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Life imitates Art already--here's an article about Formula E racing:While we're off talking cars, here's a cute cartoon I came across about green cars and self-driving cars.
Well, perhaps you'll get the lease "as is". It's not recommended to put a lot of money up front on a lease, regardless of where the money goes. It's not just your FICO that counts--it's also your credit to debt ratio at the moment. I think it will also depend on what kind of small SUV you try to lease. Kia might be more lenient than BMW for instance.
UnLess I'm misinterpreting your motive for doing this, I would say it's not viable because the leasing institution will or will not grant you a lease based on whether you qualify initially, for the terms of the lease. I don't think your offer of pre-paying on lease payments would change their credit requirement. Besides, why would you want to give them the 12 month "float" on your money?
Pretty easy to ID the brand, but isn't this a beautiful dashboard to look at every day?
Sounds like a misfire problem but sometimes these are tricky to differentiate from torque converter issues. Hopefully the dealer's scan tools will ferret this out.