- Nov 9, 2012
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Exactly this.That is a CAR payment, now see what a TRUCK payment looks like for a real shock!
It ain't going to get any cheaper when in history has it dropped and stayed? I think they will just change the terms to 10 years or more. A new diesel is already 80k-100k. Even putting 20k down and financing it over 6 or 7 years puts you around that number pending interest rate. Makes used trucks seem more appealing. However it's either new or keep putting money to keep the older one running. Either way it's money going out.
I have an 02 two wheel drive long bed extended cab with 125,000 miles. I’m sure I could get more than I think for it.
I would say most are “business” trucks. Sec 179 helps.Don't forget the registration, insurance and required maintenance (to keep the warranty)
Brand new GMC Denali, 4x4- $95,000 - Thats insane and here is the kicker THEY ARE EVERYWHERE- where the heck do these guys get the bucks for these trucks?
And this is in Boise, Idaho- Not Silicon Valley.
Well your close to $916 a month for a new one with 4 more yrs left on a 5yr loan. Hopefully you don’t have another big maintenance tab the following yr.I never totaled all of the receipts, but I put near 11k in my 2002 Silverado last year resetting everything I didn't stay up on. I have 173k on it and this conversation is exactly why I will drive this thing until I die, or it is unrepairable.
And one day they will figure out the money the government is giving them is a small portion of what the government took from them in the beginning MoronsPeople now feel that the government will take care of them, money isn't hard to get anymore. PPP, Stimulus, unemployment, Gas Stimulus etc.... No prob, the money will be there somehow.