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New models--predicting money factor & residuals?

rkelly17rkelly17 Pittsburgh, PAPosts: 69
edited April 2018 in General
My wife and I like the new Subaru Ascent but haven’t seen one in person yet. We are thinking about reserving one with a refundable deposit. I was just curious if anyone knows historically if new models lease better or worse than average? I know depending on demand the rebates/discounts won’t be as high but wondered if money factors / residuals are much different than existing models?

Thank you

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,569
    rkelly17 said:

    My wife and I like the new Subaru Ascent but haven’t seen one in person yet. We are thinking about reserving one with a refundable deposit. I was just curious if anyone knows historically if new models lease better or worse than average? I know depending on demand the rebates/discounts won’t be as high but wondered if money factors / residuals are much different than existing models?

    Thank you

    Popular new models do not lease well, generally

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