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  • Thank you for the info. I am new to leasing and trying to learn everything I need to know. I also noticed after that vin# didn't match the car. I didn't get a good vibe from the beginning at that dealership. I have emailed another dealership which is offering 2018 LT with an MSRP of $36,015. $4800 in discounts $5830 in rebates with zero drive off and zero down $345 including tax on 12k/3 year. This is what I was offered through email. Do you recommend that I ask for the complete charges or can you tell me if this seems right. Thank you in advance!
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