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Hey everyone. I currently drive a Dinan S2 335i, and I now have less than a year remaining on the lease. In my search for an eventual replacement, I've driven the new E9X M3 several times now (both 6MT and DCT versions) as well as the C63 AMG. Both impressive machines with their own distinct advantages/disadvantages.

I've found there to be no good deals to be had with the M3 right now, whereas I have been offered at least $10,000 off of well-equipped C63. However, I am looking to lease and even with a hefty discount, the C63 lease options right now are absolutely absurd.

Would anyone care to share whether or not they are leasing the IS-F, and how much the monthly payment is? Like the title asks: Are there any good deals to be had on the '09 IS-F right now? Any financial incentives or anything of that sort?

Thanks in advance.
 

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I would say no as far as leasing goes. The deals to be had are on the lightly used 2008 IS-Fs that you may find at your dealer or on the web. That was the route I took and I'm happy with it. But call your dealer, if they have an F sitting on the lot, they may work out a lease deal for you.
 

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Honestly, I'm planning to find an 08 with low miles when my time comes.

From what I see, you can save 15-20K that way and still get a really nice car. My friend is a retired Toyota Master mechanic and is going to help me check everything out. I detail cars, so this car will get a little make over and a few mods.
 

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I would say no as far as leasing goes. The deals to be had are on the lightly used 2008 IS-Fs that you may find at your dealer or on the web. That was the route I took and I'm happy with it. But call your dealer, if they have an F sitting on the lot, they may work out a lease deal for you.
Honestly, I'm planning to find an 08 with low miles when my time comes.

From what I see, you can save 15-20K that way and still get a really nice car. My friend is a retired Toyota Master mechanic and is going to help me check everything out. I detail cars, so this car will get a little make over and a few mods.
Thanks for the replies guys. I appreciate it.
 

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I know you said lease...I bought my F but my thoughts are the Lexus Dec. to Remember event was when the best financing deals came along...for ex, I got 0.9% on my F (36 mos)...it was 1.9% for 48 and 2.9% for 60.

I just asked what Lexus finance rates were now and was told around 7%...yikes.

Just keep reading this site and Club Lexus to see what's going on with pricing...for ex, there was $5k incentive money to dealers to move '08 F's...that ended 6/30...but just recently Lexus came out with 4K on the same car...doesn't make sense to me why it's less, but you may see some of this on '09's soon, who knows....so far, it all seems to be for the '08's since there were so many of them sitting on lots.
 

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I know you said lease...I bought my F but my thoughts are the Lexus Dec. to Remember event was when the best financing deals came along...for ex, I got 0.9% on my F (36 mos)...it was 1.9% for 48 and 2.9% for 60.

I just asked what Lexus finance rates were now and was told around 7%...yikes.

Just keep reading this site and Club Lexus to see what's going on with pricing...for ex, there was $5k incentive money to dealers to move '08 F's...that ended 6/30...but just recently Lexus came out with 4K on the same car...doesn't make sense to me why it's less, but you may see some of this on '09's soon, who knows....so far, it all seems to be for the '08's since there were so many of them sitting on lots.
Thanks for the info!
 
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