: financing



thoed.essay
05-12-13, 08:00 AM
Hey guys heading out work and just wanted to get thoughts on finacing a esv or even a stander esky BUT.....with..100k+ miles I find most esky in my price range 25000 wi
th 100to120k mies possible to finance with 3000 down? Or should o shoot for the gmc with less miles?

wesyder
05-12-13, 02:20 PM
Hey guys heading out work and just wanted to get thoughts on finacing a esv or even a stander esky BUT.....with..100k+ miles I find most esky in my price range 25000 wi
th 100to120k mies possible to finance with 3000 down? Or should o shoot for the gmc with less miles?

I believe the down payment leans more toward your credit score, if im understanding this correctly

thoed.essay
05-12-13, 06:12 PM
My credit is pretty solid plus I bank with my local credit union which is where ill be getting the loan from. Anyone think ill have any kind of trouble because the miles?

wesyder
05-12-13, 07:24 PM
My credit is pretty solid plus I bank with my local credit union which is where ill be getting the loan from. Anyone think ill have any kind of trouble because the miles?

I dont think so, im picking up an 08 esv with 110k this week with a loan thru my credit union

thoed.essay
05-12-13, 09:23 PM
Great just the answer I was hoping for thanks!

blackex
05-13-13, 08:02 AM
I got my loan through a local credit union and my 07 has 120,000 miles and they didn't see any issues in it.

Whiterob
05-15-13, 11:53 AM
I just picked up an 07 with 150k, loan through credit union.. Only issue was, with that high of miles, they would only do a 4 year term. But I have just above average credit, so you should be a-ok

sclayton
05-15-13, 12:58 PM
I just bought a '07 ESV with 95k miles and had no problem financing it through a credit union.