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Re: Another question..how to get out of lease earl (archive)

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Posted by DCC on May 11, 1999 at 08:24:03:

In Reply to: Another question..how to get out of lease early??? posted by James H on May 11, 1999 at 00:20:27:

BMW is offering cash incentives on the '99 M3s right now.
For the best selection, do not wait too long.
They are going pretty quick
There is no way to get out of the lease without taking a hit
The buyout would be the residual plus the remaining number of payments, or it could be just the remaining payments on a true lease.
(assuming security deposits and disposal fees are standard across the board)
What you can do is trade the Audi? for the M3
get the dealer to roll the remaining lease payments into your best negotiated price of the M3.
or you can just have 2 cars payments till the Audi lease runs out.

Dan

: A friend of mine wants to get a m3 also (hopefully we can purchase together and save some $$$)but he is in the middle of his lease. I think he has between 6-10 months left. Is there anyway out of this? I've heard that dealers can get you out early (IE. BMW dealer will get you out of your Audi lease so that you get the car right away) Has anyone heard or done this. Other wise he has to payoff his months and buy the car outright.
: Thaks again for the help




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