"We don't want to put any money down and we'd like the payments to stay below $400," said my sister and her ever-doting fiance.
As they sat in the spot we've all sat: window-esque office behind an-almost-sterile desk at a local dealership, the floor-guy "chatted" with his manager.
"OK," he finally, undoubtedly beamed. "Here's what we can do for you: $4,000 down and $601 a month."
Laughable? For sure. Ever-so-frequent of an occurrence? Pretty much.
Know what you want. And once you've deliberated, debated and decidedly made up your mind: waiver not.
Besides. Things -- even dreams of that new-car-smell -- have a delightful way of working themselves out.