Is He Wrong for Asking for More Money for His Car? People Responded.

Money, money, money, all about that money!

That’s usually what should be going on in your head if you’re selling someone a car, but what about when it comes to a family member?

Does it make someone an a**hole to ask for more cash?

Check out this guy’s story and see if you think he was out of line.

AITA For Asking For More Money For My Car?

“So, I (28 M) offered to sell my RAV4 that has 100,000 miles on it in January to my brother and his wife.

They have a baby and a beat up Honda civic as well as a Scion with way too many miles on it. They shared they’d be car hunting this year.

I offered to sell it to them for what Carvana offered (which was $14,500) and they agreed to it right away. The problem was that my wife and I still hadn’t picked out our replacement car.

So, they’d check in every week or so but we weren’t ready. In the end, we decided to hold onto the car until our trip to Disney this past week.

I checked Carvana again and they offered me more. This time $16,500. I texted my brother telling him he could have it but he would need to match Carvana’s new offer.

He responded saying that they’re not haggling and they’ve been putting off buying a car for months because they thought we had an agreement and were just waiting on us. They called me an AH for stringing them along for 3 months and then asking for $2000 more.

I’m just trying to do what is right by my two kids and one on the way. AITA?”

Now let’s see what people had to say on Reddit.

One person said this guy is an a**hole and they explained why…

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Another reader agreed and argued about how you really do right by your kids.

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And this Reddit user said this guy is an a**hole and that his behavior was disgusting.

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