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Yea I’d only lease a Bmw/Mercedes so all the maintenance issues aren’t my problem. Never buy a used one unless it’s your hobby to constantly pour money into it.
Basically this. I never understood the dig on leasing a luxury car. It’s not a matter of affordability but minimizing your headache down the road or even minimizing the depreciation hit. If I could lease clothes, I would go down that route.Much easier than trying to sell stuff down the road
 

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Basically this. I never understood the dig on leasing a luxury car. It’s not a matter of affordability but minimizing your headache down the road or even minimizing the depreciation hit. If I could lease clothes, I would go down that route.Much easier than trying to sell stuff down the road
Seasons.NY
 

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Basically this. I never understood the dig on leasing a luxury car. It’s not a matter of affordability but minimizing your headache down the road or even minimizing the depreciation hit. If I could lease clothes, I would go down that route.Much easier than trying to sell stuff down the road
There are some companies that lease "grail" level clothing. I remember that prized Camo Raf Simons Bomber worth $50,000 or whatever as being rented out by some celebrities.
 

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Good value or just an option to flex if you can’t afford? Ideally leasing for a season or 2 would be the way I would go. Generally get board of things after a few seasons. Minus basics. Those you get wear out of.
 

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Nothing like waking up and checking on the boys at SF. Where else can you find arguments about cars, cashmere blend hoodies, stories about being raided, and then back to a good old Hemi fit. You guys got me thinking I need one too over in Hawaii lmao.
 

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Nothing like waking up and checking on the boys at SF. Where else can you find arguments about cars, cashmere blend hoodies, stories about being raided, and then back to a good old Hemi fit. You guys got me thinking I need one too over in Hawaii lmao.
The more they post the speedway, the more I want to get one haha
 

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