Do you plan on buying a new car within the next 12 months?
Apparently I was supposed to get one for graduation... guess I’m stuck with my ‘95 Avalon a little while longer
Don’t plan to. Even if I had to buy a newer car, the dealer/seller would laugh at my credit. I’ve been paying for everything out of pocket for the last 6 years. Had good credit until then. Now have ok credit with no real proof of income.
No. I dn’t plan on buying any car even in the next 12 decades. Not that I’ll be alive then.
No. I just bought one 2 weeks ago.
No, but I AM interested in seeing what’s gonna be happening with Jeep’s iconic Wrangler. The last JK reportedly left the assembly line at the end of April, and the plant in Toledo is supposedly retooling to produce the new Wrangler JL, and Jeep Wrangler trucks!
Nah, can still get another 5-10 years out of my car easily.
HA, my money funny.
I’m going to keep my paid off car until the wheels fall off and then probably just buy new wheels;)
“wealthy people have assets, poor people just consume” —- written by someone somewhere
My current car has 172,600 miles and is 14 years old. Gotta buy a new one soon.
New to me car, yes
If the new nissan frontiers come out I will wait another year and get a used one.
A motorcycle but not a car
New to me yes. If the poll is asking brand new then no
No, I bought one less than a year ago.
Probably, though it depends on what kind of year we have.
I’m good for about 15 years before I’m in the market again. I drive a 5 year old Japanese vehicle.
Bought my truck a year and a half ago. It’s got time. In the middle of buying a boat though
And I never buy new. Best way to throw money away. Gently used.
We bought 2 new Mini Coopers in 2017
We’re good for a few years ... 😁
If your lucky
Love my Mini! Sadly my lease is up so turning it in this week.
Once they go bad they go really bad fast
I have many friends that have had MINI's fir at least 5 or 6 years and they dont have problems
I understand the early ones were problematic
Maybe that’s what it is
Just bought one in Feb.
Mrs. Shadow will be getting a new SUV for xmas this year.
I just gotta figure out where to buy those big fucking bows.
My Mom will be receiving my Wife’s 2008 sedan with 50k miles on it for her xmas gift.
Then I can claim Baller status and say I gave two ppl cars the same year.
Love it! And love to hear about Mrs Shadow. 😊
PS — no clue where to get those bows. 😕
The dealership lent me one of those Big Bows for my wife's Mini
I just returned it the next day ...😁
Renting the bow may not be a great idea.
Im planning on banging one out on the hood of that vehicle after giving it to her.
I may not get the deposit back 🤣🤣🤣
Y’all gonna have to climb up on that SUV. Now, there’s a picture, with the big bow and all. 😆
They Lent it to me...no money
No way. I’ve become a regular Lyfter, though. Love not having to worry about gas, insurance, parking, etc.
I think you mentioned it in a comment in another poll, but I don’t remember. Not asking specifically, but generally, in what area of the country do you live? Big city, small town?
My lease is up next summer. I really like leasing cars and I don’t mind the car payment because I like having a new car every three years.
Who buys New cars? Not people on budgets that's for sure. I'll be buying used, without too many miles or problems, but yeah, new to me I guess.
Entrepreneurs and businesses. You can’t depreciate a used car like you can a new one for income tax purposes.
I do, actually.
Well... not "new" but newer.
My lease is up within the year. I’ll be leasing another one, might just buy it, not sure.
You’re throwing your money away if you lease. You have nothing to show for it at the end of the lease.
I have a business degree, am well read, and know what I’m doing. It’s my money, so nothing about which you should worry. But, thanks for the info and your concern. 😊
I love leasing! It works for me.
I plan on leaving in retirement. A new different car every couple years, no worry about maintenance, and will be happy to spend my play money that way
Katerina, I have a psych degree vs. your business degree. Ask yourself why you overreacted to my comment and you’re so defensive.
If you think I was defensive and overreacted, you should question your psych degree and your perception of things. I’m not sure why you felt the need to comment on what I do with my money, since it doesn’t concern you. I don’t really care what you think and didn’t ask for your help or opinion on my financial decisions. Carry on! 😊
No, all the new cars I like are north of 50k so I'm thinking about something coming off lease.
Just bought one in October.
Anyone who buys a 2019 car is an idiot. Buy a two year old car if you want a new one so bad. Use that incredible amount of money you saved to help pay off a kids student loans or something. Just don't buy a new car folks. It's a used car the moment you drive it off the lot.
Unless you own a business or you’re buying one of the few vehicles that’s cheaper new than <5 years used.
Ill buy a new truck in 2020.
Yeah. My little compact car isn’t going to hold a car seat AND a stroller. I’m thinking SUV.
Me too. In the market for a mid size SUV
Just bought an Equinox, I love it! If it’s as good as my HHR was, I will be ecstatic. When I traded the HHR it had 289,000 miles on it and all I ever had to replace on the car was the alternator.
My husband’s dad used to work for Ford, so I can get a good deal on one. I’m thinking either an Escape or Eco-Sport.
New. Or new to me. I’m not buying a new car till I’ve saved a million dollars.
It’s not in my plans, but I suppose it’s possible.
Actually probably yes. It's planned for next tax return, but if my old F-150 has another year in her, I'll hold off. After 20 good years, she's earned the right to die with her boots on.
Not new, but used.
Not by my choice, but yes.
I’m going to hold off until I can buy a self driving car. Can’t wait!
Haha, I hope one day I can have both an electric self-driving car and a 2005 Lotus Elise with the gas pedal still mechanically coupled lol.
Nope. I may buy A car in a few years. I’m not ready for that level of commitment yet.
Just bought one last month - Tesla model 3!⚡️
Damn I'm jelly
No. 24 months = yes
New cars are used cars in the making
Every car on the road is a used car.
2 months ago I ordered Mrs Squid a Volvo XC40. It may not show up for 2 more months. We do have a VIN...and it’s been loaded on a ship.
Bummer. Usually only takes about 8-10 wks. I bet she’s excited though!
Maybe a used car.
I just bought one 2 months ago.
No way. Mine will finally be paid off in a few months.
Probably yes, but it’s up to my wife. It’s her car that is next up to be replaced.