View Full Version : Buying new from QVM dealer or dropping off a car to be stretched

December 9th, 2002, 10:49 AM
What is the most common:
1) Buying a completed stretch from a QVM, or
2) Buy the vehicle yourself and pay to have it stretched.

It seems from a time commitment option #1 is easiest. Go look at inventory and sign the deal. Also, for someone looking at doing 75%-100% financing option #1 seems to be the way to keep it the simplest. I imagine this is the way most people make their purchases.

For those who utilize option #2 I would like to hear what the advantages are (besides a possible duck on the luxury or gas-guzzler tax). Any cost savings since the QVM doesn't have to carry interest on the car? How do you handle the financing: Two loans (car + stretch costs)? Pay cash? Take out an interim loan or line of credit to buy the car, go get it stretched and then restructure the loan after the car is complete? Other?

December 9th, 2002, 12:24 PM
I want to thank everybody for all there help and information please keep the information coming anything that you can provide to me that will help me to get off to a great start would greatly appericated

Paul Woods