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How much will you pay to buy a car?


Thinking about purchasing a used or new car? How much are you willing to pay? Do you walk in the dealership with a budgeted amount? How do you determine the cost and value for this form of transportation?

 

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    Debby Bruck 4 years ago

    Do you mean that the car should get many miles per gallon of oil; or that the number of miles already driven on the car should be low? Thank you for criteria to determine the set price of the car. So, you go in knowing just how much you will pay?

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    Debby Bruck 4 years ago

    If you have saved up enough to make large downpayment or get good trade in value for your old car this sounds like a good idea.

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    Debby Bruck 4 years ago

    Hi Goody - Does this mean that by comparison shopping, you might possibly be willing to spend more than you thought originally? I'm curious to know whether people have a set price in mind; or over the course of investigation will change.


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    Debby Bruck 4 years ago

    Yikes! That is a high set point compared to what I would pay.

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    Debby Bruck 4 years ago

    Jeff - Thanks for tips on bargaining, financing and car history. How did you determine the price limit for your future automobile purchase? So, you go with the NADA value and will pay that amount?


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