• I hate my car, what should I get instead???

    I have a Honda Civic and it's slow, boring and cramped. Only positives are it gets 50 mpg and has zero problems. So what car should I get instead?
    I have a Honda Civic and it's slow, boring and cramped. Only positives are it gets 50 mpg and has zero problems. So what car should I get instead?
    27 answers · 2 days ago
  • My dad just brougth me a corolla imstead of mustang gt????

    Iam geting tha brand neuw 2019 ford mustang gt which is my dreem car and I wont tha car so bad but my dad ghot me a corolla in myy 16th berthday and I hait it, what shood I doo???????
    Iam geting tha brand neuw 2019 ford mustang gt which is my dreem car and I wont tha car so bad but my dad ghot me a corolla in myy 16th berthday and I hait it, what shood I doo???????
    14 answers · 16 hours ago
  • I pissed my dad off really bad should I just sell the car?

    When I was 3 I got ran over sued the insurance and got a 34k settlement that I get when I turn 21 I turned 21 a month ago got the money and went out and bought a green 1968 Pontiac Firebird with a swapped 428 automatic for 12k it’s a bad ride but my dad is so pissed I didn’t get a Nissan Altima or a Honda or... show more
    When I was 3 I got ran over sued the insurance and got a 34k settlement that I get when I turn 21 I turned 21 a month ago got the money and went out and bought a green 1968 Pontiac Firebird with a swapped 428 automatic for 12k it’s a bad ride but my dad is so pissed I didn’t get a Nissan Altima or a Honda or something practical should I just sell it?
    11 answers · 9 hours ago
  • Someone told me it's better to buy a used car from a state where it doesn't snow (because of the salt used to melt the snow).?

    Best answer: Yes but not as much as you'd think. Modern cars use galvanised (zinc coated) steel for the major panels, which is very resistant to corrosion, but the salt does chew through eventually, so newer is better if buying a car from a salty state.
    Best answer: Yes but not as much as you'd think. Modern cars use galvanised (zinc coated) steel for the major panels, which is very resistant to corrosion, but the salt does chew through eventually, so newer is better if buying a car from a salty state.
    8 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Is it wrong to test drive cars with no intention to purchase?

    I have a new car so I don't need a new car but I want to go test drive the new Honda Accord, Civic and CR-V. Do you think it's wrong to waste the salesperson's time knowing I won't be buying anytime soon?
    I have a new car so I don't need a new car but I want to go test drive the new Honda Accord, Civic and CR-V. Do you think it's wrong to waste the salesperson's time knowing I won't be buying anytime soon?
    37 answers · 5 days ago
  • Can a dealership cancel buying out my leased car deal? If so, would there be any consequences for them?

    I’ve been trying to get someone to take over my car’s lease, but because I was still pretty new into my lease, I didn’t have any luck finding one. I had to go with my alternative option which was to let a dealership (Dealership A) to buy out my car, and absorb the shortfall into the payments of the new car. Now, I... show more
    I’ve been trying to get someone to take over my car’s lease, but because I was still pretty new into my lease, I didn’t have any luck finding one. I had to go with my alternative option which was to let a dealership (Dealership A) to buy out my car, and absorb the shortfall into the payments of the new car. Now, I happened to find a decent car there with pretty affordable payments, even with the shortfall amt added on top. What also sold me was that the shortfall amt was lower than other dealerships’ offer. I thought everything was done smoothly, until the salesman called me to let me know that the buyout value that I told them, which I obtained from the leased car’s dealership (Dealership B,) was incorrect, and that there was around $1500 in discrepancy. He even asked me to pay some portion of that amount back as a “solution” for me. Turns out, the discrepancy came from some Lease doc fees and a 3rd Party buyout fee of $1000, which I thought the dealership should already know about. We have also signed the paperwork for the new car and I’ve already been driving it for the past few days as well. From my understanding, this is clearly Dealership A’s fault for not verifying any additional costs of the car with Dealership B before doing the paperwork. My question is, can they cancel this agreement? My next leased car’s payment is in a few days and according to Dealership B, Dealership A must buyout my car within 15 days after they have received the paperwork.
    8 answers · 10 hours ago
  • First car for a teenager?

    is a 2008 impala a bad first car for a 16 year old girl?
    is a 2008 impala a bad first car for a 16 year old girl?
    15 answers · 3 days ago
  • Should I trade in a car that gets 50mpg for a gas guzzling SUV?

