There's a reason realtors stereotype and landlords won't rent to deadbeats with shitty used cars. Maybe 1 in 100 wealthy people drive something old and modest but 99% of rich are driving something nice. The "worst" car rich boomers drive is like a $35,000 new loaded Mini Cooper or $45,000 new Jeep Wrangler Sahara when the kids all move out and are in college.
I grabbed a coffee this morning at the coffee shop in the rich suburb I live in and all the cars out front were brand new luxury SUVs, Teslas, and a couple of new sports cars e.g. 911, Bimmers, Merc SL. But to /o/, all of those people are bankrupt frauds kek
Yeah... frauds or... get this... they make a few thousand bucks a day 5 days a week and don't give a flying fuck about one or two $1,000 month car notes. And if you had a trade-in, it's not like you're ever financing the full amount of the new car. If you trade in your 2019 Tahoe for a 2022 your note is much lower than MSRP, obviously