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To lease or finance a car, what do you think?


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somethgblue says

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23 months ago
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    Levi Legion 23 months ago

    Very sensible approach. I definitely agree about new cars. The depreciation between brand new and slightly used alone is massive!

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Kelcie Rae Dunn (An Aberrant Taste) says

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23 months ago
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    bradmasterOCcal 23 months ago

    Take a look at the leases offered in S Cal. These lease typically allow less than 10,000 miles a year, and charge 25 cents a mile after that. People commute long distances in S Cal, so the cost of leasing is high. There are no real zero down here,


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    O (Rabadi) 23 months ago

    Good answer.

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    Kelcie Rae Dunn (An Aberrant Taste) 23 months ago

    However, many people don't have 10k+ to buy outright. There is also the fact that any less than 10k, you're typically looking at a very used vehicle. While you own your car, you have to worry about whether or not the vehicle was properly cared for.


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