hey kevin i saw your post to val and hope you don't mind the intrude but i had the same problem with the windows. I found that the rainx window treatment works quite well the only down fall is that it has to be applied every couple of weeks. Hope this helps.
O.K. Just wanted to check with you. I hate throwing numbers around, and I'm sure the salesmen don't appreciate it either, as they like to keep each deal private. This at least gives me an idea going in. The RT classic does have a lot going for it, this 2010 is totally loaded which is not something I usually look for when buying a car. If it doesn't work out I'll try and find a 2011 somewhere.
It is ok Tell him that Kevin Grant sent you, not sure of the deal that you may get, Mine may be the best that they would do when all the stars aligned. Don't tell them that I told you the exact price I got, the deal was with Financing it through Scotia. They gave me money back because the papers were signed and I was not sure that I wanted to do the deal and was going to walk, I told them my insurance was going up so I could not do the deal and they came back and offered to pay my insurance increase for the year. Please note that my car was not fully loaded and the Plum Crazy RT looks like it is so I do not think that they will go as low but if they get close to 34K I would think that would be a great deal. My list was 43k and the PCP is 48K.
Go with the RT Classic it is a fun ride, the 6-speed runs on 91oct and has the better exhaust right from the factory 2.5" it will have the 3.92 rear gear
Ryan Latkolik contacted me and was curious as to who recommended him. Just want to make sure it's O.K. Still can't believe the deal you got. Any other details you can give? Was this strictly a cash purchase. Curious why they gave you cash back and not just discount the price.
To tell you the truth I was set to get a base Challenger, now after reading more about the RT it seems the better choice. Just can't see myself driving it in the dead of winter. Thanks again for your help.
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