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im thinking that but im putting the insurance back on in december so im basically just biting like 3 months of that 564


Either way you only drive 2K miles a year thats only 166 miles a month. You could uber everywhere for probably only $300/mo or less total. No insurance no car payment.

 

If I only drove 2K miles a year I'd have an older car that was paid off, you barely drive.

I'm driving close to 30K/yr lol.

post #122 of 169

This is why I loved car sales, the finesse game is skrong

post #123 of 169

Bruh, for a KIA?

post #124 of 169
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Bruh, for a fully loaded KIA?

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post #125 of 169
Almost copped a Kia for 24k the other day but passed because it's a Kia. Will prob cop a Maxima.
post #126 of 169
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24 for which one? Thats good value. I test drove the AWD Sorento and Sportage too
post #127 of 169
The optima is nice tho. Every time I see one I think bout coppin. Switch the badges and you straight buuuut it's a Kia lol...
post #128 of 169
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U got finessed op. Stage a carjacking, report it stolen and have a buddy set it on fire.

As soon as OP drove that joint off the lot, catch the salesperson in the back like.....

post #129 of 169
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As soon as OP drove that joint off the lot, catch the salesperson in the back like.....


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post #130 of 169
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As soon as OP drove that joint off the lot, catch the salesperson in the back like.....


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post #131 of 169
I think he just doesn't want to keep paying on something he doesn't want anymore.
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As soon as OP drove that joint off the lot, catch the salesperson in the back like.....


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post #132 of 169
Yo I hate that my son keeps getting finessed. A whip he don't want, crib he doesn't want, and a ***** he can't stand but got a baby with. Trapped or die 3.
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Still can't believe OP bought a $40k Kia :x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x

post #134 of 169
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They don't teach personal finance in public schools for a reason (especially to minorities). Ish is not a coincidence, it's by design. 

 

That's why I always stress the importance of learning how to manage your money and let your money make you money 

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post #137 of 169
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They don't teach personal finance in public schools for a reason (especially to minorities). Ish is not a coincidence, it's by design. 

That's why I always stress the importance of learning how to manage your money and let your money make you money 

Which is crazy. Bunch of folks just thrown into adulthood less the lessons that really matter.
post #138 of 169
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They don't teach personal finance in public schools for a reason (especially to minorities). Ish is not a coincidence, it's by design. 

That's why I always stress the importance of learning how to manage your money and let your money make you money 

Im just gettin a handle on things at 30.

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post #139 of 169
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They don't teach personal finance in public schools for a reason (especially to minorities). Ish is not a coincidence, it's by design. 

 

That's why I always stress the importance of learning how to manage your money and let your money make you money 


Reason why I am going to do something to help change this . It's all by design , we gotta make our own system .

post #140 of 169
Better now than never.
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a KIA?!?!

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post #142 of 169
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post #143 of 169
thats why you got a kia?

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post #145 of 169
Wait homey traded the Kia for a Dart to only end up paying $564 a month for?


What in the world?

I have a Lexus and Cadillac and I'm paying $620 for both let alone $564 for one.
Edited by marmourjr - 12/9/16 at 5:16am
post #146 of 169
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You made an agreement to your credit union that you'd pay your loan, be a man of your word and accept your mistake (though it sounds like a rather reliable car so I wouldn't call it that much of a mistake) and honor your loan agreement.

SMH sounding like a straight mark *** buster
post #147 of 169
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$500 a month for a dart? sick.gif

And I reading that right? sick.gif

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post #148 of 169
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This is why lease>

OP, looks like you going to learn the hard way on this one.

We all been there.
I never forgive Steezy for the time he took me to his slime ball dealership cat...

Don't let this **** hit your credit.
Did you agree to those terms because you wanted to be on the + side of cars value or because you liked the car?

Keep grinding.
And next time get that lease.

Bro I lease too! roll.gif

that was back in my days of financing, I wasn't enlightened yet...I was taking Ls aswell.
post #149 of 169

Don't get a Dodge Dart. Yeah they look nice and the drive is cool and all but there's a huge issue with the Dart's Multiair engine right now. 

 

The engine will start to eat or burn up oil, causing the engine the stall out. Eventually you'll have to take the car to the dealer and possibly get the engine replaced. 

 

I know because I have a Dart (damn sure not paying 564/month for it lol). It's brand new, leased and under warranty so I'm not paying for the engine, but this is a warning. You don't wanna buy a used Dart only to find it burns thru oil. I got an oil change at 28k miles. I'm at 30k now and the dip stick is bone dry using synthetic oil using 6 quarts. So its burning 3 qts every 1k miles.

 

Many others have the same issue (google it) and Dodge I'm assuming know about it too. I don't know about other Dodge cars or trucks.


Edited by krazy88s - 12/9/16 at 5:58am
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Does Dodge at least honor their warranty and do the work?
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