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Your Questions About Bmw Suv For Sale
Math Problems!! Please HELP?
Please show me how to do it if you know . Thank You very MUCH
1. How long will Lucy have to wait before her $2,500 invested at 6% earns $600 in simple interest?
2. What is 35% of a number if 12 is 15% of a number?
3. A computer is on sale for $1600, which is a 20% discount off the regular price. What is the regular price?
4. A car dealer sells a SUV for $39,000, which represents a 25% markup over the dealer’s cost. What was the cost of the SUV to the dealer?
5. After having to pay increased income taxes this year, Edmond has to sell his BMW. Edmond bought the car for $49,000, but he sold it for a 20% loss. What did Edmond sell the car for?
6. At a company fish fry, ½ in attendance are employees. Employees’ spouses are 1/3 of the attendance. What is the percentage of the people in attendance who are not employees or employee spouses?
12/n=15/100 1200/15=80 35/100=x/80 2800/100=28
1/2=3/6 1/3=2/6 3/6+2/6=5/6 only 1/6 left
now you have got the answers pls learn to do them on your own
What’s the best deal on a used car for $9000?
I have a 2001 Jeep Grand (Limited) w. 78,500 miles up for sale. I expect to get around $9000 for the car.
My question is…what should I get with the cash? I’m so torn! I wonder if I should finance a new car (like the Ford Fusion for 0.0% APR), or should I buy something used? I am SO attracted to the ’00 – ’04 BMW‘s…some of them have 70,000+ miles on them…but damn they are hot, and I’d have a huge chunk of the down paymen, since some of them go for around 14 or 15K on eBay! Gas mileage is important to me, so no SUV…but damn, I love those hot luxery cars! What’s my best option? Any suggestions??? I also don’t want to get stuck with a lemon. The last thing I need is to inherit someone’s piece of trash nightmare!
Your concept of what you want is so broad it is virtually impossible to point you in the right direction. Here are some basics: 1) Used is always less expensive to own than new for a 3-5 year period 2) luxury and economy are usually mutually exclusive conditions
You need to kick back, relax and spend an hour or so reading something like Consumer Reports 2008 annual automotive issue. It covers both new and used and provides a ton of info on price, economy, reliability, and safety. Use this to narrow your choice to 4-5 vehicles.
Next use edmunds.com “cost of ownership” model to analyze each of your choices. This give you a comprehensive look at depreciation, insurance, fuel, etc. By year for a 5 year period.
Now you have a basis to make a good decision. Is luxury worth the total additional cost? Does a new car turn you on enough to justify buying new versus used? Will the insurance cost on a sporty vehicle make it too expensive? You are the only one that can make those value judgements.
Good luck and happy shopping.
Did I do something wrong here????
If you read my other question, you already know I am SUV shopping. I have my list down to 4. Chrysler Aspen, Chrysler Pacifica, Lexus GX, BMW X5. And I have a pretty good idea which one I want. What do you guys think? Anyway, I went to a dealership out of town to look for one and asked for a quote. The salesman left and as I was walking around the showroom I overheard what turned out to be the sales manager saying he wasn’t in the business of writing quotes. He was in the business of selling cars. She should come back when she’s ready to buy the GD car. ?????? If he only knew what he just did. She is going to buy the car. She is also toying with the idea of buying a present for herself. She also has a daughter getting a car for her birthday. She has a son who will need a car next year. That is at least 4 sales lost. I’m sorry, is it out of the question to expect a quote? I’m not buying socks here, I’m buying a 40-50k car!!! I want to shop around. At least I never have to see him again!
I didn’t bother to wait for the salesman. He came out of the office and looked at me as I was shaking my head and walked out the door.
I used to sell cars, and the sad fact is, when someone walks off the lot without buying a car right there, statistically, the odds that they will return are 1 in 9.
So with that said, there are 2 reasons why he wouldn’t write you a quote. 1 – odds are he’ll never see you again anyway. And 2 – If you walk in to any other dealership with his best price in hand and ask for someone to beat it – guaranteed, everyone will beat it if that is all they have to do to sell a car.
When looking to get the best price on a car, the worst thing you can do is ask for a quote so you can shop. You either won’t get one OR you’ll get what is called a “rocket ship” (which is a fake, ridiculousely low quote that no-one can do). With the “rocket ship” they figure at least you will come back to the dealer when no-one can match their price and they get one more chance at you. Of course, chances are you’ll be so angry that they won’t honor the price for whatever reason, you’ll walk out the door while cussing them, BUT every so often by that time you are so tired of visiting dealerships and getting the run around, you might just buy the car there anyway to get it over with. Don’t laugh, it happens all the time.
