Wow, they couldn’t do an even $27,800. Trying to squeeze every dollar out of people. Jeez. Yeah, I’m tired. I was also buying classic cars and building lowriders in between having Honda’s, Toyota’s and a truck. I don’t want to think about how much money I’ve lost selling cars less than what I paid. But then I guess it’s not too much of a loss when you had fun, right? I’m trying to focus on other things financially, like buying properties, instead of continuing to take losses on cars. That will take some time. But continuing to buy cars will definitely slow the process. That’s why I plan on keeping this car for a long time. Like 20 years or more if possible. With that being the case, I figure I might as well get what I want. I’m gonna miss the gas mileage on the 1.5 but the Lexus is what I really want. The dealership said the car will be here between now and the 22nd. I haven’t signed anything yet. I want to inspect the car and take it for a long test drive before I do any of that. Yeah, it’s nice. It’s basically fully loaded and has all but a couple of minor options. If I get the car I’ll post a list of the options. Don’t wanna get too excited, if ya know what I mean.$29,400 trade value for the 2020 Sport is amazing. I paid $27,889 for the new 2021 Sport SE last March.
But don't you get tired of paying for cars? Must be a nice Lexus.