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Old 04-23-2003, 09:34 AM
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I stopped by the local GMC dealer and I can lease a new 2500 GMC with a 6 litre for $325 for 48 months with 2k down.... not bad anyone know of a better deal?
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Why lease when you can buy for 0 % for 60 months
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Why lease it ? how about $200 a month and me not working a 5 day week since the first of the year?
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Good choice on the lease then
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gm
has the best lease right now according to my friend who owns a leasing company
Why lease when you can buy for 0 % for 60 months
Depends on the situation. It would actually be better for me to lease then borrow at 0%. Why? My vehicle is fully depreciated in 2-3 years through my business. That means I can write off the full purchase price of the vehicle and not have to pay the full amount. Trading every 2-3 years is cheaper than buying one and having it paid for in my situation.

My situation won't apply to everyone though.

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