How they tell it's legit? Same way they do with license plates, drivers license, and handicap placards. They check them.
I love cars, but the problem is they are like schroedinger's hobby. They're always in a quantum superstate of being both awesome and a huge waste of time and money... until observation momentarily forces them into one state or another.
Last edited by joe97; 02-28-2012 at 02:20 PM.
I haven't desked a Volt lease, but with the LEAF, we had a $7,500 rebate from NMAC. If a customer couldn't take full advantage of the tax credit, they'd lease to get the money, and then buy out the lease later on.
Normal Volt lease across the rest of the country is $350/mo. I would do it if I drove less.
- A bunch of old, tough, unbreakable German iron
- One temperamental, stubborn, fragile Italian thing
I hated leases like this back when I worked in sales, as people would see a cheap lease like this on a $40k car, and then they'd want to lease a different $40k car for the same price and wouldn't believe me when I said we couldn't get close.
Can I get this deal on a car I actually want?
"2 tone paint jobs are for wusses.. I rock 4 tone"
'96 Harlequin Golf 2.0-8v, '12 Fiat 500 Abarth 1.4t-16v, '91 Jetta GLi 2.0-16v, '90 Passat GL 2.0-16v
'91 Jeep Cherokee 4.0l-8v, '70 Dart Swinger 340-4v, '70 Chevy C-10 250-1v, '91 Ninja 600R