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Re: questions about leasing an M3 (archive)

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Posted by KGY on January 10, 2000 at 21:38:09:

In Reply to: Re: questions about leasing an M3 posted by Kirk on January 10, 2000 at 07:47:19:

Kirk,

Could you explain this statement...

One last thing. IF you have your own business, don't overlook the tax advantages to leasing!


in a bit more detail.

thanks,

: I am on the wrong coast, but here is my $.02

: If you are talking about a 99E M3 and you plan on upgrading to the E46 M3 in 3-4 years, definitely lease the car. The only exception being if it is going to be a high mileage commuter. If you lease now, the E46 will be in its 2nd or 3rd production year and will have any bugs worked out.

: If you choose to buy, be aware that when the E46 comes out this year, the E36 will be harder to sell. However, if you plan on long-term ownership, then by all means buy the E36 and get used to having a smile on your face.

: One last thing. IF you have your own business, don't overlook the tax advantages to leasing!

: Good luck





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