In this scenario "the trade in value" itself will pay off your outstanding debt of $5000, regardless of the "dealer incentive". The column should look like this:
Price, 20,000.00 New car Less 2,000.00 Discount Less 5,000.00 Dlr. Inctv. Less 5,000.00 Trade Value add 5,000.00 Money Owed add Aplicable Tax
Hope it is not too late :)
yes you can trade it in. But if you owe more than what the dealer is going to give you for the car the remaining balance will be added to your new loan
It is still under warranty. Take it back to the dealer for repair.It is still under warranty. Take it back to the dealer for repair.
"This would depend on where your local dealer is. If your local dealer is still in business, then I would say it is a safe assumption that there are motor cars still available there. If they have gone out of business, then it would be safe to assume that no motor cars are available there."
You will have to prove to the dealer that you are waiting to get the money. Show the dealer your loan approval documents.
They are still charging you because they are waiting for you to bring it to their attention. This is the same reason why life insurance companies do not try to find out if an insured has died. There is no incentive to take the initiative. The incentive is to continue to charge and not to pay unless it becomes unavoidable.
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There are still MIA's.
Paul McCartney still tours widely around the world. Ringo Starr still plays from time to tie, but he does not tour regularly. These are the only remaining living Beatles.
Start by calling the dealer and the DMV.
If you signed a contract it is yours. You cannot back out unless the dealer agrees.
Because it doesn't offer them any incentive to change their mind.