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#29109 of 35397 Re: help [qbrozen]
Jan 08, 2013 (12:37 pm)
...and the husband is all about paying as little per month as possible.
So, anyone know a site or list of the cheapest current lease deals? I've just been seeking them out one by one, but there has to be a better way.
There are dealers here in Denver offering VW's for under $100/mo. Of course, there is a massive amount due at signing.
Where do they stand on that issue? Not sure there are any $0 down and under $200/mo leases available.
#29110 of 35397 Re: AWD? V8? Under $30K? [nyccarguy]
Jan 08, 2013 (12:38 pm)
Anybody driven one of these 2012 or 2013 Dodge Chargers? 370 hp V8, available AWD (RWD based), decent looking, & massive incentives for a possible purchase price of under $30K. It might be worth a look.
Not driven a 300C or Charger, but I do like the looks of the redesign very much.
My only issue is that the stance of the AWD version seems a bit off to me. I like the 'hunkered down' look of the RWD version better.
#29111 of 35397 Re: AWD? V8? Under $30K? [tjc78]
Jan 08, 2013 (12:55 pm)
Massive rebates for sure + cheapo financing. $2000 + $1500 V8 credit.
#29112 of 35397 Re: AWD? V8? Under $30K? [michaell]
Jan 08, 2013 (12:58 pm)
I agree with the fact that the RWD looks much better and can be had with nicer wheels. While I'm sure our winters in (way) Southern New England pail in comparison to yours in Colorado, I have AWD in my current 328xi and LOVE it (the AWD & the BMW).
#29113 of 35397 Re: help [qbrozen]
Jan 08, 2013 (12:58 pm)
You could check ridewithg dot com
#29114 of 35397 Re: AWD? V8? Under $30K? [nyccarguy]
Jan 08, 2013 (1:00 pm)
$1500 V8 credit
Sounds like gas money.
#29115 of 35397 Re: help [qbrozen]
Jan 08, 2013 (1:37 pm)
I would be interested in that type of site too. I do it the old fashioned way. SOme mentioned here, but mostly read the big Sunday paper. Pretty much anything being hawked like that is going to show up in ads from multiple dealers.
this week, I particularly noticed Toyota (Corolla $199 and Camry $249) and my favorite, ATS w/moonroof for $299 and only $850 at signing.
I think the Yotas were sign and drive.
Honda has some pretty aggressive deals now too. Civic and Accord.
#29116 of 35397 Re: help [michaell]
Jan 08, 2013 (2:00 pm)
Well, between their 2 cars, I figure they'll have about $5k equity.
All the ones I've shown them so far are under $200 with $2k due at signing. Of course, after adding taxes, tags, and upping the mileage to 15k, who knows?
#29117 of 35397 Re: help [stickguy]
Jan 08, 2013 (2:02 pm)
suggested Civic. Thing is, she's trying to simplify and figure out a place that has 2 vehicles they'd want. With ONLY the civic as a viable option, Honda probably isn't going to be on the list.
I couldn't find any lease deals on Yota's site, or Ford's
So I'm thinking Versa + Sentra or Soul + Forte. Maybe Cruze + Traverse. I've also pointed out Jetta + Tiguan, but I don't think that one is going to fly.
#29118 of 35397 Re: AWD? V8? Under $30K? [ateixeira]
Jan 08, 2013 (2:01 pm)
As a car nut, I've ALWAYS wanted a V8. With 3 kids 6 & under, my shot at getting a mustang, camaro, or challenger approved by the board of directors is slim. If I present it as: 4 doors, AWD, nice sized trunk...