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mtrsprt
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Re: Leasing or buying a car from Jaguar.!! need info

Would definately buy another Infiniti or BMW over a Jaguar anyday.  They are entirely overated, and have THEE worst resale value just under BMW that's almost out of warranty.  Trust me, BMW's need warranty........

 

An Infinity G37 is an amazing car for the money.  


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Re: Leasing or buying a car from Jaguar.!! need info

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mtrsprt wrote:

Would definately buy another Infiniti or BMW over a Jaguar anyday.  They are entirely overated, and have THEE worst resale value just under BMW that's almost out of warranty.  Trust me, BMW's need warranty........

 

An Infinity G37 is an amazing car for the money.  


I ended up buying a Legacy over the G. Couldnt justify owning a car with 330hp :smileysad: I might have to for my next car. The Q50 looks pretty sweet. AWD hybrid sedan...sweet..It seems ideal. Good gas mileage, lots of power, plenty of room, handles well in all weather. Now, if only it was priced like a Subaru...lol

 

To OP if you really want a Jag. I think leasing might be the way to go. Not a car worth owning. Just spend big money on renting (leasing) it for a few years. Only problem is the lease might commit you to the car for too long. You may be sick of it long before the lease is up.

 

 

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