Thanks swing drv for your response but you gave me the link to the gm discount,do you or anybody else out there have the link and access code for chrysler discounts. Thanks
I was out car shopping today, and the corp car discount for a 30K Ford was only a little over a grand. We were looking for an Escape Hybrid, but it is a 6 month wait and the discount doesn't apply to certain models, including this one. There are some good financing deals from car dealers trying to clear out 07 models. I don't know if you have to be a current employee to get the Corp Plan.
I would expect to see them offer a discount on Hybrid vehicles, I guess not. There are incentives here if you buy them.
Used 2005 Corvette
I'm not plugging Honda, I drive a Yukon XL, but aren't Hondas made in Ohio? By the way, I get 20 m.p.g. and have all the room our family ever needs with a ride that is incredible. If this is what you need I suggest checking one of these out. I went from a mini van to this in May and could never go back.
Interesting you bought that up. I bought a used '69 Vett back when I was eighteen and I kept it 25 years. The only car I ever sold for a profit, three times what I paid for it. 32 coats pearl white lacquer, L46 350ci/350hp engine, 4-speed Muncie transmission. I miss that car, I had almost bought a "64 Stingray ragtop before it, that was a missed investment!
We are car shopping for my wife. We had a couple of Caravans when the kids were small, then we got her a '04 Trailblazer on a lease, which was a bad mistake. We like it, but we visit the gas pumps way too much. We decided to downsize into something more economical, kids are in college and we want to travel more. Cars are just a "box" to ride around in to me, I don't care about impressing strangers on the road with what I drive these days.
1) 1997 Toyota Corolla 109,000 miles and never had anything done to it except routine mainatnce and a clutch that as just done. Owes me nothing.
2) 2007 Toyota Corolla 19,000 miles and no problems and hopefuly will continue to be a good car
3) 2001 Ford F250. 31,000 miles and has been in and out for repairs more then I care to remember. Nothing is ever covered by waranty and spent close to 3,500k in repairs not including my rental expenses.
when I got Toyota #2, I traded my 1990 Honda Accord with 120,000 miles that never gave me trouble.
keep money in the US......well I will buy Toyotas and Honda and spend my the money that would of gone to repairs to help keep the economy going. Sorry, but I have had several american cars and all gave me trouble. Ford Mustang, chevy Camaro, Buick La sabre, Olds omega to name a few.