PDA

View Full Version : 12 Months No Payments, Deferred Interest on ALL 2006 Exmark Models!


eXmark
10-16-2006, 03:08 PM
In addition to our attractive Winter Financing Programs (http://www.exmark.com/ez-commercial.asp?source=lawnsite&forum=commercial&thread=2006promo), we are pleased to announce:

"12 Months No Payments, Deferred Interest" program for ALL available 2006 Models. (http://www.exmark.com/2006clearance.htm?source=lawnsite&forum=commercial&thread=2006promo)

This program is available to Commercial customers as well as Homeowners. For complete details, visit Exmark.com (http://www.exmark.com/2006clearance.htm?source=lawnsite&forum=commercial&thread=2006promo). Hurry, this offer ends January 31, 2007! Visit your local Exmark dealer (http://www.exmarkdealers.com) for complete details.

zim bob the landscaper
10-16-2006, 05:14 PM
yeah but u need really good credit right?:dizzy: :hammerhead: :cry:

razor1
11-01-2006, 09:56 PM
Why is the new Exmark w/Kubota eng., more expensive then the new Toro Z w/Kubota diesel eng?

Fredrock13
11-02-2006, 07:15 PM
Ive done that deal with exmark twice and i think it used to be more like six months. But i just rolled what i didnt payoff into another loan or creditcard with a lower interest rate.

Prestige-Lawncare
11-20-2006, 10:38 PM
What about the guy who wants to pay cash? What's in it for him?

:confused:

JTF40
11-21-2006, 06:55 PM
What about the guy who wants to pay cash? What's in it for him?

:confused:


EXACTLY !!!!!

Let's see - Go buy one today, put 500+ hours on it next season, make no payments on it until next Nov., and you owe ALOT of money for a machine that is VERY used !!!! :nono: :nono: :nono:

Don't get me wrong - I love new things. BUT, if - IF - you have to finance this kind of money, pay it off ASAP. :weightlifter: :weightlifter: :weightlifter:

MudslinginFX4
11-21-2006, 08:07 PM
EXACTLY !!!!!

Let's see - Go buy one today, put 500+ hours on it next season, make no payments on it until next Nov., and you owe ALOT of money for a machine that is VERY used !!!! :nono: :nono: :nono:

Don't get me wrong - I love new things. BUT, if - IF - you have to finance this kind of money, pay it off ASAP. :weightlifter: :weightlifter: :weightlifter:


What if you took that money, put it in a special account that draws more interest, left it in there a year and then took it out to pay off your loan after the year is up? Let their money work for you!

This being said... I don't think I would do this on a purchase so small... but I did do it on my 50k dollar truck!

weedwoop
12-09-2006, 06:37 PM
What about the guy who wants to pay cash? What's in it for him?

:confused:
Buy a 12 month cd, collect interest for a year, than pay off the Exmark. At 5% on 10,000 dollars you have just made yourself $500. for doing nothing.

crab
12-09-2006, 06:43 PM
indeed,logic rules again !.

Uranus
12-09-2006, 07:04 PM
Buy a 12 month cd, collect interest for a year, than pay off the Exmark. At 5% on 10,000 dollars you have just made yourself $500. for doing nothing.


Thats if you have that kind of cash on hand. If you dont pay it off by the time the interest kicks in you'll pay prime + 13.95%. That is equal to 22.2% right now. Theres no way to make enough money to cover that if you dont pay it off within a year