When you have enough money to pay cash is always a good time (of course 0% financing is even better).
Seriously, take a look at a newer used vehicle that has already suffered the "driving off the lot depreciation."
My last car was like that. I bought my 06 Camry back in 06 with some 10k miles on it. I probably should do that again this time. However, I was just wondering how the recent car buying experience is these days. I did see an ad on tv the other day about 0% APR on Toyotas - not sure if they are 09 Toyotas.
I just got a Honda last month and they were running 3.9. Wasn't crazy about that, but we got some decent incentives and were really wanting to pick up some $$$ with a better mileage car (just in time for gas to get slashed).
I've found the fall to be a good time, most of the new years are pretty much filling the lots and dealers are anxious to move last year's models.
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