I need help in buying a scion frs !?

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Old 11 Aug 2013, 10:09 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default I need help in buying a scion frs !?

i want to buy a scion frs new 2013 ! i want to put a 10K down payment even though the car is 25K so i was wondering how much would i have to be paying a month to get this fully payed for im most likely going to have the car for about 6 years or longer for sure so whats a deal i can make to pay very little a month ? and what do u think about the scion frs ? i like it for me vause its not very expensive it looks very nice and it has excelent mpg also since scion is kinds in a relation with toyota i think its a reliable brand for 6 yeras ? what do u guys thing about this any other car options ? im a guy looking for a sports car under 25K or 25K with the best mpg a sports car can get so thats why i think the scion is for me thanks in advance to everyone who helps
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Old 11 Aug 2013, 10:25 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Scion is owned by toyota, toyota and subaru got together and produced 3 different but similar cars...The Scion FRS...Subaru BRZ...and the Toyota GT86. They all have the same h4 engine just like the Subaru WRX, but the FRS and others are non-turbo. The gas mileage is pretty good, but the power is terrible and the interior is extremely cheap. The car was mainly created with modifiers in mind, make everything cheap for people that wanted to rip everything out and completely customize the car. As far as payments go it completely depends on your credit score and the length of the loan. If ur score is good then you'll have a low interest rate. Then you could probably put less down and still have a low payment. I personally have a 2011 genesis coupe and i love it, the 2.0 has more power then the FRS and gets just as good gas mileage (as long as you keep your foot out of it...which is hard to do) but its all on what you like.
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Old 11 Aug 2013, 10:39 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Click on "finance calculator"

Enter in $10,000 as the downpayment.

Enter in the number of months you want to pay it off in. 60 months for 5 years is the average.

Enter in the estimated interest rate. For someone with little credit history making their first large purchase, put down 4%.

And then hit "calculate". It will tell you your monthly payments.
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