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^ I think that's a good deal from MSRP. I kinda like the Mercedes GLx more in that segment, but if you like the X1, go for it.
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Cao Cao have you considered the McLaren P1 instead of the X1
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Any car that has Mclaren in its name has been deemed too expensive for a middle class man like myself.
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Again, it depends on the residual and money factor.  I could sell you a car with a sale price of almost anything and with the right money factor and residual screw you over.

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The danish police has charged multiple Uber drivers with illegal taxi driving, it's going to be intersting to see if they get convicted.
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Originally Posted by brokencycle View Post

Again, it depends on the residual and money factor.  I could sell you a car with a sale price of almost anything and with the right money factor and residual screw you over.
60% after 3 years. How's that?
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60% after 3 years. How's that?

That's good. afaik, BMW's residuals are fixed, but on the MF, look out for 'adders' or basically anything that makes it go above the base MF you see published on the forums. It might be a trivial amount or a non trivial amount.
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Thanks, all. I've gotten really good advice from this thread.

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This is a 3 year lease -  what's the miles/year?

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Originally Posted by ramuman View Post

^ I think that's a good deal from MSRP. I kinda like the Mercedes GLx more in that segment, but if you like the X1, go for it.

what's sad is, i know you are serious.

 

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Originally Posted by Cao Cao View Post

Any car that has Mclaren in its name has been deemed too expensive for a middle class man like myself.

before you do anything, test drive a Subaru STI.   performance and space. and in the price range, for a dude who is actually buying a car, and not leasing. it is better than a ML, and light years ahead of an X-1.   test drive, then say what you think of it.


Edited by Thrift Vader - 12/7/15 at 9:03am
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Originally Posted by GreenFrog View Post

Cao Cao have you considered the McLaren P1 instead of the X1
He should go with the Subaru STi instead. Far superior to the P1, as all Japanese cars are
post #19377 of 26295
The STi is great and all...but I've gotten a few of them as ubers and riding in the back of them is neither comfortable nor impressive.
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This is a 3 year lease -  what's the miles/year?

10k

but they also offer 15k, and maybe 20k

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We're talking about a car for my wife, gentlemen. Unless she wants to drag race vs my 2010 maxima and win, I don't think STI is the way to go here.

post #19380 of 26295
Yeah not too sure about the sti rec, but if I may, I'll toss one extra contender into the ring -- the koenigsegg one:1 should suit your needs just fine.
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