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post #76 of 78
have had two LR3's, one with problems one without. The current deals are the $699, no money down and they pay first payments, tax and fees extra. They will get demo's in NYC and Long Island as the people who drive Range Rovers wont settle for an LR2 when the car is in the shop. The one disappointing thing is that they nickel and dime on the service. My LR3 was fully covered on regular maintenance, but this one is not. That is rather foolish behavior from Land Rover in my opinion. They told me they cover the first service, the second is on me and they cover the third. Petty. I have seen a well equiped GL450 for the low $800 with nothing down.
post #77 of 78
^^^ in the mid west a well equipped LR4 HSE will lease in low to mid 8's with upfronts only...the rates will change in April. No free maintenance is a big turn-off, for sure. LR's are notoriously expensive in service
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Residual values for cars are in the shitter right now because there's so much inventory floating around, and demand is not going to come back for several years to come. This combination depresses resale values of vehicles coming off lease, and nobody with enough cash (or cojones) to subsidize lease financing now like they used to.

This is why I love buying off-lease NorAm V8 sedans -- the residuals are irresistably crappy.

Now, you could respond with the opinion that the cars themselves are crap to begin with, which is fair enough. For my purposes, the value proposition is just right.
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