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Posted: 03/15/20 07:23pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Been looking and was planing on buying a new TC this coming week.

Now I'm thinking on waiting till the Corona Crises has settled down or at least leveled out. Or the dealer may be a little more motivated now......

Thoughts???

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Posted: 03/15/20 07:36pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If I wanted to trade or purchase outright, I would do it. But, that is just me.

Not sure how much more dealer would be motivated right now, but it is what it is.

Good luck with your decision.

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Posted: 03/15/20 07:38pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Now is the selling season. If yo uwant a good deal, wait till fall but then what you want might be gone.


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I’ve been thinking the same about a new truck. My 2002 is getting up in miles. I’m wondering what kind of deals will be out there.


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According to the media, we'll all be infected or dead by Fall.....

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There are far fewer buyers for costly discretionary purchases during economic uncertainty or a downturn. If you’re in a position to go ahead, you may be able to make a better deal.


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I would wait.


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Presumably you have an idea what the model you want should cost.
See if you can get it for less. If you can, decide whether or not to buy it.
If you can't, decide whether or not to buy it.
None of us have a crystal ball to know what it will be worth in a month or a year.


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I would check the interest rate as the fed.just lowered it to about 0 that should make a difference in financing


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Best to buy when the herd is selling and vice versa. I doubt sales of expensive discretionary recreational products are going to fare well in this uncertainty. It’s going to be a buyer’s market for a while.


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