Date: Sun, 19 May 2002 10:44:01 PDT
From: marcnopsamdinet.nospam.com (Marc D. Field -- remove .nospam)
Subject: Re: Saab Lease Deal


Also check-out http://fieldinet.com/saab/lease.html. Marc Hello, X! You wrote: > I'll send you a detailed lease calculator I developed that lets you plug in > all the variables and see exactly what's what. > > Xorg > > > "DJK" <djkertisnopsamo.com> wrote in message > news:abp71p$96h$1nopsame.itg.ti.com... > > Steve, > > > > Why such a bad deal. Since I probably would like to keep it at the end of > > the deal, it seems to me it's better than buying the car. I can get a 9-5 > > at $4000 off the price ($3000 or so below invoice) of a car and then make > > payments on it interest free for 3 years. > > > > -Dennis > > > > "Steve Alpiner" <stevealpinernopsamail.com> wrote in message > > news:S_UD8.43074$WR1.39621nopsamnsc01... > > > Dennis: > > > > > > This is a terrible deal! > > > > > > Remember, when you lease a car, you will have nothing to show for your > > > payments at the end of the lease. Thus, the $4,000 cap cost reduction is > > > simply flushing money down the drain. You'll never realize anything as a > > > result of that "investment." All it buys you is the ability to make > lower > > > monthly payments. I have leased 11 cars, and have NEVER put down a dime > > > (including 2 Saab 900s in 1997). This is a key component of any sensible > > lease > > > deal. Keep in mind that many elements of a lease are negotiable, and > this > > is > > > one of them. When the payments without a cap cost reduction are too > high, > > I > > > have simply looked at other options. Be sure to check with ALL lease > > companies > > > with whom the dealer has relationships. Try GECAL or Wells Fargo if SAAB > > > Financial Services won't cut a better deal. Actually, you should compare > > them > > > all, anyway. > > > > > > > > > > > > In article <abp1di$5it$1nopsame.itg.ti.com>, "DJK" <djkertisnopsamo.com> > > wrote: > > > >Hello, > > > > > > > >I am considering leasing a SAAB 9-5 because of what seems to be a very > > good > > > >deal right now ($4000 cap cost reduction + <1% interest.) I do not > > really > > > >need a new car right now, but this seems like a deal I might not want > to > > > >pass up (my only chance to afford one.) > > > > > > > >My question is, does SAAB (GM) offer deals like this a lot? If I pass > on > > > >this will there be a similar deal in 6 onths or a year? > > > > > > > >thanks in advance, > > > >Dennis > > > > > > -- Marc D. Field (remove .nospam) marcnopsamdinet.nospam.com

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