Do with the money? Put into the general 'pot' I guess so that they can keep filling all the airfields. or use it to keep workers idle[Honda/Jag/LR] Better perhaps the money should have been paid out to Fleet Buyers and and the like to help clear the cars stored,- which would then release young cars to market to us plebs to buy.
"JACK" yeah i agree there just fields & fields of cars & im not sure if its greed or just a huge company's was of generating business but im sure a few more will close soon, As for the price increase.?? i thought it would of gone the other way.?? thats really going to encourage people isnt it putting another £250+ on a car.??
Well they've seen the banks get bailed out and still not lending and paying large bonuses and basically sticking two fingers up to those that bailed them out-- so a bandwagon has been created and the car industry has simply jumped on it
Car manufacturing must be a tough business.Years ago,people bought 1 car and its fit & finish was crap,it was unreliable thus going anywhere was risky.Now,modern cars are extremely reliable and full of gadgets to make ownership a pleasure.Because of their reliability,nobody needs change their car but they did due to all the credit on offer.The credit vanishes and few can afford to buy new cars,so the car manufacturers increase prices.There's something in this tale I dont understand so I'll post this & go think about it some more.....not.
To be truthful, anyone buying a new car today and paying the full price really cannot be trusted with money and deserves to be fleeced. You can buy Range Rover Sports for AT LEAST 25%-30% off and if you are buying any large car for cash you can virtually name your price especially at auction. Take some self-responsibility and start negotiating.
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