No worries at all. Those same folks who will be completely underwater in their loans can appeal to the masterminds in DC and rally for loan forgiveness. Seems very silly to have taxpayers/responsible adults who make prudent financial choices and live within their means underwrite the foolish choices of those with little insight/self control.Dealers don't care. Some moron will come along and buy it. If the car market ever gets back to normal there's going to be lots of buyers waaaaay upside down on loans.
We just bought a 2023 Surf Blue EX for $22,500 I believe MSRP is in the 24k range. There are some dealers out there that are willing. Don't know what state you are in but if willing to take a trip Horne Kia in AZ is good to deal with.Today was the first day that I went to a dealership. I was looking at two EXs that the dealer had and they were marking them up $4k. Has anyone purchased at or below MSRP on a 2023? I'm not in a hurry for a vehicle so I told the guy I can wait it out.
Did you have to buy anything in addition to the car? I see they have discounted almost all the vehicles on their website (at least 1%).We just bought a 2023 Surf Blue EX for $22,500 I believe MSRP is in the 24k range. There are some dealers out there that are willing. Don't know what state you are in but if willing to take a trip Horne Kia in AZ is good to deal with.
sure hope u don't need to change the oil every 3K miles for that price!Recently, I took a test drive in a really nice 2023 Soul LX, and the sticker price was $33k!!!
I would have liked to drive it home....because it was really a nice car. But the price was just all wrong!
But, if I should win the lottery, I'd have that car, or one like it, in a heartbeat. And, I'd pay off my car and give it to a friend in need.
The dealers are really sockin' it to us on the prices, these days.