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Leasing a 2011 E350

I am looking to lease a car and I came across a company willing to lease an e350 for 33 months if i pay the lease upfront. The total cost (DMV Fee, Bank Fee, Sales tax) would be about $17,500 for 33 months. The car is fully loaded (navigation, camera, etc), blue exterior, beige interior. I can go 7,500 miles per year (I don't drive TOO much). Insurance is separate.

You guys think this is a fair deal? This is my first time leasing.

I know the 2012 E350 is just around the corner. Should I just wait for that?

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I am looking to lease a car and I came across a company willing to lease an e350 for 33 months if i pay the lease upfront. The total cost (DMV Fee, Bank Fee, Sales tax) would be about $17,500 for 33 months. The car is fully loaded (navigation, camera, etc), blue exterior, beige interior. I can go 7,500 miles per year (I don't drive TOO much). Insurance is separate.

You guys think this is a fair deal? This is my first time leasing.

I know the 2012 E350 is just around the corner. Should I just wait for that?

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22,500 miles for $17,500.00.

The wife just got the '12 350 as a loner, same old car, nothing new to report on it. (It does seem to have less power though).

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22,500 miles for $17,500.00.

The wife just got the '12 350 as a loner, same old car, nothing new to report on it. (It does seem to have less power though).
I see. So I should probably stick with the 2011. Do you think the 22,500 for $17,500 is fair? I may be able to get it closer to $17,000.
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I see. So I should probably stick with the 2011. Do you think the 22,500 for $17,500 is fair? I may be able to get it closer to $17,000.
Fair is only fair in your eyes. I was only pointing out the cost.


If this is your first lease, please read all the paperwork before you sign.

Top five reasons I posted in your topic:

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22,500 miles for $17,500.00.
Actually, it's a little bit worse than that since the lease is for 33 months, so it's $17,500 for 20,625 miles. What are some of the other lease quotes you've gotten (if any)?

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