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  • avatar MrShift@Edmunds 12/11/08 5:41 pm PST

    Sure you can negotiate but it might be premature. I'd wait until you are close to last payment. They would have to reclaim the car, clean it, and ship it to auction, so they might very well want to save all that expense. Many banks or lending institutions do not wish to become used car dealers with lots of inventory.

    Go for it!

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  • mike8403 12/11/08 4:58 pm PST

    you would have to talk to the company that you are leasing it from. or you could wait until feb 09 and after your done leasing the vehicle you should ask them about buying it and talking them down.

  • MrShift@Edmunds 12/11/08 5:41 pm PST

    Sure you can negotiate but it might be premature. I'd wait until you are close to last payment. They would have to reclaim the car, clean it, and ship it to auction, so they might very well want to save all that expense. Many banks or lending institutions do not wish to become used car dealers with lots of inventory.

    Go for it!

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