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Looks fine, as long as the residual is OK.Do you two actually like it, or do you merely find it meh??
@Chris: Meh. The Civic has to go and she wants something "high". She also wants excellent greenhouse visibility.
Then with not something like a Ford Edge or the like?
If you want a Land Rover with a greenhouse, go for the LR4. Maybe a 2011 for 2/5ths what it cost new. Otherwise, a Subaru Forester is tough to beat, won't depreciate as badly, has most of the same creature comforts, is sturdier should you want to keep it longer than 3 years, and only lacks the same badge cachet.
@Pete: If it's a RR/LR product, I'd only feel comfortable getting a new one under warranty and getting rid of it after a few years.
Although I doubt it is any more inspiring to you, what about the X1? From a pure (leasing) value perspective, it might be worth it - that is, BMW is notorious for having slightly jacked up residual values. Which might work in your favor if you found one lightly optioned (but it's a BMW so that is probably a pipe dream)
@Chris: The X1 and X3 don't do it for me, at all.
Yeah, for me either. I'm having a hard time thinking outside the box on this one.
i saw an f-pace in the wild the other day and thought it looked very nice. we all need some ian callum goodness in our lives...
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