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Mazda 'Multi-option'

Old 12-11-2003, 02:45 PM
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Mazda 'Multi-option'

I was informed today that my car which was ordered August, is at the dealership!

As I was gearing up my finances for the estimate of Feb/March, which I was given at the time) I wondered if anybody has taken up the 'multi option' scheme.

What sort of figures are we talking and whats your views.
I would like some info before I enter into talks with my dealer.

many thanks,
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Old 12-12-2003, 09:55 AM
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Multi option is a good idea, but doesn't work for everyone.
Its a good way of keeping monthly payments down, and you can easily drive a new car away from a dealership every 3 years.
If you do high mileage it will have an impact on the residual value of the car and the monthly payments will increase.
Its a better way of keeping payments down rather than having a 60 month Hire purchase agreement. My opinion
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