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Old 12-08-2012, 09:43 PM
wildvlad wildvlad is offline
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Originally Posted by ChrisF02 View Post
Your payment is going to significantly higher, the first and second years are the quickest and deepest dive in terms of depreciation. So it's like financing a car with 0 down, then selling it after 2 years. You're going to be way upside down (if you only paid the payment and nothing over) In a lease case, your lease payment is that huge depreciation.

If money isn't an object go for it, more turnover, new cars more frequently.
Actually, I just did that with my previous car (vw diesel jetta). $0 down, sold just prior to turning 2 years. Made $26 back

BUT, the car was purchase, so monthly payments were much higher comparing to those if I would lease the car for 3 years.

Basically 2 years lease for me would work almost exactly same (in terms of monthly payments) as financing car for 5 years
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