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Mike546

What kind of financing on the 2010?

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What kind of financing did you guys get that bought the 2010's already? I see that Yamaha has 0/0/0 but it says for the 09's.

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0/0/0 can be used for the 2010, because That is what I was going to use, prior to backing out due the the price

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12 months same as cash is only for the 09 and previous models. I bought mine 6 months same as cash or you could get 10.99% on a more long term arrangement. If you go long term you'll be paying big bucks for an already expensive bike.

JB

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12 months same as cash is only for the 09 and previous models. I bought mine 6 months same as cash or you could get 10.99% on a more long term arrangement. If you go long term you'll be paying big bucks for an already expensive bike.

JB

That's not what my dealer told me!

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Your dealer is wrong. Read the small print...

JB

On approved Yamaha card purchases of any new 2009 (and prior year) Yamaha YZ450F, YZ250F, WR450F & WR250F made between 9/8/09 and 12/29/09. No Finance Charges and no payments for 12 months.

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It really doesnt matter if you get it financed for 0 down and 0 payments for a year and then 17% interest or put it on one of your creditcards as long as you pay at least a couple hundred extra each payment you can have it paid off in no time.

As myself I usually pay for them by credit card and sell my old bike and use that to pay on the new bike and when my statement for the credit card comes I usually double up on the payment and by 10 months i usually have it paid for.

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6 months is fine, my brother wants my old bike so it might take him a few months to sell his. I would never buy an MX bike unless my intentions were to pay cash. They lose their value real fast. I can use Yamaha 's cash for a few months and leave mine in the bank making .00000054% interest, but I will pay it off before it's due. I wish I could put it on Discover and get the cash-back bonus, that would be $75.

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Wow I think this has changed because I was told two months ago when my 2010 came in i could do the 0-0-0! So I guess there is no offer on the 2010?? I usally sell my old bike and pay the residual with my tax return!

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Wow I think this has changed because I was told two months ago when my 2010 came in i could do the 0-0-0! So I guess there is no offer on the 2010?? I usally sell my old bike and pay the residual with my tax return!

Jefboyd got his with 6 months same as cash. I'll double check in the morning.

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It really doesnt matter if you get it financed for 0 down and 0 payments for a year and then 17% interest or put it on one of your creditcards as long as you pay at least a couple hundred extra each payment you can have it paid off in no time.

Apparently you have more money than the rest of us. I don't really understand how paying the high interest on a credit card is better or the same as 0% through Yamaha :bonk::banghead::bonk::cheers:.

I suppose I would much rather save the money paid to interest and buy some accessories (or just pocket the money). If you'd like, Captain, I could finance your next bike for you. I'll give you some sweet terms, like 24% APR for 10 months (or more if you'd like).

Nate

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It really doesnt matter if you get it financed for 0 down and 0 payments for a year and then 17% interest or put it on one of your creditcards as long as you pay at least a couple hundred extra each payment you can have it paid off in no time.

As myself I usually pay for them by credit card and sell my old bike and use that to pay on the new bike and when my statement for the credit card comes I usually double up on the payment and by 10 months i usually have it paid for.

Send me $700 then, if it doesn't matter.

Using a 0/0/12 deal, your $8000 bike will cost you $8000 (watch out for setup charges on the account).

Using a credit card at 17% for 6 months, it will cost $8,401. In 12 months, $8,755.

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Send me $700 then, if it doesn't matter.

Using a 0/0/12 deal, your $8000 bike will cost you $8000 (watch out for setup charges on the account).

Using a credit card at 17% for 6 months, it will cost $8,401. In 12 months, $8,755.

my discover card just has a 6% interest rate:banana:

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Apparently you have more money than the rest of us. I don't really understand how paying the high interest on a credit card is better or the same as 0% through Yamaha :bonk::banghead::bonk::cheers:.

I suppose I would much rather save the money paid to interest and buy some accessories (or just pocket the money). If you'd like, Captain, I could finance your next bike for you. I'll give you some sweet terms, like 24% APR for 10 months (or more if you'd like).

Nate

I highly doubt that! I'm on a fixed income......i get paid salery working for the state of virginia........DOC......corrections. With the way the economy has been we hadnt had a raise in two years and were looking at another year with out one.

I'm just saying The credit card I have has a lot lower APR than the yamaha card I have. I havnt used my yamaha card since I bought my 06 450 in 06.

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