2005 pontiac Grand Prix no credit
I have no credit but I need a car
NOW. I do have a job and I have
been saving money. The car is
roughly around 6,000 I plan on
putting down at least 1,500. Would
this be enough to get financed? If so
how much interest will I be paying?
Check with your dealer or financial instiution. Every situation is different.
You say you have NO credit- I guess this means none- like zero- anybody that will loan you money on a car with no credit is going to charge an outrageous interest rate and probably be a crook- you will have to build your credit up before you can play this game the right way- do not be impatient- instant gratification is a quick way to get screwed- I have found that there are many great $1500 cars that are cool and reliable if you just shop carefully- and there are no guarantees that a $6000 car is going to be reliable- 'specially from a crook
I paid $1000 for my 2000 grand prix GT, mint condition, garaged its whole life, dealer maintenance and repairs its whole life, remote start, power sunroof, sirius .....I am sure for 1500 you could get a car.
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