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If you’re in the market for some brand new British luxury wheels, and you’ve got Chase Private Client status, this deal could be for you. Depending on the model of car you’re looking to pickup you can save between $1500 and $2500 as an allowance credit towards your purchase or lease. Make sure you read all of the specifics regarding, but it appears to extend to quite a few in both 2018 and 2019 model years. One major thing…the ink has to dry by April 1, 2019
A great alternative…I use Swapalease.com
Paying retail for anything is a very tough pill for me to swallow. In fact, I’ve never had a new car, and I think companies like swapalease.com are incredibly valuable, and offer nearly unmatched bargains. But…many people love that new car smell and this would add a bit of savings to your deal.
The last two mega deals I picked up on Swapalease
- I leased a BMW 335i droptop convertible that would have been $850+ a month for $600 with extra packages of both interior and exterior protection paid in full up front as well as a reduced disposition fee. In total…it was over $5k in savings on a 22 month lease.
- I leased a Mercedes C300 for $322 a month including taxes. This was discounted from over $700 and assumed from a man in Vegas whose job sent him to Asia. Over $7k discount from what he was paying.
Swapalease does advertise for new cars via dealerships, but the biggest discount you’ll find is with current lessees who are looking to get out of their contract, and need someone to take it over. And don’t be afraid to make a bid. I even shipped one of my cars from Michigan the deal was so good.
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