Thats a good point for some, but I live in Texas. Ultimately its always better wait to save more. And I like things match, so having two yamahas seem to be the better way to go.I think the biggest question is if you are willing to wait. If you live somewhere where its gonna be too cold to ride through the winter months anyway, then you may as well wait and buy the Yamaha.
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Exactly.The longer you make payments on time and constantly, the better you help your credit. I plan to pay it off in 12 months, whatever my payments come out to.
But in the end that is going to cost you more money. The banks make money from interest which isn't applied to the sum you pay right off the bat. I don't see why you would spend more on the bike when you don't need to just to improve your credit.Exactly.
That's what you ultimately need... to show you can make payments over time, anyone can save up and pay in batches and that means nothing to a bank or some institution you're trying to get a loan from. I guess not many people think about the bigger picture