AO Platinum Member
Join Date: Sep 2004
Location: United Kingdom
Re: 159 TI now? or wait?
PCP/PCH will mostly have higher interest rates than say a loan.
If you do that you would (I am assuming) have to get finance (ie a loan) to settle the finance on the car, then repay the loan once you sold the car and then maybe come out with some equity?
I dunno, I have looked at PCh/PCP myself at various times but never taken one on as I don't like the idea of not owning the car and the only so many miles/year and the monthly repayments always seemed high to me.
Suits some people but not others I guess.
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