Drinking Colt 45's with Lando
Any body know where to find em? Is there an internet source or anything? for buying 04 R1's of course
Why not? 3.9% for 24 months. Then it goes up to 17%. Refinance before that or pay it off.Jeff said:What is yamaha's rate? I couldnt find it on the yamaha site, and I don't want to mess with that credit card
Generally Credit Card finance charges are calculated different than your normal bank loans . sometimes you can get Dicked even with what sounds like a low rate . When I pickmy R1 up Saturday I will look at the Yamaha 3.9% plan and find out what the total cost of the bike will be after financing to see if it is OK . If not I will just use Peoplefirst.com to pay it off the next week .r1-superstar said:Why not? 3.9% for 24 months. Then it goes up to 17%. Refinance before that or pay it off.
caps off please...............:hellobyeWONDER140 said:I WOULD SUGGEST LOOKING AT YOUR LOCAL CREDIT UNION....THEY GAVE ME 4.9% FOR 48 MOS ON MY R1...THATS A REALLY LOW RATE FOR A BIKE FOR THAT TERM...AND YES CREDIT CARD IS REVOLVING INTEREST VERSUS A NORMAL LOAN WHICH IS SIMPLE INTEREST SO YAMAHAS SPECIAL IS NOT THAT BAD OF AN IDEA AS LONG AS YOU PAY IT OFF IN THE TERM THAT THE 3.9% IS GOOD FOR. OTHERWISE DON'T DO IT BECAUSE IF YOU DON'T PAY IT OFF IN THE SPECIAL RATE TERM YOU WILL END UP PAYING A SH#&LOAD OF INTEREST
I agree. :iamwithst I'm on my second bike with them. At leastextremeR1der said:Just an FYI in case some don't know:
Capital One bought PeopleFirst.
but Capital One/PeopleFirst is a safe bet too.