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  • qbrozen earned the 25000 Comments badge.
    Who’s house? Your house.
    January 9
  • g8orgrant
    We emailed over the summer about the Alfa Romeo. I had the extra FCA certificate for you.

    Re: Q50. I just pulled one from one of the Leasehackr brokers. Came from PA (Faulkner Infiniti). MSRP mid 45's or right at 46 (can't recall, but it's pretty loaded by Q50 standards). For 10K miles w/ 8.625% tax, she's $370 or so and she paid about $800 due at signing (first payment, doc, dmv, tax on rebate). She qualified for the conquest, but didn't have VPP. 10K miles/year, but if you boosted by 3% to get to 15K miles it's probably something like $1400 spread out over 39 months (plus tax), or $40 or so.

    If you don't qualify for the conquest, there's an easy way to get it. Find a VIN for any conquest eligible car. Call your insurance company (or better, if it's an online place like Geico, do it online), add it to your policy for about 2 minutes. Print an insurance card and then car from the policy. Nobody ever asks for a copy of your registration; I've always had luck w/ ins cards.
    December 2018
    • qbrozen
      This is odd. I never saw this message. Just happened to be looking over my profile and spotted it. Thanks for the info. We wound up with an X2.