Mind_Fields60 karma2020-01-18 23:51:04 UTC
I have a question along the same vein. When I was in my late teens/early twenties I worked for a dealership. The dealership I worked at sold new cars, but also had a used car section as well. The type of ads the dealership would run on TV, and the outward appearance of the building itself felt tailored to a low-income customer. This brought with it a lot of low-credit (re: not approved).
Do you find in your experience at a higher-end company that the main reason for not reaching a deal is because of customers with low credit trying to punch above their weight (like in my experience), or is it more to do with the terms of the deal/specific vehicle they want? Thanks.
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Mind_Fields6 karma2020-01-02 07:09:02 UTC
Chicken chicken chicken, what combo you pickin'?
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