• Can I trade in a wrecked vehicle that’s still being financed?

    drove without insurance & someone crashed into the back of my 2017 Corolla, can I trade it in or sell it if it’s wrecked & still being financed ?
    drove without insurance & someone crashed into the back of my 2017 Corolla, can I trade it in or sell it if it’s wrecked & still being financed ?
    22 answers · 2 days ago
  • 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?
    45 answers · 4 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???????
    22 answers · 3 days ago
  • Are there any legal repurcussions for not accepting a car loan?

    So, I initially wanted to finance a car, and it actually went to the point where I went to a dealer and they set me up with one of their lenders to get a loan. I ended signing everything before I was approved for the loan. However, I just got approved for it, but I dont want to do the loan anymore. If I dont accept... show more
    So, I initially wanted to finance a car, and it actually went to the point where I went to a dealer and they set me up with one of their lenders to get a loan. I ended signing everything before I was approved for the loan. However, I just got approved for it, but I dont want to do the loan anymore. If I dont accept the loan, there's no way for me to pay for the car. The dealer has a no buyer's remorse policy as well.
    15 answers · 2 days ago
  • I want a corvette but I’m only 16 and my mother wont let me I earn well enough and never broke her trust how can I convince her?

    Best answer: No, you don't earn well enough. Nobody your age can afford to keep a Corvette on the road, not unless you're a very busy drug dealer.

    You're not going to convince Mom, so stop trying. She's smarter than you are.
    Best answer: No, you don't earn well enough. Nobody your age can afford to keep a Corvette on the road, not unless you're a very busy drug dealer.

    You're not going to convince Mom, so stop trying. She's smarter than you are.
    9 answers · 14 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?
    16 answers · 2 days ago
  • I would like to buy my first luxury car and need some advice from some REAL enthusiasts.?

    ****My biggest needs out of this purchase are RELIABILITY and VALUE***** I have very specific criteria and I m looking at value NOT price. My price range is 5K-7K, but I m open to spending up to 10K if the value is really there. This is my first "new" car purchase and I want a deal. I understand... show more
    ****My biggest needs out of this purchase are RELIABILITY and VALUE***** I have very specific criteria and I m looking at value NOT price. My price range is 5K-7K, but I m open to spending up to 10K if the value is really there. This is my first "new" car purchase and I want a deal. I understand "luxury" cars depreciate considerably after 100K miles, but I plan on keeping this car for 10 years, maybe more. I CARE THE MOST ABOUT not spending 10k a year in maintenance, so I m looking for specific year/model matches out there that were reliable THAT ALSO meet my criteria. THANKYOU SO MUCH TO EVERYONE that replies. Im so excited to purchase my first lux and reliable car at 22 and not at thirty when I estimated!!! My Must haves: -Awd -Wagon -Turbo -Under 150K miles Brands I m interested in that meet my criteria: -Mercedes -Audi
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Have you ever bought a car that doubled in value?

    I bought a used truck with 60k miles for $4k. Then 3 years later it was rear ended and totaled. The insurance adjuster valued the truck at $8,500!!!!! So is this unusual or is it because I just bought it really cheap (bought it from a title loan place)?
    I bought a used truck with 60k miles for $4k. Then 3 years later it was rear ended and totaled. The insurance adjuster valued the truck at $8,500!!!!! So is this unusual or is it because I just bought it really cheap (bought it from a title loan place)?
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Looking Into Buying My First Truck, Help?

    I ve found a 2011 Chevy Silverado 1500 with 190,000 miles on it and an average of 15 city and 22 highway MPG, its got good ratings on The Insurance Institute Of Highway Safety. The truck is listed for just under 5 grand, is it a good deal for a starter vehicle?
    I ve found a 2011 Chevy Silverado 1500 with 190,000 miles on it and an average of 15 city and 22 highway MPG, its got good ratings on The Insurance Institute Of Highway Safety. The truck is listed for just under 5 grand, is it a good deal for a starter vehicle?
    8 answers · 17 hours ago
  • Can a dealership cancel buying out my leased car deal? If so, would there be any consequences for them?

