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  Reply # 1507589 7-Mar-2016 16:32
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It's already been mentioned, but I would buy it on a credit card and balance transfer to Westpac/ANZ who both are running 12 months/0% promotions.

 

Failing that, approach your NZ bank and get a secured loan.

 

DO NOT get a loan from the car dealer.  They are not your friend and they will rip you off something chronic (I have inlaws that love doing this, and I bang my head against the wall when we discuss who this isn't such a good idea)




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  Reply # 1507612 7-Mar-2016 16:56
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yes that all sounds good. its a business vehicle either way.


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