1 owner car (elderly woman) that was serviced at proper time (she has records). It was mainly driven on the highway. I know this woman personally. It drives nice, its still very peppy. The oil, radiator fluid and transmission fluid looks clean and... show more
    It's a 2004 Honda CRV-EX AWD with 200K miles. It's a 1 owner car (elderly woman) that was serviced at proper time (she has records). It was mainly driven on the highway. I know this woman personally. It drives nice, its still very peppy. The oil, radiator fluid and transmission fluid looks clean and doesn't sel burnt. The interior is clean, but the exterior has some dents and scratches. She just put 4 new tires and struts in it, 2 months ago.
    16 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is a Camaro a douchey first car?

    Best answer: I love Camaros. When I was 18 I had a 1969 Chevy Camaro 350. I got a lot of attention from the ladies and it got me laid at least 2 times. So...no I don't think they are douchey first car.
    Best answer: I love Camaros. When I was 18 I had a 1969 Chevy Camaro 350. I got a lot of attention from the ladies and it got me laid at least 2 times. So...no I don't think they are douchey first car.
    20 answers · 3 days ago
  • The car I’m trying to buy is over 279,000 miles?

    The car I’m trying to buy is a 2011 Toyota Camry. The people are trying to sell it to me for $4500 but with that high or mileage, I’m a little worried. What should I do or ask them?
    The car I’m trying to buy is a 2011 Toyota Camry. The people are trying to sell it to me for $4500 but with that high or mileage, I’m a little worried. What should I do or ask them?
    38 answers · 5 days ago
  • Tips on purchasing new used car in new car dealerships, and how to talk down the price?

    Best answer: By simply knowing the current market value of the car you are considering for purchase before ever stepping foot on the dealership lot.

    It can be easily found.

    https://www.edmunds.com/appraisal/
    Best answer: By simply knowing the current market value of the car you are considering for purchase before ever stepping foot on the dealership lot.

    It can be easily found.

    https://www.edmunds.com/appraisal/
    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • My vehicle is 10+ years old, is putting money into it worth it?

    I have a 2006 Hyundai Santa Fe with around 100,000 miles on it. It needs around $4,000 worth of repairs to be done to it. (New breaks, timing belt, tires, etc.) Is paying all this money worth it for this specific vehicle or should I sell it and get a new one?
    I have a 2006 Hyundai Santa Fe with around 100,000 miles on it. It needs around $4,000 worth of repairs to be done to it. (New breaks, timing belt, tires, etc.) Is paying all this money worth it for this specific vehicle or should I sell it and get a new one?
    21 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is it a good idea for an 18 year old to buy a $20,000 Chevrolet Camaro, Ford Mustang or a challenger?

    I just graduated HS getting into college and I'm thinking of buying a used or brand new car ( listed above) I have about 5000 for down payment. But I'm just not sure if it's a good financial decision, but at the same time I really want the car. Please leave your opinion below!! My credit score is like... show more
    I just graduated HS getting into college and I'm thinking of buying a used or brand new car ( listed above) I have about 5000 for down payment. But I'm just not sure if it's a good financial decision, but at the same time I really want the car. Please leave your opinion below!! My credit score is like 650!
    15 answers · 4 days ago
  • I financed a car owner to owner car is out of state what can I do?

    A few months ago I financed a car owner to owner. Guy gave me 3000 down we agreed as is, no interest and 400 a month. Contract states if late on payment I could repossess, and truck is sold as is. Guy state s that he has paid over $4,000 in repairs for problems the truck had when he bought. He has also being on... show more
    A few months ago I financed a car owner to owner. Guy gave me 3000 down we agreed as is, no interest and 400 a month. Contract states if late on payment I could repossess, and truck is sold as is. Guy state s that he has paid over $4,000 in repairs for problems the truck had when he bought. He has also being on time with payments every month. Yesterday he called me and said truck blew a head gasket and he wasn t paying for it, told me to pick it up I said ok where is the truck he told me in Pennsylvania. Can I sue him, or what can I do?
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • I let a family friend borrow $300 from me to pay off her car payment..?

    This was about a week ago I was a little reluctant because I remember her asking my sister for money and it took her a while to pay her back but I helped her out anyways when would be a good time to ask for that money back ?
    This was about a week ago I was a little reluctant because I remember her asking my sister for money and it took her a while to pay her back but I helped her out anyways when would be a good time to ask for that money back ?
    13 answers · 4 days ago
  • Should I be worried about buying a car far under market value?