    Best answer: Read any contracts/papers you signed. Read it word for word. If you don't understand it, read it again, and if you give up, then hire an attorney to read it and render an opinion. What state are you in? Do you have a sales contract that includes terms for paying off the lease? Note they have may have... show more
    Best answer: Read any contracts/papers you signed. Read it word for word. If you don't understand it, read it again, and if you give up, then hire an attorney to read it and render an opinion.
    What state are you in?
    Do you have a sales contract that includes terms for paying off the lease?
    Note they have may have reversal clauses for material errors. And if you told them the wrong number, and they relied on that number, then they may be able to make the case the contract is void due to your material error.
    Or contracts can be voided if there was a clear mistake (no idea if this meets those conditions) and all parties can be "made whole" and asked to start a new contract phase or not, their options.
    Pardon the direct comment, but you asked the question, all three parties here made rookie mistakes.
    Here is what should have happened.
    1. Dealer A. We did not underwrite you loan. Please call the lessor (ie company that wrote and owns the lease) and ask them for a payoff amount.
    2. You. Call lender and get written payoff letter with a "good through" date.
    3. Dealer B. We can no rely on a number given to you by the dealer who is not even the lender. Please contact the lender and have the fax a payoff letter directly to our F&I manager.
    The payoff letter is binding to the lender. If they say you owe X and you pay X, they have to accept that amount and release the title.
    If in fact you legally owe nothing and dealer B is clearly obligated to pay off the lease, regardless of the price, and if they wrote a contract without a written payoff letter in hand, I think a court might say they have to pay off the lease. Again who knows. But your problem is if they decide to breach the contract and not make payments to the lease, then you would have to sue them. And of course pay and attorney and make the lease payments for say 1-3 years while this goes to court or settles.
    Off the cuff based on the mess this could be, I suggest you offer to settle, I would try to offer nothing at first, but then maybe go back if they try to undo the deal and offer 1/3 then up to 1/2. I am guessing they would take that deal.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can you buy a car and sell it without going through the whole registration thing in Texas?

    Best answer: You're talking about title jumping - skipping over the current owner to avoid sales taxes. Title jumping is legal only for car dealerships. You can bypass the registration/insurance requirement but not the title requirement. You have to have it re-titled into your name and pay the sales tax. That gives you... show more
    Best answer: You're talking about title jumping - skipping over the current owner to avoid sales taxes. Title jumping is legal only for car dealerships. You can bypass the registration/insurance requirement but not the title requirement. You have to have it re-titled into your name and pay the sales tax. That gives you the legal right to sell the car as the owner.
    7 answers · 2 days 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.
    9 answers · 3 days 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 · 1 week 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 · 5 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 · 6 days ago
  • Is a 2016 Kia soul a good car?

    https://www.autowestplainwell.com/2016_Kia_Soul_Plainwell_MI_18523581.veh It's got 70,000 miles, which is know is high for the year but I don't drive a lot. I've owned my current car for six years now and have put about 10,000 miles on it. My concern is driving it in the snow. Reviews of it are very... show more
    https://www.autowestplainwell.com/2016_K... It's got 70,000 miles, which is know is high for the year but I don't drive a lot. I've owned my current car for six years now and have put about 10,000 miles on it. My concern is driving it in the snow. Reviews of it are very positive but not many address winter driving.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • I am not sure which type of car I want to buy and wanted advice. Right now, I am thinking about a crosstrek Subaru or a Nissan Rogue.?

    Best answer: I assisted a good friend with an automotive search strikingly similar to your wants and desires. He wanted to find a new small to mid-sized SUV or crossover. We researched and test drove the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, Nissan Rogue, Hyundai Tucson, and Subaru Crosstrek, all 2018 year models. Unfortunately, and... show more
    Best answer: I assisted a good friend with an automotive search strikingly similar to your wants and desires. He wanted to find a new small to mid-sized SUV or crossover.

    We researched and test drove the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, Nissan Rogue, Hyundai Tucson, and Subaru Crosstrek, all 2018 year models.

    Unfortunately, and surprisingly, the Rogue was the least or our favorites. The CR-V and RAV4 were nice but still felt a bit cheap and had poor interior design layouts.

    Even more surprisingly the Hyundai Tucson was extremely impressive. However, for overall quality and workmanship, features, equipment, and design the Crosstrek was the winner hands down. He has had the Subaru for a couple of months now and could not be more pleased. Highly recommended.
    6 answers · 3 days ago