I bought a car with payment that will be made starting from March to June.

Would ''with'' be better in this sentence and grammatically correct?

  • The difficulty is that you didn't but a car with "payment" but with "money"
    – James K
    Nov 19 at 18:21
  • I thought that by using “with” I can describe how I will make the payment. Is the sentence totally unclear with “with”? Nov 19 at 18:24
  • I suppose you can use "payment", but it is somewhat figurative. Perhaps "payments" would have been better.
    – James K
    Nov 19 at 18:34
  • Buying a car on credit is widely known as hire purchase. So you bought a car on/through hire purchase (often shortened to hp) with the first instalment/payment starting/due in March. (rather than March to June). Nov 19 at 18:38
  • I bought a car and my [loan] payments will start in X.
    – Lambie
    Nov 19 at 18:50


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