How much will my lease be please help

Asked by Jul 01, 2013 at 11:16 PM about the 2012 Subaru Impreza WRX Base

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

About how much a month will I have to pay
on a lease for a 2012 Subaru Impreza WRX?
If I put $2000-$3000 down

2 Answers

26,075

Are you leasing a used car? Why- leasing is usually the lowest-monthly- payment way to go- why not get brand new? and they try to get that big chunk of cash up front- ouch- leasing is such a high price way to get a car- the worst deal of all- if anybody disagrees with me, now's yer chance to speak up!

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26,075

more on the leasing- just buy a new car- there are so many advantages to buying- only a couple on leasing- BUYING: you don't need the chunk-o-cash up front- a dealer can be talked into zero down in a bad market- what can you do with that coupla grand?!! If you go into the showroom ready to do Ninja Battle, camp out all day, stand firm, eat only rice, smile in the face of adversity and car salesman- the Sales Manager will finally give in and give you monthly payments CLOSE to leasing- if not go to another dealership and car/plan "B" and finally, you will own the car when payments are done, and it's a car you have maintained perfectly and is ready to run awhile longer- LEASING: lower monthly payments for a coupla years then you give the car back- this works if it fits your lifestyle, you change cars often- but it is really expensive, as you have given the HUGE down payment, still made payments and end up still carless and looking for something to drive- compare the cost of buying for six years with leasing three cars for six years- even with the compound interest, leasing is expensive

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