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- Vehicle(s) that interest me
- minivans, hatchbacks wagons, hybrids
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- Vehicle(s) I currently own
- 2009 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT
heh, someone probably checked it out of the garage and held on to it. Good thing I don't have access to the fleet. B)
Buying a VW made anywhere would give me pause but they seem to be getting a bit more reliable. I wouldn't hesitate to buy a 2015 Honda Fit. Hecho en México.
Ah, chat typos. We're all pretty fluent in those nowadays. :) You do have 4 hours to edit your posts here.
@mdxbuyer10, MF stands for Money Factor: Also called a lease factor or even a lease fee, this is the interest rate you are being charged. It is expressed as a multiplier that can be used to calculate your monthly payments. For example, 7.2 percent interest, when expressed as a money factor, is .0030. To convert a money factor to an interest rate, multiply by 2,400. To convert an interest rate to a money factor, divide by 2,400. (Always use 2,400 regardless of the length of the loan.)
Here's one place to start: