Genesis Coupe 2.0T versus Camaro 2LT

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  1. Vedya

    Vedya There Is No Substitute...

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    What about used cars? I assume (Due to the nature of the cars that you are considering) that you want something sporty. Why not a used Acura RSX or Tl? Lexus IS300 is also a good bet.
     
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    Nissan 370Z :)
     
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    2nded....:) Im sure he wants those back seats though :p
     
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    370z is just slightly out of my price range. very nice car though, thanks for the suggestion
     
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    im glad to hear that, it's good to know when people know how much they should and shouldn't spend :)
     
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    Hey guys,

    Decided on the Genesis Coupe 3.8L Grand Touring. I liked the spoiler, but I heard that the track suspension was way too harsh for normal driving.

    Tell me if you think this is fair please, this is the final deal right now and I sign tomorrow....

    $5500 down including all taxes, fees, first month payment, $2500 on a trade-in (my 02 sunfire), $240/mo for 36 months
     
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    That looks good.

    How much miles per year?
     
  9. Jakamo5

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    12k. I figured I would use a bit more but 15k is the next step, and I know it's better to get less and pay for a little bit over than pay for too much and not use it all...

    also, just to be clear, the 5500 down doesn't include the trade-in, which they valued at 2500
     
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    Just be aware of the cost-per-mile for anything over 12k per year! It varies but usually runs 15-20 cents/mile. So an overage of 5,000 miles would cost $750 at the end of the lease (at $.15/per).
     
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