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Camry 2017 Lease thoughts

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Camry 2017 Lease thoughts

Hi all,

Wanted people's opinion on the following lease. Just aiming to get a simple vehicle for a good price. Don't have a lot of preference and I've liked driving a Camry in the past, hence the choice.

Details:
Camry 2017 LE
39 months
$3,100 down
20,000 KM
0%

$210 per month, all in.

Thoughts? Is there something I can be doing better? A better vehicle choice? Is lease the right approach?

Would love the advice. Aiming to get something signed by Friday.
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ibby wrote:
Jun 28th, 2017 2:54 pm
Hi all,

Wanted people's opinion on the following lease. Just aiming to get a simple vehicle for a good price. Don't have a lot of preference and I've liked driving a Camry in the past, hence the choice.

Details:
Camry 2017 LE
39 months
$3,100 down
20,000 KM
0%

$210 per month, all in.

Thoughts? Is there something I can be doing better? A better vehicle choice? Is lease the right approach?

Would love the advice. Aiming to get something signed by Friday.
Lease price is good.

Car is... well... its a Toyota.

If you just want to go from A to B, then yeah good deal.
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Wait for 2018 Camry, way better car
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$210 per month all in for a Camry?
That's so cheap....didn't know about it.

I thought even a base Corolla is about that price.

New 2018 looks cool, but it wont be 0% rate.
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Dealer invoice cost on that would be $209 per month so it looks like a great deal. If you wanted to put $0 down you should be able to get it for $299 per month if that works better for your budget.
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Nov 16, 2004
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Driving one as my rental this week. Not a Toyota fan boy, never owned one, but surprisingly happy with it. Has good pick up and response. Seems to be decent on gas.

Everything inside seems / feels cheap (when I use the turn signal, the whole column shakes - slightly concerning, for long term). My passengers also said it's "bare bones" ...

One pet peeve is with the front turn signals, which are only located at the bottom section of the car. I can see those being covered with snow and unusable this winter.

Other than that, seems fine. Much better than the Nissan Sentra I just drove (that drove like crap).
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ibby wrote:
Jun 28th, 2017 2:54 pm
Hi all,

Wanted people's opinion on the following lease. Just aiming to get a simple vehicle for a good price. Don't have a lot of preference and I've liked driving a Camry in the past, hence the choice.

Details:
Camry 2017 LE
39 months
$3,100 down
20,000 KM
0%

$210 per month, all in.

Thoughts? Is there something I can be doing better? A better vehicle choice? Is lease the right approach?

Would love the advice. Aiming to get something signed by Friday.
Good price. Never put money down on a lease however. Roll the $3100 into the lease since it's 0%. If you change your mind and want someone to take over the lease, you won't get that $3100 back likely. If you get into an accident the $3100 is at risk.

Lease is the right approach here. Camry has good resale value so you may be able to buy it out at end of 39 month and sell it for more than residual.

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