[Ok-sus] How desperate is the auto industry?
buzzardroostranch at gmail.com
Fri Dec 28 12:52:16 CST 2012
Or the lack of future fossil fuels (or high cost) has finally sunk in and
they want to get out of their inventory as soon as possible. What use is a
car if you can't drive it? Those that take this deal could very well end up
having to try for a trade-in to get an electric, more fuel efficient or
solar car. So the future payments are significantly decreased or eliminated
as these gas guzzling cars become dinosaurs (no pun intended).
On Thu, Dec 27, 2012 at 12:16 AM, Robert Waldrop <bwaldrop1952 at att.net>wrote:
> How desperate is the auto industry? I just saw an ad for a local OKC car
> dealership offering NO PAYMENTS FOR TWO YEARS! terms.
> I don't know what's most scary about that.
> (1) The fact that they are loudly offering those terms.
> (2) the behind the scenes detail that somewhere there is someone willing
> to buy that debt, because I doubt seriously that business could sell a new
> car and wait two years to realize any revenue on it.
> How much do you tack onto the price of a new car to make those terms seem
> attractive to a business?
> How desperate do you have to be to offer those terms?
> Doesn't that desperation tell us something?
> Bob Waldrop, OKC
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