    I have a Honda Civic that gets incredible 50mpg on the freeway which I love since it doesn't need much gas and gets 600 miles to the tank. But I hate that the interior is cramped especially since I travel often and end up sleeping in my car. The rear seat folds down but there's still not enough room to... show more
    I have a Honda Civic that gets incredible 50mpg on the freeway which I love since it doesn't need much gas and gets 600 miles to the tank. But I hate that the interior is cramped especially since I travel often and end up sleeping in my car. The rear seat folds down but there's still not enough room to sleep comfortably. Forget about 2 people sleeping in it. So I am thinking about trading it in for an SUV with plenty of room that gets 20mpg. So do you think I should do it or keep the 50mpg car?
    19 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can I get more money for my car if I do these things?

    I am selling a 10 year old Honda SUV with over 200k miles. Would doing any of these raise its value? 1. An inspection by a mobile mechanic plus detailed report - $150 2. Steam cleaning interior (lots of stains) - $200 3. Removing 5 small dents - $300 4. Fixing a rear window that won't go down - $250 5. Cloudy... show more
    I am selling a 10 year old Honda SUV with over 200k miles. Would doing any of these raise its value? 1. An inspection by a mobile mechanic plus detailed report - $150 2. Steam cleaning interior (lots of stains) - $200 3. Removing 5 small dents - $300 4. Fixing a rear window that won't go down - $250 5. Cloudy front headlight covers - $50 Any other things I can do to raise its value? The SUV has never been in an accident, never had mechanical problems and 1 owner.
    15 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is The Honda Ridgeline better than the Ford f-150?

    Best answer: I don't recall ever even seeing one but I have a pair of F-150s and three Explorers.
    Best answer: I don't recall ever even seeing one but I have a pair of F-150s and three Explorers.
    23 answers · 5 days ago
  • Can a dealership do this?

    Long story short I went to trade in my car (at a well known dealership [not crappy buy here pay here]) I was having my mom co sign but she was not with me during signing they told me no problem she can come whenever its convenient for her to sign. Well had the car for 5 days and it was having problems (was a used... show more
    Long story short I went to trade in my car (at a well known dealership [not crappy buy here pay here]) I was having my mom co sign but she was not with me during signing they told me no problem she can come whenever its convenient for her to sign. Well had the car for 5 days and it was having problems (was a used 2017) so I decided to take the car back since the deal was technically "not final" since my co signer had not signed they let me take my car back and took the new one back. Well then they give me a bill for $387 saying I have to pay this. It was from where they gave me car an inspection, oil change, etc as it was a new trade in the recieved and to see if it was ready to sell. I said can you tell me where I signed that I HAD TO PAY THIS? He says well no but someone has to pay it because we thought this was a done deal and we were ready to sell your old car so we put it thru this inspection etc this doesnt happen usually so someone has to pay it. I basically told them to give me some time and I would get back with them. Everyone says that its BS and they cant make me pay as they are the ones who jumped the gun to the inspection on my car. I just dont want them trying to take me to small claims court trying to get this money...Thoughts??
    15 answers · 4 days ago
  • Car dealership wants me to get in a newer car?

    I got a call from the car dealership that I got my car from. They said that they were giving me a call from the manager of the dealership, that he wanted to see about putting me in a newer car since ive had mine for over a year. The lady said that I have gotten into a better financial place and that they wanted to... show more
    I got a call from the car dealership that I got my car from. They said that they were giving me a call from the manager of the dealership, that he wanted to see about putting me in a newer car since ive had mine for over a year. The lady said that I have gotten into a better financial place and that they wanted to help me get into a car that has a lower payment or on that is the same payment. I told her what I wanted for a payment and she said that they could definitely get me into a car with that payment. 1st I dont know why she said that Im in a better financial place im going in debt with this car and for the last 7 months ive had to call the bank to make payment arrangements so that it dosent show up as a late payment. 2nd she was asking about my car and damages and make sure that there wasnt any body damange to my car and see if i had to replace the tiers. 3rd they should know that I cant trade in my car because I went to the dealership about 2 months ago to see about lowering my payment and they said that they couldn t help me because my car wasnt worth what I owe and they didn t have a car that would cover my cost. 4th she really wanted me to come in today but I wasnt able to and wanted to make sure that I could come in some time during the week I told her thursday and she said ok and kept making sure that I was going to come in to have the car looked at. something to me dosent seem right especially since they couldnt help me a few months ago.
    28 answers · 6 days ago
  • What are the best but cheapest car a high school student can buy in Montana? What would be a good site to look for cars?

