- Genesis Model Type
- Genesis G70
The process for OEM captive finance companies doing a lease extensions is pretty standardized. Prior to the end of your lease, the finance company will call you to ask your intention at end of lease (turn it back to dealer or buy it). If you ask to do a lease extension, they have a process in place to do so but usually will ask you "why" you want to need a lease extension. It could be any number of reasons from "I am waiting for the next model year to come out and want to keep this car a few more months" to "I travel for work frequently and need more time to arrange my lease turn it", stuff like that.When you extend the lease do your monthly payments stay the same or change? Do you negotiate new terms and service agreement or the old one gets extended?
I'm a whole ball of undecided about Laguna Niguel. I'm going to post a review thread once I have everything sorted out and my thoughts collected. May take a week or so. I'm leaning towards good, but I don't want to speak too early. Feel free to DM me if you need information soonerHas anyone had good experiences with specific dealerships in socal.
I was in there Tuesday afternoon and was surrounded by salespeople that had never seen one. I'm glad to see they have them and also glad they don't have one with the color/package I just went 1100 miles to pick up on Monday. That would have been a real kick in the teeth.Arapahoe Genesis in Colorado called and emailed me today to let me now that they have received a "limited number" of G70's that are available immediately "first come, first served." I have not gone to see any yet nor do I know what models and trims they got in.
Just realized I'm pissed they haven't called me yet, I left my name with a guy 3-4 weeks ago.Arapahoe Genesis in Colorado called and emailed me today to let me now that they have received a "limited number" of G70's that are available immediately "first come, first served." I have not gone to see any yet nor do I know what models and trims they got in.
I was able to drive a RWD 3.3T in Vegas back in early February, so I knew I definitely wanted the car. I had not seen the color in person, so I was glad it turned out to look as I expected.I saw your photos from the border in the other thread, impressive journey for the new wheels! had you driven one before or did you take your first test drive in michigan?
i was talking to dealers in utah and missouri before deciding i just dont have time to mess w/ a new car before my current lease ends so i extended the lease and will let the CO market mature over a few months and hopefully at least one more dealer pops up.
other than that i am still strongly considering the audi s3 and will need to drive both a few times before i decide probably. i love the size and power for my primarily urban driving w/ a drive up the canyons on the weekend.