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Old 10-26-2013, 06:40 AM   #71
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Originally Posted by Black on Boss

Just for yours and others info, everytime someone checks your credit, your beacon score drops a few points. Never EVER give your SSN to a dealer until you are sure you have found the right car at the right price, BC they send your info to 5,10,15, even 20 different banks to try to get to the best loan and every bank will run your credit. They can drop it significantly if you go to 2-3 dealers. I made that mistake when I bought my '11 3.7.
Eh...sort of. Multiple hits for the same purchase within a certain time period should only count as 1. Each will show but each should not deduct.

But yes, anytime your credit is checked or you apply for new credit your score will generally drop.

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Good info tho, so I've decided I'm going to wait a little longer probably until the 1st month of next year to know if I like the look of the 15s....If not well ill get the 13-14s. By that time I'll have a little more money for downpayment and have better credit. Even tho the dealership keeps calling me to go to their dealership to keep checking their cars...

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What better way to learn stick than on a car you might possibly not buy?
I guess your comment was right lol

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Old 10-27-2013, 10:22 AM   #73
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You'll get a way better deal on a 2011 or 2012 with low miles especially once the 2015s come out and lots of ppl are unloading their 2011-2014 cars. Glut in the market and prices will tank.

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