Nice job. Assuming you keep it for a while and don't care much about depreciation, you did well. If you want to get technical though, you bought a used one in which case 17,9 is probably high for a used srt-4. But hey, I would have done it if I was going to keep it for a while. You must be the only srt-4 owner who got Saturn rebates.Undertaker said:I got my SRT-4 new for $17,900. I got lucky. A guy won the car through a "Footlocker Back to School Sweepstakes". He was 50 something and had no use for the car. I rode up, he picked it up from the dealer, I gave him a check for the amount and drove it home. What a long day. Had to drive from Milwaukee all the way down to Chicago to sell my Civic SI. Then I had to drive all the way up to Green Bay to pick up the SRT-4. I guess you can consider it used since I bought it from him, so I am the second owner.
Mine was 3k in rebates, 1.5k in "flex cash" and 500 off MSRP just cause I didn't like the spoiler. I don't know about the 05s. I don't think you will get as good a deal on an 05 for obvious reasons.beiyiyang said:
If you can afford then why not?xtremelumina92 said:the aveos trans mount broke at 75mph on the freeway, not like i was shifting it at 6000rpms either i was crusing. The engine fell to the drivers side and took out the half shaft and almost killed me, (almost flipped) i hate the car with a passion. Yeah i can afford it just fine. I made a deal with my parents, they pay for the car for one year ($225 worth of $345) and i pay the rest. When i graduate from Eastern Mich U in a year i take over the payments, I think this will work out well. As of now i pay my own apartment rent $1000 month, and all my utilities, water, gas, electric, high speed internet etc. So this will be no problem.
What ever you all do remember this. FRIENDS DON'T LET FRIENDS DRIVE AVEOS! Later Jay