This helped tremendously thank you!
Fine choice for a car. The 2015's seem really nice. I'm probably not telling you anything you don't know, but watch the miles, keep it in good condition and you'll be a happy Subaru leaser.
There's a couple of things I would warn about:
1.) Watch for them trying to play with the lease factor (interest rate). If you multiply the lease factor by 2400 you'll convert it to the interest rate (i.e. a .00250 is a 6% interest rate). I had a bozo salesman trying to tell me that a lease is better than buying because the lease factor was a lower number.
2.) Make sure you're still getting the car for a reasonable price. They'll blow up the price of the car in a heartbeat if they can. Keep an eye on the price of the car and make sure it's pricing is reasonable and that the dealer isn't trying to screw you with add-ons, unnecessary fees. Do your research have a price range, trade value, etc. in mind and stick to your guns.
3.) Shop your business around. Car dealers hate it, but it only benefits you. You won't get the best deal from the first place you try to do business with, but if you're persistent and can pit multiple dealers against each other, you'll get a good price on the car.
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