What you need to do is negotiate his absolute best possible price AS IF you are willing to buy right then and there. I know it seems dishonest, but it is the only way to get the best price to use as a quote.
10 PTS 2 Best answer!!! Why Does my girlfriend Criticize my spending? I dont criticize hers?
The other day my girlfriend and I were at a Ralph Lauren store, and they had some purses on sale, both of them were marked down, but still cost about 300$ Each. She brought 2 of them. I didn’t criticize her . Even though I wanted to. I feel she is an adult and knows her finances. The day after, We were at a Jewelry store, and they had a Watch that I really liked, it was only 159$. I told her I was thinking about getting it. And her response was ” How many watches do you have already” I said 4 or 5 total. She goes ” Can your really afford to buy that?” I told her I wasn’t going to answer that question because it was a stupid question. She asked me why was it stupid . I said, ” Do you really think If i Couldn’t afford to buy it I would be interested in buying it, I was so frustrated I told her lets just leave. Why does she think it’s her business to question me about things like this? When I brought her a 500$ Sound system for Christmas, she didn’t ask me if I could afford this? We’ve been dating for almost 4 years, both of us have decent jobs and houses. After we left the jewelry store she was acting like nothing was wrong, she didn’t even care about the fact that i was really excited about that watch. Yet on the way home from the jewelry store, she was talking about me trading my BMW in for a Tahoe, Because she’ really loves Tahoe SUVs? How does this make any sense? Do men need approval from women when it comes to buying things? She doesn’t seek my approval whens he makes purchases?
Well one thing you need to realize is the majority of women are Control freaks. It might of had nothing to do with you buying the watch it might of had something to do with you not getting something she wanted you to get ( i hope that makes sense) she most likely just wanted to be the one who picked it out or something stupid like that. WOW 600$$ for purses?? GAW!! You are a grown man but if you two are living together and splitting the bills n a weird twisted way it is kinda her Business to make sure you can make your part of the bills. But on the other hand if you have never gave her a reason to doubt you on that then its not her Business…….. I see both sides to it but bottom line is Is this something your gunna leave her over?? If you two have been together for 4 years and your biggest problem is her being concerned about ur $$ then you two are doing something right. Just talk to her about it, if she didn’t act like she knew you where mad she probably doesn’t see what she did as offensive. I dunno i hope it all works out for u and i hope this made sense (it did in my head lol)
BIG THREE VS FOREIGN— What do you think of this?
For everyone who doesn’t like American auto companies (the big three).
This was an email that was going around years ago but a friend just sent this to me again this morning.
How does this sit with you?
Ford and GM’s contributions to the relief and recovery efforts in
New York and Washington.
The findings are as follows…..
1. Ford- $10 million to American Red Cross matching employee contributions of the same number plus 10 Excursions to NY Fire Dept. The company also offered ER response team services and office space to displaced government employees.
2. GM- $10 million to American Red Cross matching employee
contributions of the same number and a fleet of vans, suv‘s, and
3. Daimler Chrysler- $10 million to support of the children and victims of the Sept.11 attack.
4. Harley Davidson motorcycles- $1 million and 30 new motorcycles to the New York Police Dept.
5. Volkswagen-Employees and management created a Sept 11
Foundation, funded initial with $2 million, for the assistance of the
children and victims of the WTC.
6. Hyundai- $300,000 to the American Red Cross.
9. Daewoo- Nothing.
11. Honda- Nothing despite boasting of second best sales month ever in August 2001
12. Isuzu- Nothing.
15. Pors che-Nothing. Press release with condolences via the porsche website.
16. Subaru- Nothing.
17. Suzuki- Nothing.
18. Toyota-Nothing despite claims of high sales in July and August 2001.
Condolences posted on the website
Whenever the time may be for you to purchase or lease a new vehicle, keep this information in mind. You might want to give more
consideration to a car manufactured by an American-owned and / or American based company. Apart from Hyundai and Volkswagen, the foreign car companies contributed nothing at all to the citizens of the United States …
It’s OK for these companies to take money out of this country, but it is apparently not acceptable to return some in a time of crisis. I believe we should not forget things like this. Say thank you in a way
that gets their attention..
OFAMA: You think how they didn’t help is great?
SOUTHERN BELL: This was right after 9/11. Everybody came running to help our country but them. What does that tell you? Do they really care about or support the United States?
SOUTHERN BELLE: The big three have employeed 3 million people plus. Think of that as 3 million people that you didn’t have to pay for on welfare or with food stamps.
helping during 9/11- a bad business decision? wow…
Banning together to help this country during a terrible time in our history shouldn’t be though of as PR work. I am sure all or most of you donated something after 9/11, did you do it so you could get accolades? Or did you donate because you felt the strongest sense of patriotism?
