I have a 2011 toyota corolla still financing i wonder if i can trade to any truck

Asked by Jun 14, 2012 at 05:59 PM about the 2011 Toyota Corolla LE

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I'm sure you can, it all depends on what your credit rating is and if you can afford the new payments. Talk to your loan officer. Of course trading in your old car so soon, you will most likely lose a ton of cash and end up financing more than you think. Best of luck!

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I always advise against doing that. Especially on such a new vehicle. Unless your "old" vehicle needs a major repair that isn't under warranty. When you do that you usually end up paying on both vehicles because they add what you owe onto the financing for the new one. So be very careful!! HTH. -Jim

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