2016 Cruze Premier RS
Taken from my dash cam.
Last edited by Aussie; 01-11-2017 at 07:25 PM.
2012 Holden Cruze CDX Diesel, Nitrate Silver,
Tinted windows, SRI-V wheels. Built July 2012, MY13 model
2013 with 41k
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As for the lease option, let's try these numbers: A quick web search is offering a 2017 Cruze for $19,900 or $230/month for 48 months with a 10,000 miles/year allowance.
For simplicity, let's assume that you keep a car until it has no significant resale value. At $230/month, you'd have to keep that $19,000 car for 7.2 years before you start to come out ahead by buying.
But if you're the type that sells cars after 4 years, you'd have to get more than $8,860 in trade-in. A quick check on KBB on a 2012 Cruze suggests that's optimistic.
'89 Corsica LT Hatchback 2.8L/Auto
'67 Chevy II, 250 ci/auto
Am I the only one that understands this???
I bought my '66 chevelle in '87 or '88 for $2500, but that's another story.
Last edited by BU54; 01-12-2017 at 08:06 AM.