TRACE: I seen a bumper sticker on a Taurus yesterday that said “retired from Fords, still drive one and always will”.
The very last nickle of profit from american cars comes back here, the very last nickle of profit from foreign cars go back to the foreign country.
Thanks for the info, logan. It’s nice to hear some good news about american companies for a change. I was not aware of how much the big 3 had done to help in those days after 9/11. I was also not aware of how little, or should i say nothing, the u.s. Based foreign auto companies had done. My husband works for a local ford dealership. He, myself, and my daughter all drive fords. Always have. Always will.
What do you think of these gifts given by the American Auto Makers?
Ford, GM & Chrysler —-
INTERESTING….maybe the country should consider bailing them out to some
Nothing needs to be said.. Ford, Chrysler and GM’s contributions after 9/11
An interesting commentary…You might find this of interest:
‘CNN Headline News did a short news listing regarding Ford and GM’s
contributions to the relief and recovery efforts in New York and Washington
The findings are as follows…..
1. Ford- $10 million to American Red Cross matching employee contributions
of the same number plus 10 Excursions to NY Fire Dept. The company also
offered ER response team services and office space to displaced government
2.. GM- $10 million to American Red Cross matching employee contributions of
the same number and a fleet of Vans, SUV‘s, and Trucks.
3. Daimler Chrysler-$10 million to support of the children and victims of
the Sept. 11 attack.
4. Harley Davidson motorcycles- $1 million and 30 new motorcycles to the
New York Police Dept..
5. Volkswagen-Employees and management created a Sept 11 Foundation, funded
initial with $2 million, for the assistance of the children and victims of
6. Hyundai- $300,000 to the American Red Cross.
7. Audi- see VW
8. BMW – Nothing.
9. Daewoo – Nothing.
10. Fiat – Nothing.
11. Honda – Nothing despite boasting of second best sales month ever in
12. Isuzu – Nothing.
13. Mitsubishi – Nothing.
14. Nissan – Nothing.
15. Porsche – Nothing. Press release with condolences via the Porsche web
16. Subaru – Nothing.
17. Suzuki – Nothing.
18. Toyota – Nothing despite claims of high sales in July and August 2001.
Condolences posted on the web site .
Whenever the time may be for you to purchase or lease a new vehicle, keep
this information in mind. You might want to give more consideration to a car
manufactured by an American-owned and / or American based company. Apart
from Hyundai and Volkswagen, the foreign car companies contributed nothing
at all to the citizens of the United States … It’s OK for these companies
to take money out of this country, but it is apparently not acceptable to
return some in a time of crisis. I believe we should not forget things like
this. Say thank you in a way that gets their attention…
Thanks for posting that. I’m a union Ironworker and only buy American (chevy) If you pulled up on a job site in a rice burner it would get trashed.
Should Mercedes-Benz eliminate the C-class, and GLK-class vehicles from their model lineup?
i mean this company has a long history of producing exclusive luxury saloons for the wealthy and financially well-off, as well as a long admirable racing heritage. to this day they produce cars which compete against bentley, ferrari, lamborghini, maserati and the like and those models remain very exclusive, yet the c-class which was introduced about 20 years ago to compete in the sporty near-luxury category dominated by the bmw 3-series made the mercedes mark more attainable to the average joe, thus lowering the prestige of the mercedes brand in general. i think it’s appropriate for bmw to have cars in this segment since bmw has a history of making small, sporty upscale-but-not-quite-luxo cars, but should mercedes-benz eliminate the c-class or even the c-class derivative glk suv from their lineup in order to restore their currently diminished brand image in america?
jaguar tried a similar tactic to increase sales by introducing the x-type to the u.s. market to compete in the sporty near-luxury category, but has since eliminated it from their model lineup and just focus on certain models to maintain their exclusivity and brand image. should mercedes follow jaguar’s example?
for the record, i think the near-luxury segment is an important segment and works great for bmw and audi, as well as for vw, infiniti and lexus to compete in, especially to attract younger sports-oriented buyers, however for a brand like mercedes which is all about big expensive luxury cars and exclusive sports cars/ roadsters it’s just not fitting for their brand image.
It may sound like that’s the best thing to do, but those entry-level cars make up the majority of Mercedes’ sales. I hate it when prestigious brands move down-market, but there’s a lot of money to be made in that segment.
BMW: 1-series, 3-series, X1, X3.
Audi: A3, A4, Q3, Q5.
Lexus: CTh, IS, RX.
Mercedes isn’t going to let this segment go unfilled. That’s why they have the C-class, GLK-class, and have plans to introduce the B-class to North America next year. And just because someone buys a C–class doesn’t always mean they couldn’t afford an S-class. Some people want a nice car but don’t have the need for something as large as the E-class or S-class.
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