: How does this sound?



drmustang
04-11-05, 03:07 PM
My best number on a 12K mile/year, 36 month, no money down lease is $633/month.
Highest quote is $700/month. How does $633 sound?

malcolm
04-11-05, 03:39 PM
What is the MSRP?

Groo-V
04-11-05, 04:13 PM
I assume for an '05?? Options (color, roof, suspension, etc.)?

CTSV05
04-11-05, 05:34 PM
I would suggest a buy.....as the miles will add up VERY quickly!!!!!!

Mid December....7500mi. so far.

Dave's V
04-11-05, 06:52 PM
I HATE leases. I couldn't keep this car down under 12,000 miles a year. I can imagine the disappointmented of having a 400hp car in the garage and not being able to drive it because I'm worried about mileage. This car needs to be driven.

heavymetals
04-11-05, 09:39 PM
I HATE leases. I couldn't keep this car down under 12,000 miles a year. I can imagine the disappointmented of having a 400hp car in the garage and not being able to drive it because I'm worried about mileage. This car needs to be driven.

And modified.
Can't do that with a leased car.

Buy it, you'll like it.

trukk
04-12-05, 02:35 PM
My favorite thing about potentially leasing this car through GMAC:

F1 EMT tread depth brand new: 8/32"
GMAC Minimum turnin: 4/32"

That should get you about 2500 miles out of the stock tires before they are too worn to turn back in. I'm sure they'll require you to turn the car back in with EMT's on them too.

Make sure you buy a new set of tires in the first couple weeks to swap out with :)

-Chris

drmustang
04-14-05, 09:05 AM
Leasing works well for me in our business situation. 12K miles/year is not an issue. Leasing also insulates the customer from the enormous depreciation that some higher end vehicles have experienced.