1 Wade H 2 weeks ago This is NOT spam!.... Due to the virtual standstill of our US economy, automobile dealerships are blowing out their late model used vehicles at unprecedented low prices (even at a loss), in order to have at least some income. My wife and I were driving old vehicles, myself a 2000 Ford Explorer Limited w/5ltr V8, and her a 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid, in which we had already replaced the $5k hybrid battery 65k miles ago (and had no intention of ever buying another one of those!). Other than that $5k hybrid battery, both vehicles had been very reliable servents for us. The Explorer had a Ford Factory Rebuilt Engine installed by the original owner (50k miles ago) after his son broke the oil pan, while off roading, and ran it out of oil. I bought it a few thousand miles after the new engine.So.....we both had vehicles that ran well, but had some substantial issues (other than the engines or expensive batteries) creeping in (looming), and we've both been on the lookout for a deal to replace our aging vehicles. My wife jumped first, into a 2017 Toyota Rav4 with 22k miles on it for $22k under the price of the 2020 Rav4. I jumped in with both feet, three days later, right into a 2019 Toyota Highlander with only 7k miles on it, for $20k below the price of the 2020 Highlander. We both purchased 6 years 60k miles Factory Extended Warranties and still came out (over) $39k under what buying these 2020 models would have cost. I doubt that we will ever see these kinds of deals again in our life times.Getting a new (or late model used) car is one of the biggest thrills in modern life. But if one thing does top that thrill, it's being in the position, for the first time, to buy not one, but two expensive late model SUV's.... WITH CASH!