Master Don Juan
- Dec 30, 2012
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If the owner is your age, these are probably harder miles than a senior would put on it.My work colleagues were saying the Toyota Corolla might have too many miles… it’s at 168K.
Gonna keep my options open and research hard for the car. I’d like to be driving it before I leave for my vacation(which is on March 23.)
That is too much. I always assume 200K is about the reasonable service life of a vehicle. This car only has 30K life left, or about 1-2 years. Not good. Try to get under 100K.My work colleagues were saying the Toyota Corolla might have too many miles… it’s at 168K.
I’ll keep looking into those other options I have as well.That is too much. I always assume 200K is about the reasonable service life of a vehicle. This car only has 30K life left, or about 1-2 years. Not good. Try to get under 100K.
The bigger factor is age, with rubber/plastic/electronics wearing out due to exposure. Hondas and Toyotas can last well over 200K, but yes 168 is high.That is too much. I always assume 200K is about the reasonable service life of a vehicle. This car only has 30K life left, or about 1-2 years. Not good. Try to get under 100K.
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Make doesn’t matter that much for modern cars. 168K is a lot of use to be buying a car. It’s like wifing up a 37 year old single mother. You could do it.. but why?Curious, would you say the same regarding Hondas?
They can but why make the investment?Hondas and Toyotas can last well over 200K, but yes 168 is high.
Lol, this is why you test drive. Kinda like with women.Make doesn’t matter that much for modern cars. 168K is a lot of use to be buying a car. It’s like wifing up a 37 year old single mother. You could do it.. but why?
They can but why make the investment?
I’ll look into the other options
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Lol they might be worried you will pay the loan off early and they won't make much money off of you. You don't have a long history of paying interest...One thing that is really frigging annoying, is that my bank is denying my request for a $5000 loan even though I make a decent amount of money a year(68K) and I have a credit score of 721. The main reason they cite is that I haven’t had credit for very long.
My cousin told me that I’m not going about this right. He says I need to go in person, tell them how much I make, and be willing to put down some money. Also, have proof of income and the bill of sale for the car that I want already. Then, just pay the bank back over time.
Im going to do this at my own bank and a couple credit unions. If they continue to deny my requests, I’ll just use my corporate discount to get a rental every weekend so I can go out and socialize/game. Then, just stack my cash until I can afford a car outright. Either way, I will be fine.
Ideally, I can do this without touching my corporate emergency fund cause otherwise I’ll have to start over.
I’ll update the thread when those next steps occur.
This is off topic, but let's think about the banking system for a second. Assuming your credit score is as high as you say, you are being penalized for simply not having paid sufficient interest into the system. Yes, auto loans are risky with the recent spate of repossessions, but a loan is a loan is a loan and you've got a +700 credit score. It sounds like this bank won't even give you a higher interest loan.Well, it’s official. They won’t approve my loan request because my credit is just too new.
So, I’m just going to cut spending and save up for a car on my own. I’m still good because I have a rental every weekend(thanks company discount.)
Curious though, since this is the new strategy: what’s higher priority, getting a car of my own, or maintaining my corporate emergency fund(in case I were to ever be fired?)
Not sure if I should use the savings I have for corporate emergencies on a car, and then just build that up. Or not touch them at all and accept that it’ll take longer to get my car.