    Hello, I'm a high school student going into my senior year. So I've been saving up for a car but don't have a clue on what type of car I should buy. I don't really need a fancy car or sports car. Just a car that would get me to school, work, and after school activities. I'm looking for a price... show more
    Hello, I'm a high school student going into my senior year. So I've been saving up for a car but don't have a clue on what type of car I should buy. I don't really need a fancy car or sports car. Just a car that would get me to school, work, and after school activities. I'm looking for a price range around $600-$1,000. I'm also looking into buying the car before my senior year. I'm really into jeeps, Hondas and toyatas. But would really appreciate any other kind of cheap car. Also the car should be somewhere at least within 50 miles in Eastern Montana and not out of state. If you could direct me to a useful site where I can search for cars that would be very much appreciated.. Thanks so much and have a nice day/evening.
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Bad credit $6,000 down payment on a $12,000 vehicle is it possible to get the car I want?

    I’m just curious because I either want a 2010-2012 camaro or a 2007-2008 Dodge Ram 1500. Please help
    I’m just curious because I either want a 2010-2012 camaro or a 2007-2008 Dodge Ram 1500. Please help
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • How to know if my auto loan will go upside down?

    I'm looking for a new car that the dealer will help finance. 130$ it do a month with 29+mpg and <90,000 miles. What is a good way to know the loan won't go upside down? Or even what are common reasons a loan goes upside down?
    I'm looking for a new car that the dealer will help finance. 130$ it do a month with 29+mpg and <90,000 miles. What is a good way to know the loan won't go upside down? Or even what are common reasons a loan goes upside down?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • How does trading in a car work?

    Please be nice, I’m only 21 and I have only owned one brand new car. I own a 2016 Hyundai Elantra but recently I’ve decided i want to trade it in for something bigger (Jeep, 4Runner, etc). I have no idea how trading works. Like I said I got my car in 2016 as its first owner. Paid $21,000 or so. I have had it a... show more
    Please be nice, I’m only 21 and I have only owned one brand new car. I own a 2016 Hyundai Elantra but recently I’ve decided i want to trade it in for something bigger (Jeep, 4Runner, etc). I have no idea how trading works. Like I said I got my car in 2016 as its first owner. Paid $21,000 or so. I have had it a little more than 2 years and have put 65k miles on it (school several hundred miles per week). I’m sure by now the car’s value has dropped drastically. I have paid probably around $7,000 toward principle. Realistically, how much could I expect its trade-in value to be? Let’s just say my car’s trade-in value is $15,000 but I see an SUV I want which costs $30,000 I trade my car in for this SUV. What do I end up owing? When people say they have “gone under” on a purchase, what exactly does that mean? I am so confused about it all
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • Good car for 21 year old???

    i was looking at a nissan juke, but my parents are trying to put me off of it as they are convinced it is too big. i need a reasonably priced car. is there any cars out there that look quite big, but really arent that big????
    i was looking at a nissan juke, but my parents are trying to put me off of it as they are convinced it is too big. i need a reasonably priced car. is there any cars out there that look quite big, but really arent that big????
    13 answers · 5 days ago
  • Would I regret selling my 1985 VW Golf to buy a 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage?

    Best answer: I've never driven the Mirage but I have read a few reviews on the vehicle and they all say the same thing. It's a great vehicle IF fuel economy is your only concern. Otherwise is has many shortcomings and most other vehicles in its class are a better choice. Keeping a 30+ year old vehicle as a daily... show more
    Best answer: I've never driven the Mirage but I have read a few reviews on the vehicle and they all say the same thing. It's a great vehicle IF fuel economy is your only concern. Otherwise is has many shortcomings and most other vehicles in its class are a better choice.

    Keeping a 30+ year old vehicle as a daily driver is a tough call. Those older VW diesels have fantastic reputations for reliability but it is an older vehicle and more stuff will eventually go on it.

    Personally I'd be hesitant to sink a lot of money into such an old vehicle if I relied on it for transportation. I would keep the old car going as long as it's economically feasible and put some of that budgeted transportation money aside each month for a future car fund. This way when it is finally time to get a newer ride, you have money saved up already to either buy something nicer or have enough money to buy another car in full ( no loan ).
    8 answers · 3 days ago