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This is the kind of sage, insightful advice we get from AZ's brightest financial mind?
There really is no free lunch.
Doesn't say much for the financial minds at AZ, does it?
I could throw out terms like cost/benefit analysis, marginal utility, etc etc, but in the end, the question is still "Are nice rims worth $50 a month to you?"
Get the red one.
+1...as much as I liked not having car payments it's nice to have a new car again.Lifes too short to drive a crappy car..
I will say this my buddy just got a new Santa Fe all tricked out and neither he nor i would have ever considered it. We were both upscale car guys
But after having taken several longer rides in it for golf outings out of the area -- its pretty damn impressive comfort wise and looks FINE with pretty fair MPG and THAT warranty is solid . Quality is very good so i will have it ON MY RADAR SCREEN next time around .
thats why I try to pay cash...
would you still pay cash if zero percent financing was offered?
Seems to me in that situation it would make more sense to invest the 30K and have it make money for you, instead of giving it all to the dealer when making payments won't cost you any more than buying it out right.