Wow!!!! I was going to post almost this exact same paragraph to a different thread. On top of what you stated... I can quote from this forum from different threads (you only live once) (it's last call) (I have to have it now) are shocked almost hornsowgeled that they are 15 k in negative equity after driving it 5 k miles and it's 1.5 years old. I don't feel bad for you, you effed up.Sadly, consumers are the problem. If the general public would stick together on things like this the dealers would soon realize the ignorance of their ways. Problem is, for every 50 that would never go that route there are probably 5 that are willing to. I have a friend that sells new cars and he can't remember the last time anyone younger than 35 has ask anything about the pricing except "can I get it for this much per month". Don't mind the 96 month loan, as long as they can fit it in between the cellphone bill and Starbucks runs, life is good. I hope dealers that are gouging this hard go out of business.
I won't tell any body how to spend their earned money but don't complain When your in the hole after you knew dam well it was bad idea.
You put it right on point I just told a sa and dealer manager to f off for a car I've been after for a long time it's just not worth it,,,well at least to me.
I would never pay more than it's actually worth it gets wrecked , crashed , vandalism, whatever.... your not going to see that money back