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Hello Fella Fools.....

It was very nice of you guys for giving me such a valuable insight and suggestions. I never thought I was driving such a costly car (till now).

I am seriously considering the option of trading down now for a more cheaper car (may be a corrola-95).

But I have a new problem here...

The amount I owe to them now is $16,800 exactly. I already paid $2400.00 and around $1000.00 went towards my principle (16,800 is after this). If I trade in for a cheaper car, wont I be losing all this money I already paid? How does this thing works? I took 100,000 mile coverage and I think it wont be transferable to any other car (warrenty after 36K miles). I dont want to go to the dealer with a blank face and accept what ever option he come up with. I have a broken windshiled (I donno who broke it -so no payback from that person) and this will affect my trade down.

Guys u been very helpful and I need you one more time. I really really would appreciate your insight in this matter.

Lov U all...
perla.
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