You ever see those car commercials where someone buys their spouse a car for their birthday? Is that real? How can a spouse make a major financial decision without having their husband or wife involved? ‘Surprise honey, we’re $50k in debt with a 7% interest rate!’
Maybe that’s like a rich person thing.
I bought my last car from carvana & when I spoke to them I told them I DO NOT WANT the big bow & after he finished laughing he said that’s ok we ran out of bows anyway. I would’ve been embarrassed if that thing came with the bow.
“What’s my monthly payment?” is the extent of financial planning for some folks.
(The average new car payment exceeds $700 a month nowadays. )
Aww I didn’t know they actually did that. My neighbor has bought cars from there and they’ve never had the bow.
This was pre pandemic in 2019 when they were running those commercials all the time. I bought a 2018 with low miles. I could’ve sold it back to them for more than I paid for it last year At least this one is paid off now.
I bought a car from the current decade. That’s been unusual for me.
I prefer to buy my cars from people’s lawns…buuuuuut now I have to be an adult and phhhhhlbpt about that.
To be fair though, it is nice having all the doors.
That has yet to happen here!
Then again, I’ve yet to purchase any vehicle that has less than 100k miles too. If the vehicle could move under its own power at the onset, that was an upgrade already!
@therealjrn I have a small stable of cars. My ‘youngest’ is 50. Conversely, my SO drives a 2021 Whocares.
@pepper114 “If you throw in the cinder blocks, it’s a deal!”
Chef’s kiss. Perfection.