People say this but it 100% depends on your APR and your financial discipline. I would gladly take 84 months at like 1.9% or better but the only time I pulled that off was when Ford fucked up and gave me 84 at 0%OMG 84 months!?!?!?! I would say ensure you have the extended warranty to cover it the entire life of the loan.
Just do regular maintenance and just take care of it. Fix things as they happen or appears to happen.
(I'm sorry, I just can't get over taking out a loan for that long)
A quality wax is huge for protecting the clear coat which is what keeps your paint looking good. Over the years, the clear will wear through and peel and your truck will get that frosted look.how important is wax to actually keeping paint from coming off? I could care less if mine looks shiny or clean, but I have noticed my paint chipping on my 7 year old Prius that was only garage kept 6 months or so of its life.
If it is important my kids will be getting a lesson in Miagio-do karate soon.
Don't look into it, do it. Best time to coat the frame is when you get home from taking delivery. Frame will never be cleaner it it only takes a few minuets.Will definitely look into this!
Right? Unfortunately this new stuff is disposable.......I'm 31, I do not expect to have this Jeep the rest of my life. I will enjoy it for as long as I can, or until life changes and something else is needed, and not worry about keeping it perfect for decades. There is no point in having a vehicle this fun if you never use it to have fun.
Low cost debt is your best friend, if you can afford it, which seems counterintuitive but it's not.People say this but it 100% depends on your APR and your financial discipline. I would gladly take 84 months at like 1.9% or better but the only time I pulled that off was when Ford fucked up and gave me 84 at 0%
For OP, I moved to Arizona. Only have to worry about paint and regular maintenance now.