Toyota offers no-interest loans after sales skid in September

Full story: South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Toyota Motor Corp., the world's second-largest carmaker, is offering no-interest loans in the United States after it posted its worst September sales since 1987.
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Economics 101

Lake Worth, FL

#22 Oct 4, 2008
Zero interest loans don't do any good, if you have no money.And right now, less people can afford a car every day.Especially with the going down the drain florida economy.And for everyone who thinks Toyotas are so great.Read some car reviews.They aint what they used to be.
Main Street

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#23 Oct 4, 2008
Economics 101 wrote:
Zero interest loans don't do any good, if you have no money.And right now, less people can afford a car every day.Especially with the going down the drain florida economy.And for everyone who thinks Toyotas are so great.Read some car reviews.They aint what they used to be.
Great post. So true...
No Obama No Problem

Hallandale, FL

#24 Oct 4, 2008
Hey Middle class. Better get it while its hot. If Obama is elected he will tax you into the poor house and lock the door so you can never get out again.
Main Street

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#25 Oct 4, 2008
broward wrote:
I am getting another car. I was thinking of the Toyota Corolla. Any comments on it?
I would consider something a little larger for safety reasons. I would probably buy the camary instead...just a thought.

“Feeling froggy?”

Since: Sep 08

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#26 Oct 4, 2008
Oscar wrote:
What about Infiniti? Are they any good?
I have owned 3 without any problems. I think they are a bargain compared to a Lexus or an Acura.

Most people that find them expensive are comparing them to the Nissan branded cars that have become very nice.

The difference is not just the car, but the dealer service.

Even with my 5 year old Infiniti being out of warranty, I still get a free loaner car if I take it in for any reason.

Haven't experienced that at Lexus, BMW, Acura or anywhere else.

I like the Nissan cars, but the dealers experiences I have heard are not good to say the least.

“Feeling froggy?”

Since: Sep 08

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#28 Oct 4, 2008
camry junk wrote:
Google 07 camry transmission problems!
Same according to net for the 07 08 and 09 camry.
Toyota moving forward????
Google Ford problems, trucks on fire, multiple recalls, biggest recall in history.

Google GM problems, paint peeling off, engine problems, electrical problems, etc.

Look at Edmunds or Google the new Dodge Journey. Car won't start, seals leaking, instrument panel inop, etc.etc.

Every brand drops the ball once in a while, but Toyota still is very reliable in most cases.
hmmm

United States

#29 Oct 5, 2008
yeah but they cost so much more than 5 years ago

about 10 grand more

so the free financing is built into the price

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