I just started workin, im only 19, an I really want a range rover but I don't have any credit... so what should I do

Asked by Feb 12, 2015 at 08:53 AM

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You have a couple options. 1) get a co-signer, but only do that if you can afford the payments and insurance, maintenance, registration..don't want to sound like a downer but that's the real world 2) save and wait

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Range Rovers can be repair and maintenance nightmares. Be sure you are up to the challenge and you have money in the bank before buying a used Range Rover.

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Many smaller used car lots do buy here/pay here. This is an excellent way for a young person, like yourself, to begin to establish a good credit rating. But be sure to do your homework on anything you're interested in. Absolutely run a vehicle history report such as Carfax. Accidents, multiple owners, and lack of service are all red flags. Have the vehicle checked out carefully by a mechanic, your parents, or a trusted (older, experienced) friend. Good deals can be found at these places but junkers can be found there as well. You may consider having the vehicle professionally inspected by a company that inspects vehicles for potential buyers like yourself. The service costs around $150. I've used lemonsquad.com. They'll go over the vehicle very carefully and report to you any problems or potential problems so you can make an informed decision and get a good vehicle. Good luck with your shopping. HTH. -Jim

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