Absolutely. The only issue will be how much equity you have in the car. In other words, if the car is worth $5,000 and you owe $4,000, you have $1,000 in equity. If the car is worth $5,000 and you owe $6,000, you have $1,000 in negative equity. Be sure to verify your pay-off amount before you begin to shop for a new car.
Yes. It is referred to as "upside down" financing.
The different ways of financing the foreign trade include cash in advance, the commercial letter of credit and working capital financing.
car financing is basically when u get 10lac car at 2 lacs thry financial institutions
I recommend you not do this! This cost a lot in extra interest on your financing!In North America this is possible as long as only the financing is upside down. If the car is or has been upside down it is very difficult.The problem is you take on the finance rate.Go to a dealer, tell the truth about what you owe. They will organize up financing that pays off your old car and buys a new car.
If they do not know who the financing is then you havnt signed a finance agreement so in that case you should be able to return the car and get your trade back. sounds like to me they are shooping your loan to different lenders. Just make sure you didnt sign a finance agreement.
There are many car companies currently offering low financing on vans. One can inquire with a local dealership for their financing options. As well one can finance vehicles through many other financial institutions.
Car loan financing tips can be found form most dealers and banks. Generally car financing like any other financing depends largely on credit score and amount of down payment, if any.
A car financing calculator allows you take factors like car price, down payment, trade-in, and loan or lease terms to calculate your monthly payment. They can be a very useful tool when you compare offers from different dealers to determine what is in your best financial interest.
Chrysler does offer financing for new car purchases online. You can get more information on the financing available online at the official Chrysler website.
You were never approved for financing to buy the car thus you do not own the car and the dealer has the right to his property....so yes they can
Why don't you go find your own financing. It is not his responsibility, it is yours. You are the one buying the car.
The balance will be added to the price of the new car