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This message was sent to me:

Being that our sales figures for the year are slightly behind pace,
and the fact that we are receiving two extra truckloads 2001 Lexus IS300
vehicles, feel free to offer a few of your internet leads our employee sale.
Also, please remind them of the Huge Lexus December to Remember Sales Event
going on through the end of the month. There will be Excellent discounts on
all our in stock vehicles.


December to Remember IS300 Sale
Every year-end Northtown Lexus puts together a special employee lease with a great discount. We have never had a lease this in expensive.

Must be in stock

Employee must have Premier Credit TRW Score of 720 or greater

39 Month Lease 12,000 miles per year

MSRP $31,100 to $31,150 $34,245 to $34,295

First Payment $329.00 $369.00
Security Deposit $0.00 $0.00
Bank Fee $450.00 $450.00
Cash Down $1,995.00 $1,995.00
Taxes/Trans Plates $1,238.08 $1,362.89
Total C.O.D. $4,012.08 $4,176.89

*15,000 miles per year add $24 per month
*Rear Spoilers add $19 per month
* This offer not valid with any other types of discounts or promotions.


David DiPasquale
General Manager

[This message has been edited by TEG (edited December 05, 2000).]

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Does this deal only apply to IS?

I want to know if there are any possibility for discounts on RX300 with Navigation package. My mother is looking to buy a new car soon.

Also, how much discount can I expect for purchase rather than leasing. I am also looking to get a 2nd IS for another relative.

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Northtown Lexsus is located in Amherst, NY (suburb of Buffalo). Since this area is having a lot of snow lately (today 12/6, too), these RWD cars are hard to sell, I guess. They are decent in sales, but service department needs a little improvemtnt, especially car wash. BTW, I wonder why TEG received the message from them?? Do you want snow from us?
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