hi i need to buy a mustang convertible 2015 ecoboost used the price is 22000 but the problem i have a bad credit maybe 500 i have a mustang converible 2014 now i buy it in december 7 month ago the problem i have a cosigner its not in my name just they took money for my account and i never miss any payment i pay 360 every month and i can go until 430 a month for the ecoboost and i dont have down payment i need help if someone teach me what i can do thanks

Asked by Jun 29, 2016 at 03:18 AM about the 2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost Premium Convertible

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250,685

I will tell you that you shouldn't buy another car if you can't even afford the current one. Start making your own payments on your current car and to start clearing your bad credit. Once your credit score is higher are you are financially stable, then and only then should you buy another vehicle.

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I will even go farther. I'm NOT politically correct! don't be a slave to some bank(s) Spend some well used time to review finance, look for a quality used / second hand vehicle, sell your debtors vehicle.. THE BANKS . purchase something you can afford.... When you have the MONEY to buy the vehicle you really want do it. Or be happy your making someone wealthy while you struggle to pay a payment each MONTH, Like most Americans do! Trivia, Right now the "average Americans is 60 days behind in their auto payment".. Wow, LOSING

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50,735

You don't NEED to buy anything, plain and simple to understand.

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