Originally Posted by godfather87
i can't imagine anyone keeping this car once the warranty is up. it will suck if anything goes wrong....
plan is to get rid of it before the warranty is up...
I'm handy with a wrench - part of the challenge with an older car is keeping it as sweet as the day you bought it (looks and mechanics). For me the financial incentive to keep the car (maximize value of the depreciation) is worth it. There's always something newer and cooler - even the day after you buy your car. I've learned not to always chase it - works for me.