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I have a 2013 spark, I owe 9,700. I'm not pleased with the car's performance. I want something with better gas mileage and more power, that does a little better in snow. Found a 2006 Toyota corolla, 1 owner maintained very well for 6,000. My total loan would be 8,000, with the old loan, new loan, and fees. I would save about $80 with the cheaper payment and gas savings. I know Toyotas last and are reliable but I worry going from 20k miles to 150k miles
Do one thing at a time. If you don't like the spark, sell the spark and if you can't get enough to cover the loan balance, cover it with personal loan, or cash because the new owner must get the title. Then when you are clear of the spark, then get another car. I bet you are "upside down" in your loan now with the spark and you will be far, far, worse with the Toyota. Loan after loan after loan will quickly push you into serious debt and if you have any kind of car trouble with that out of warranty car you will be seriously messed up. Rule of thumb, never finance more than the TRADE ohio VALUE (not retail!!!) of a car or just simply pay cash (far, far, better) then you can sell whenever you want.
Yes it would be "stupid". You have a car under warranty that you can't possibly sell for what you owe on it. You want to get rid of it for a car you know nothing about, has no warranty with high mileage. What is "well maintained"? Does it include all service records showing all required maintenance performed at the minimum required intervals?
I have no idea what the heck a spark is. I do know the car business. You get wholesale when you trade, you pay retail when you buy. So you lose a lot of value. Also, you cant really roll over negative equity.
Dumb move. I don't understand who is going to give you a $8,000 loan for a 9 year old car with 150K miles that's worth no more than $4,500. Are you just assuming this is going to happen? I wouldn't bet on it.