tcd2004 said:300 seems high as hell, whys it so far up there if i could get a lot more expensive car for less than that?
Insurance on my SS/SC is $87 less than it was on my '98 GTP with the same coverage for 6 months. I just sold the GTP, though, so the multi-car discount is going bye-bye. Still shouldn't be more than $650/6 months with 2 tickets at age 32 (it's currently $499.60 with the discount).Also, it is very likely that insurance rates are going to end up being real close to the SRT-4.
You're not locking yourself into anything!Parallax said:And a Lease isnt always a bad idea, your just locking yourself into the fact that you'll be getting rid of your car in 3 years, so don't go and do a bunch of modifications to it, or put alot of miles on it, because its not really your car.
While this may appeal to your id, it is, in fact, about the dumbest financial move you can make.ZX1100F1 said:Payments made simple; If you can afford a $300 lease payment then you can afford a $300 purchase payment but maybe not a $430 purchase payment so take the lease and enjoy the hell out life.
Yes, but in a lease you are always upside down on the loan. If you owned the vehicle, you are going to be building equity (in an admittedly depreciating asset) and have a shorter time of owing more than the car is worth.Autobiz said:as for the lease/wreck statement. well, personally that's the consumers fault for not taking the GAP coverage offered to you when you signed for the deal. Please don't make it look like LEASING is the reason you had to pay the difference, because if you were PURCHASING that vehicle, the same thing would happen. you'd be responsible for the difference.