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I know, that's why I work proficiently. I have a friend who does what I do and he just financed a Cadillac and will be getting another ride for his girlfriend. But the Camaro is worth more, so I wanted to be a little more aware.
Posted 26 November 2012 - 21:01
Posted 26 November 2012 - 21:19
i could be way off, but i would think you're going to have trouble financing that car. 1. you're young 2. low credit 3. low income
if anything you'll get some horrific interest rate. you'll be paying thousands in interest over the life of the loan. also, how much can you afford to put down? the more the better.
also, as neufuse mentioned, there's all the extra hidden costs of buying a car. that'll add up to $2k or so.
find one of those "car payment calculators" and see what youre monthly payment is going to be. trust me, you wont want to be paying off that same car 5-6 years later. it gets old pretty fast.
(edit) for instance, if that car costs $45k w/ a 5yr loan at 9% interest. you'll be paying over $900/month. sounds like fun, right?
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