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Old 08-14-07, 11:59 AM   #16
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btw, regardless of residual, it doesn't affect my part on the MSD
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you can go check, but i am pretty sure most of the ls460/ls460l have residual of around 50% after 3 yrs. that's the price you pay for luxury cars. price wise it might make sense to get one after 3 yrs, but there are a lot of people who prefer new i personally would prefer to pay more for a brand new car that i know i am the first owner
I understand the feeling you have about buying new.
I use to only buy new and would keep it till the next new thing.
However, after seeing the depreciation that my Lexus and my Mercedes was taking, I am seriously thinking about buying slightly used.
Cars are made so much better now that they can last well over 100,000 miles and I personally would rather use the money saved toward an investment that will give me some returns.
I will always have at least 1 new car in the stable but for daily drivers, getting a nicely used vehicle is not a bad idea.
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I understand the feeling you have about buying new.
I use to only buy new and would keep it till the next new thing.
However, after seeing the depreciation that my Lexus and my Mercedes was taking, I am seriously thinking about buying slightly used.
Cars are made so much better now that they can last well over 100,000 miles and I personally would rather use the money saved toward an investment that will give me some returns.
I will always have at least 1 new car in the stable but for daily drivers, getting a nicely used vehicle is not a bad idea.
and especially with lexus, 3 yrs and say even with 40k miles, it's still going to be rock solid and run like new
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