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Old 11-27-2012, 05:53 PM
cheezypoof cheezypoof is offline
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Originally Posted by miamiboyca View Post
I now know those cheezypoofs have gone to your head.

the chunk of cash they had to pay up front.. Don't make me laugh. That big chunk of change is the title, the registration, and any fees associated with any purchase or lease of the vehicle.

The rest is your first payment. Where is the big chunk of change that unfairly portrays leases?

Back to Diesel... with ECO credits diesels are not that much more expensive than their gas powered cousins. Sometimes or even less expensive.
Really, you've never heard of capital cost reduction (aka, "putting money down") for leases? All you're doing in these situations is paying more up front to pay less per month.

If you can get someone else to subsidize your diesel vehicle then by all means go for it, and in that case the point I'm making about total cost of ownership does not apply. You're not going to find me arguing against free money...!
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