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FYI before you comment this is Canaidan forums please remember that so these rates may be different for the U.S

ok here is the deal (i dont know if this applies to western canada) but the Eastern Finance division meaning Ontario and all the Maritime provinces

2004 Model SRT4's
Finance
36 months 0%
48 months 0%
60 months 2.8%
72 months 7.25%

rates for 05 they are the same basically
 
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Almost makes dealing with people like Richard worthwhile....... almost, but not quite :frogtongu

kaminarineon said:
FYI before you comment this is Canaidan forums please remember that so these rates may be different for the U.S

ok here is the deal (i dont know if this applies to western canada) but the Eastern Finance division meaning Ontario and all the Maritime provinces

2004 Model SRT4's
Finance
36 months 0%
48 months 0%
60 months 2.8%
72 months 7.25%

rates for 05 they are the same basically
 

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kaminarineon said:
FYI before you comment this is Canaidan forums please remember that so these rates may be different for the U.S

ok here is the deal (i dont know if this applies to western canada) but the Eastern Finance division meaning Ontario and all the Maritime provinces

2004 Model SRT4's
Finance
36 months 0%
48 months 0%
60 months 2.8%
72 months 7.25%

rates for 05 they are the same basically

Damn, I should had waited... 0% for 48 months. :crying:
I need an partime job so I can buy another one. :lol:
 

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I have a feeling there really isnt much diff in the payments across the options now. That being said, its better to do the lower interest rate if you plan on making payments for the period of the loan, because it will result in lower interest costs.

I usually try to get the longest term I can get, and then pay off the loan sooner. Its nice to have a low payment just incase something comes up.
 

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kaminarineon said:
just because they have them for 0% does not mean it will be beneficial for anyone

0 interest for a shorter term = higher monthly payment unless u have alot of money down
Well, with nothing down, 0% for 4 years is only $44 dollars a month more than the old rate of %5.9 (or was it even %6.9) for 5 years.

And 2.8% over 5 years is nice too. That is about $40 less a month, with nothing down, than at 5.9%. $2400 of interest savings on the term.
 

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kaminarineon said:
FYI before you comment this is Canaidan forums please remember that so these rates may be different for the U.S

ok here is the deal (i dont know if this applies to western canada) but the Eastern Finance division meaning Ontario and all the Maritime provinces

2004 Model SRT4's
Finance
36 months 0%
48 months 0%
60 months 2.8%
72 months 7.25%

rates for 05 they are the same basically
Dodge's site says these rates are good until november. You have any idea if this is a new financing model (i.e. will be around next spring) or if it is just to blow out the remaining 2004's?
 

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Pheare said:
Dodge's site says these rates are good until november. You have any idea if this is a new financing model (i.e. will be around next spring) or if it is just to blow out the remaining 2004's?
dealers need to move all 04's that is why the rates were dropped all practically every single 04

yes and that does include the crossfire they are offering for 0%

and yes this program only runs until Nov 1....unless they decide to extend this....and i dont think the 05's will be given the same rates come spring time
 
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