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    Default lease/finance a Subaru

    Wondering what is a rough price estimate to lease or finance a WRX or STI?

    If anyone has got a quote please let me know.

    If this is to personal then don't answer, or can PM me.
    Thanks.

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    www.subaru.ca has a price quote calculator. Now's the time to buy, if you're going to buy.

    Butt-ugly grill for 2006 w/ increased finance rates (~5%) just can't beat a nice 2005 at ~3.8%. 1.8% if you buy the vanilla Impreza or the sport package Impreza.

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    to finance a STI is about 920-930 a month for 60 months with 0 down

    to lease a STi for 48 months and have a 20000k buy out at the end is about 760-830 a month, depending on the interest rate

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    2005 WRX STi

    Finance - 48 months
    Transmission: Manual
    Vehicle Price: $47,995.00
    Deposit: $4,799.50
    Balance to Finance: $43,195.50
    APR: 5.8%
    Period of loan: 48 months
    Total payable: $51,649.14
    Charge for credit: $5,429.95
    Monthly cost: $1,076.02

    Finance - 24 months
    Transmission: Manual
    Vehicle Price: $47,995.00
    Deposit: $4,799.50
    Balance to Finance: $43,195.50
    APR: 5.8%
    Period of loan: 60 months
    Total payable: $53,098.56
    Charge for credit: $6,879.37
    Monthly cost: $884.98

    Lease - 48 months
    Transmission = Manual
    Vehicle Price = $47,995.00
    Deposit = $4,799.50
    Balance to Finance = $43,195.50
    APR = 5.8%
    Period of loan = 48 months
    Total payable = $33,891.84
    Security Deposit = $750.00
    Charge for credit = $7,197.27
    Monthly cost = $706.08

    geez taken straight off www.subaru.ca in like 5 min...wtf i just did your dirrty work lol haha

    have a nice night

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    Damn 5.8% is pretty good...are they not selling these things?
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    Originally posted by Redlyne_mr2
    Damn 5.8% is pretty good...are they not selling these things?
    I got it for 5.8% 2 years ago as well.


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    awesome, I try to go on there and the calculator dones't work for me, must be my POS computer.

    Thanks for the help

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    Originally posted by Redlyne_mr2
    Damn 5.8% is pretty good...are they not selling these things?
    No, they have to be competitive with the banks.

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    5.8% on a rare STi is definitely a deal. How many STI are allocated in Canada each year?

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    I've heard anywhere from 350 to 500 STi's a year. They're starting to be pretty common in Edmonton. I see a couple a day when I'm looking for them.

    Unfortunently I won't be ready to buy until September so I'll probably have to settle for an 06 unless I can find a used one.

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