    Saw a 2007 Toyota Corolla from a private dealer with 130k miles for 2000 dollars. I would figure that even if, say, a head gasket was blown, spending 1000 to get it replaced would still put this car under fair market value. But I'm worried that the fact that he's selling it so low means something is... show more
    Saw a 2007 Toyota Corolla from a private dealer with 130k miles for 2000 dollars. I would figure that even if, say, a head gasket was blown, spending 1000 to get it replaced would still put this car under fair market value. But I'm worried that the fact that he's selling it so low means something is seriously wrong with it. Or maybe I'm just being paranoid?
    13 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is buying a used bmw a bad idea?

    Some people say they are endless money pits and unreliable. Is that true? I dont wanna buy it new. Just a beater for under $5000. I saw alot on craiglist for under $5000. Is it a bad idea? Im looking at the bmw 325i e46.
    Some people say they are endless money pits and unreliable. Is that true? I dont wanna buy it new. Just a beater for under $5000. I saw alot on craiglist for under $5000. Is it a bad idea? Im looking at the bmw 325i e46.
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Sell current lease car to buy a new car? Good idea?

    Hey everyone, So I live in CT and I wanted to know if this could be possible. I was told that if I wanted to I could sell my leased 2016 Ford Fusion energi to a spot like CarMax a couple of months before the lease was done and if they would offer a higher price then the remaining amount owed on my lease I could do... show more
    Hey everyone, So I live in CT and I wanted to know if this could be possible. I was told that if I wanted to I could sell my leased 2016 Ford Fusion energi to a spot like CarMax a couple of months before the lease was done and if they would offer a higher price then the remaining amount owed on my lease I could do that and pay off the lease and then keep the extra money as a down payment towards the purchase of another car?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • BMW 328i or Camaro 1LT or possibly 2LT?

    This will be my first car when I get my license soon and I'm torn. I'm a good driver and I like speed but it isn't everything to me. Most important is how well it drives and how long it will last Both would be Certified Pre Owned
    This will be my first car when I get my license soon and I'm torn. I'm a good driver and I like speed but it isn't everything to me. Most important is how well it drives and how long it will last Both would be Certified Pre Owned
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why is bank taking so long for car loan?

    Best answer: It's possible that you have credit or income issues and the dealer is having a difficult time trying to find a lender who will approve you. Worst case is that he will not be able to get you financed at all. This means you'll have to return his car. If you know you have credit or income issues, never agree... show more
    Best answer: It's possible that you have credit or income issues and the dealer is having a difficult time trying to find a lender who will approve you. Worst case is that he will not be able to get you financed at all. This means you'll have to return his car.

    If you know you have credit or income issues, never agree to take a car home before you are approved for financing.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Alright so im looking into buying a car that cost 30,000$ if i put down a 10,000$ Down payment what will interest and all that be?
  • What's a good year and mileage to buy a used car? How much does mileage matter with a newer car?

    Obviously you can never tell how well or poorly a used car was treated and maintained. But if you're going for a good, reliable car that won't give you lemon headaches the moment you drive it off the lot, what year and mileage would be justifiable for someone not wanting to pay the price for a new car? I... show more
    Obviously you can never tell how well or poorly a used car was treated and maintained. But if you're going for a good, reliable car that won't give you lemon headaches the moment you drive it off the lot, what year and mileage would be justifiable for someone not wanting to pay the price for a new car? I keep hearing 3 to 5 years old is a good range to look at if looking for the best bang for buck. At 15k miles per year that would be a car with no more than 75k miles. But I'm looking at a particular car right now, the Toyota Avalon, and am finding there are quite a few that are 3 to 5 years old, but have 100,000 to 130,000 miles on them, much more than 15,000. They are cheaper than the 50k to 75k miles by quite a bit by about $5,000. Would it make sense to buy a 4 year old 130k mile Toyota Avalon by justifying that those are probably highway miles? Of course after trying to make sure this was not a Taxi or similar, and after checking out the Carfax report and the car itself of course. Or should I pay the higher price for a 75k miles or less car just to make sure it will be reliable? Thanks!
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • What are my chances of getting a car loan?

    I’m 23 years old, my credit is decently good (765) and i am currently only making 360 a week (before taxes) while i attend class at night. I aplied for one loan and they said i was denied but didn’t explain why. He said if i had A co-signer or 1500 dollar down payment i would be good. Am i able to buy a used car?... show more
    I’m 23 years old, my credit is decently good (765) and i am currently only making 360 a week (before taxes) while i attend class at night. I aplied for one loan and they said i was denied but didn’t explain why. He said if i had A co-signer or 1500 dollar down payment i would be good. Am i able to buy a used car? (5-6 thousand price range)
    8 answers · 4 days ago