Good point, sizzle.Not to be an azz, but you already have a thread basically asking the same thing.
Instead of asking us, go ask a dealer. That would solve your problem right there. He/She can run your credit report, ask if you're trading in, etc etc.Hi my "dream" car is the new Audi S5 and I was just wondering how much you guys get paid to be able to afford the S5, I am hoping to put this car from my dreams to my garage lol.
How much do you guys pay a month for the car + insurance.
I agree with everything but the buy part...not if its an RS6 in 2004 when it was still worth a lot...lost a ton on the car by buying it...out $12K I put down and another $8K to 10K on trade now assuming i get the trade i have been working on which is looking doubtful...had i leased it for 3 years i would be handing it back now with another $15K in my pocket. Ooops. Worried about the S5 getting quickly upside down as well as price is rather high for it.There was a great response to a question like this on the Aston Martin Owners Club forum. An accountant said he advises his clients that the maximum value of a car should not exceed 6 months net income and less than three months income is desirable. He also says you should buy the car unless you can deduct more than 50% of the lease cost.