Date: Sat, 19 Dec 1998 00:23:40 -0500
From: "Michael Eugene" <>
Subject: Re: Leasing a Saab

I highly recommend visiting this Web site: My wife and I have used James Bragg's service twice now. It's more than just finding out the answers to stock questions. His company will talk with you directly to go over the details you have in your lease or purchase. They know it all. It's a nominal fee and well worth it! Michael Eugene Cigan-Dorman wrote in message <75dfvc$>... >I'm leasing a Saab that runs out soon. >I asked Chase Manhattan about extending the lease 12 months. >They said, they would/could extend it a few months if I were to lease a new >Saab, >or extend it 3 months without leasing a new one, >or I could "re-lease" it. But why should I pay the fee again? >Buying is not an option for me. >I understand their reasoning, but I don't accept it. >How can I extend the lease without re-leasing? >The other things is, once the lease runs out and I return the car, they'll >put it up for auction. >And the kicker is, they'll more than likely sell it below book value. >Which is the statement from the leasing analyst I spoke with. >If I can't have what I want, I'll sure as heck won't lease/own a Saab again. >Volvo here I come! >Any insight, comments or names of friends in high places would be >appreciated. >Merry Christmas to all ... > > > > >

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