Rally cars and financial burdens
First off, a 2015 Evo Final Edition. Eight photos only, no wides of the car. Which is worse than what buy here pay here lots do. And only 46k km! But for an Evo, how much could they be asking?
And here I thought Subaru people were the crazy ones.
But for the more fiscally responsible, here's a 2020 WRX STi Sport-Tech with under 37k km. Which is reasonable. Less reasonable is the $51k CAD they're asking. Which seems like a lot, but I guess inflation is the one ruining this. At least there's no hidden fees, right?
I guess it's time for the 'ol Grande Prairie Ford trick and finance $1k of it.
Maybe I should be in the house a few months before I buy a new car.
Dr. Zoidberg last edited by
@CB it's not really hidden, it's right there in writing
Mr.Ontop last edited by Mr.Ontop
@CB Rumor has it that everything is about to change with car pricing in about 6 months. Sit tight if you can.
Mr.Ontop last edited by
@CB I went back and fixed that comment so that it doesn't appear as if I was typing with my elbows
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CarsOfFortLangley last edited by
@CB how come all these cars are (vomits) used??
Saracen last edited by
I still think it’s hilarious that the final Evo X’s don’t even have the Recaros, yet the msrp was the same as previous years.