A big congratulations goes to Julian of Media, Pennsylvania…
He snagged a Hyundai Elantra Sport for just $175.56 a month – no money down… sign and drive.
While most of my clients aim for the 1% rule…
Julian busted this barrier. Because the MSRP on this car was $25,160. This smashes the 1% rule and comes in at an obscenely low .69% of the MSRP.
Here is Julian’s new ride:
In a glance of the lease agreement, we know Julian got a fantastic car leasing deal…
Because the “Rent Charge” was just $183.25:
(Normally, the rent charge is 9.5% to 10.0% of the MSRP – that would be more than $2,500.00.)
Julian agreed to be interviewed. Adjust your speakers and click the play button to hear it:
UPDATE: 7/7/2017 – I followed up with Julian and asked how he liked his new Hyundai Elantra Sport (Premium)… here is what he wrote back to me:
It may well be the best big ticket item purchase for such a low price that I’ve ever done in my life.
Girlfriend and I went on a trip 2 weeks ago to Utah and rented a Camaro Convertible (we also tried the mustang version). Both cars are over $35,000 MSRP, the Camaro as driven with all features was $40,000. My gf and I both agreed my car not only comes better equipped, it also gets better gas mileage, handles just as well if not better, and feels just as fast (their 0-60 times are within .3 seconds of one another). And yet, to lease that Camaro would be $400-500 a month. I’m only paying $175.
She also wishes she bought my car now instead of her Hyundai Tucson. The car is that good.
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