If you are buying a vehicle from a private seller, you might be more likely to get the price you want if you bring cash to close the deal. However, if you are getting a car from a dealership, cash isn’t always king.
Ladies and gentlemen, I come to you today with an important news bulletin: there are still human beings, walking among us, who pay for things with cash.
You have worked hard to save the $20,000 you need to purchase the car of your dreams. You’re ready to step into the dealership, walk straight to the manager in the back, plunk down those greenbacks, and say, “I have cash! Give me your best price!”
Because spinners are passé and everyone's got a DVD player in their car, overpaid celebrities have now turned to the easiest way to demonstrate their financial prowess: cars full of cash. Here's 50 Cent loading thousands into a Murcielago.
December's sharp sales decline is pushing Toyota to offer cash incentives for the first time on the Prius hybrid. Toyota will also drop cash on top of the Corolla and Camry.
After a massive 39.5% drop in full-size truck sales last month, the General has decided to follow Ford by upping the incentives on the off-roadin' people-haulers. But not only are they dropping more dollars on the hood of the basic one-powertrain models, they're dropping the same levels of cash on the new two-mode…