Ally Bank asked 1000 consumers whether they’d rather have the car of their dreams or a lifetime of free gas.
The answer was clear.
The typical American household spent about $4,155, or just over 8% of their income at the fuel pump in 2011. Consider a car payment of about $300 (which, right now is a decent car) adds up to about $3,600 per year.
The figures make sense.
Which would you choose? would you pick with your head or your wallet?
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