This is a discussion on 2013 WRX FLORIDA within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; hi all my name is Matt, I have an '04 R1, a '98 CR250 2-STROKE!! and just got my new ...
SO unpaid balance is 21397.77 (bottom document). Finance charge is 3977.81 (top document), adding these two numbers, 21397.77+3977.81=24407.47, the total amount financed (top document). If you add the finance charge of 3977.81 AGAIN to the total amount financed, this equals total of payments of 28385.28, but thats like double adding the finance charge.
There were not the final numbers I originally saw and believe he ripped up the wrong yellow document (top document)
welcome matt. where in FL are you located?
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abbigale : 06 impreza wrx tr: cobb stage II
about my car:
Only dirt i drive it on is my own damn driveway, getting ceramic tint by formula one, lifetime warranty, ceramic has most protection from the sun, metallic is second, but affects AM radio signals. I dont listen to anything in my car but the turbo lol (especially not AM haha), and im a firm believer in getting what you paid for, so ceramic it is, dark as possible while still being legal according to Florida laws, and ill be getting the visor strip as well ($280), think it will look sexy.
Did you finance through the dealer or secure financing on your own through a credit union? Only reason I ask is because of the interest rate...pretty steep
2011 Subaru WRX Premium
1988 Ford Mustang GT
2000 Jeep Wrangler TJ
through the dealer, and i agree, it was beginning of the month and im pretty sure they had apr deals, again i think he ripped up the wrong yellow doc (top document) because i remember the guy had some confusion during signing. ill kepp yall posted on this
How much upside down were you in your trade? $29,950 is a lot to pay for that car
Just get a bank or credit union to get you a loan and just pay the dealer off with that loan... This looks shady
You should be able to get a 60-72 month new car loan through a credit union for about 2.5-3% if you have decent credit.
Get a loan through them and pay off what you owe the dealer. No reason to pay more than you have to in interest
total cost to own is $37,000??? WTF and for a base?
My total came up to ~ $31,000