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04 is300... 0 down, $560 for 60 months.
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3.75%

01 for a touch over 20g's. Put down the civic and some cash. Borrowed 6g's from the bank. Paying 110/month 60 months.
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My Lease

In reponse to the question about my deal, it is a lease, which means no tax up front. In fact, when I moved from CA to TX, payments fell as sales tax rate is lower.

So, deal is $5K down, $290/mo for 39 mo lease. Negotiated price was $28,100 on a 2003 5sp with all opts except Nav.

It's still for sale. I'll take $24,000.

Thanks!

2003 5 sp - Intensa Blue- 6000 miles - $24,999
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In reponse to the question about my deal, it is a lease, which means no tax up front. In fact, when I moved from CA to TX, payments fell as sales tax rate is lower.

So, deal is $5K down, $290/mo for 39 mo lease. Negotiated price was $28,100 on a 2003 5sp with all opts except Nav.

It's still for sale. I'll take $24,000.

Thanks!

I might be interested. Where in Houston are you located?
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i put 7000 down, and only 370/month with 5.99%
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This is when it feels good to be "old" and have some cash save up... $29K otd after trade... paid in cash. $0 per month!
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04' GGP
$10,000 down - $435 a month

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i dropped 10g down in cash(literally), and financed at 3.7%....my payments are about 370/month.....but they are lower cause i pay about 500/month since i started payments
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$5k down, $330 a month with 3.9%

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i put 3k down and i pay 581 a month with a 3.9% apr.
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I put 4000 down and pay 400 a month it depends a lot on where your credit score falls under
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does anyone plan on changing their 2001-2005 model IS300 for the new body style one, i'm really thinking on seeing if i can change mine
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I think I put $2,000 down and my payments are about $480 a month. Rate is 4.8%.

Looks like your average price is $400-500 a month.
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I paid 20k for my '01 with 39500 miles on it.

But I financed 15k through my credit union for 60 months with 5.9%.

So I'm paying about $289 a month, but had it split up into two payments, $140 a paycheck.
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Have a 2002... did a lot of research on the net.. paid like 4g out of pocket... lease is 46mos at $350/mos.... with the option to buy at the end for about $18g's...
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