as the title says, i traded in my SER today and picked up a 2013 Wicked White EVO X GSR. It was hard seeing the SER go, but once i picked up the new ride, it wasnt so bad. snapped a few with the phone..
AEM CAI / Aerospeed XCS / NWP Spacers / Custom Y-Pipe / Raactive CF Exhaust + 3 inch piping / 2*Timing Advance / S5 Grill / M3 Roof Spoiler / 6000k Low / 6000k Fog / Oznium Angel Eyes / Tein S-Tech / Racingline FSTB / Nismo-Rays A34 / 235/35/19 Dunlop SP Sport MAXX / RTP Rotors / PBR Pads / SS lines / Redline Tuning Quicklift / LED Lighting 2006 SER - SOLD
2013 EVO X GSR
So mad at you man but great pickup. Why only let the ser go for 4k?
it was part of the deal we worked out with the manager. my credit was so bad or basically non existent (3 credit scores, i had 300ish, 0, 0) so my original APR was over 22%. that was too much. we knew the manager of the whole dealership, so he talked to his finance guy, and i ended up giving him $250 on the side, n he worked out my APR to 6.2% which saved me a few grand over the long run. and the kick back to the manager is basically making money on selling my car cuz he gave me so little money for it. trust me, i wasnt happy at all about letting my car go at that price, esp with not being able to take shit off like my rims.. but i dont think i could have got the rate at any other dealership, so i took the loss n got the car. i figure over the life of the terms, i would make back a few grand so it wasnt TOO bad, but still shitty. plus it would allow me to build my credit back up by making payments on the car. ill prob try to refinance after a yr or so and see what happens.
Damn! Congratulations dude, great come up. Sad to hear you only gotten 4k for the SE-R though, hopefully you took off those A34's before you sold them Alti then(whoops never mind i re read the last post)
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