10-14-2012 07:24 AM - edited 10-14-2012 07:24 AM
I think this is the response we should follow:
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10-14-2012 07:32 AM
I am more towards leasing because of my business. Im 26 and I recently strated my business and was quoted for this vehicle.
2013 BMW 750i xDrive Sedan $96,495.00
The salesperson told me leasing looks like a better opinion for me. He quoted me 36 months, 10,000 miles 6,800 total out of pocket $1,326.00 month
The payment isnt too bad because I make about 130,000.00 and have no mortgae or rent nor no expenses other than credit cards. He pulled my credit and said it qualifies for tier 1 leasing
Your thoughts???, suggestions???, I am kind of excited
I agree with others who suggest that you look at purchasing a 5 series... that way you can continue to focus on your housing goals.... 1300 is a lot to pay for something you are "borrowing" I love nice cars... I make 120k per year and my husband makes 65k... not sure a 750i is something we could justify... however we have decided to replace a car that was totalled with a new volvo that will cost about 45k... I think you should look at the 50k range as a purchase not a lease.
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