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Negotiating really depends on demand. If the vehicle is in high demand the dealer does not have the need to give big discounts. Now, if you go to a dealer ready to buy on the last couple days of the month you may be able to get a better deal regardless of demand if they have quotas they are close to hitting. As for the Hybrid vs. Gas vehicle, the Hybrids are definitely not at the perfect balance yet, but they are getting there. The decision is really best based on your driving habits. If you drive a ton of miles then the higher Hybrid cost may be justified quicker. Here is a link to an interesting article that might help you make your decision. http://www.hybridcars.com/suvs-minivans/lexus-rx-400h-overview.html
〉 Answered on Oct 25th, 2007 by Marnie Kramer, Owner and Creator at EverythingCarz.com
When negotiating a lease, there are several options that you can use in getting your price down.
1. The more money you put down, the less the payments will be.
2. The longer the lease (3 years vs. 5 years) will decrease the payments.
3. The amount of mileage per year. If you don
〉 Answered on Oct 25th, 2007 by Susan Givens, Publisher at Auto Success Magazine - System Publishing , Inc.