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Any idea when will the new promotions/finance offers will be available? My 2021 195s is supposed to arrive to our dealership end of next week.
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Reminder of the Thrust Vector and Lateral Thruster group buy through JetBoatPilot.....you only have Until AUGUST 31st. to get in on this group buy.
With a Maximum discount of 35% this is the sale to get in on!
So if you are looking to improve your steering-either forwards or in reverse.....this sale may be for you!
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Qualified buyers is a bunch of crap as well. Better have 820+ credit, and 40% down.They are doing the no payment for 90days again, and they have 2.99 apr for 60 months available for qualified buyers.
There's a couple different reasons that can happen. If your credit is there and for some reason the bank didn't give you tier A1(780 and up currently) the bank could have called to try and get you a bump to the next tier, if they have a good relationship with the bank. Money down doesn't typically matter unless the bank is requesting it because of debt to income. Of course it puts you in a better equity position but that's a whole nother topic.Qualified buyers is a bunch of crap as well. Better have 820+ credit, and 40% down.
I had 790 credit when I bought, and was told I was only eligible for "second tier" financing. I ended up taking it anyway at 6% for 120mo. With ZERO specials that were advertised.
Well qualified in this case really means "you could probably pay cash if you wanted to but you'll make more money in the stock market with it". If you're making that kind of decision, you probably don't need the special financing anyway. It's sneaking up on bait and switch IMO.