The best and cheapest Evoque for me ?
Hello Folks. I'm trying to figure out the best way to finance my vehicle purchase. I would like some advice from the financial experts among you.
I'm eyeing an Evoque. Is it better to go through a finance? I would not like the idea of losing all my cash but I want to know which is the best and so far cheapest route for me. Your advice will be very much appreciated.
05-31-2017 01:36 AM
I found some great deals (and some not so great deals), on certified pre-owned Evoques. Ended up buying a 2016 with 5K mi on it, for almost 25% below sticker.
the certified pre-owned ones come with a 6 year, 100,000 mi warranty, which is better than new, and the particular one I bought had only been in service for only 8 months. So, over a 5+ year warranty.
Plus, there was 0.9% financing, which I grabbed. (why not?).
only downside was that the 0.9% financing was only for 2 years- so my payment is huge, but I'll own the car outright in 2 years. That's still better, financially, than paying all your cash up front.
Certified Pre-Owned Luxury SUVs | Land Rover USA
anyway, that's what I did. I was a far better deal than taking the buyout on my lease.
Thanks for the reply. I have actually found a credit union that can finance a pre-owned Evoques. I have to discuss some matters but because their credit union auto loans seems to be very flexible in terms of payment terms.