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Now that initial deliveries are at hand, and more coming soon, one would think that GM has made a decision on if/how it will lease C7s. Does anyone know if there are any programs...lease, finance, employee purchase, etc.? Call me crazy, but wth such rave reviews, one would think that GM may want low mileage C7s for resale in 24 or 36 months. Satisfied customers will potentially lease a new C7 and certified pre-owned C7s become prospects for the future new vehicle purchases.
 

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As of today there is no lease option available for the C7.
Perhaps not from GM but I'm sure your local finance manager can hook you up with a local or national leasing company.
 

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banks and everyone is waiting for a company named ALG to peg it...I have searched Bank of A and others - and am waiting.. they should have a residual this week or so...

https://www.alg.com/
 

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According to my dealer you cannot lease a C7 from anyone. They had a customer come in to pick up his c7 last week and he wanted to lease it and the dealer said no can't do it buy it or walk away.
 

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According to my dealer you cannot lease a C7 from anyone. They had a customer come in to pick up his c7 last week and he wanted to lease it and the dealer said no can't do it buy it or walk away.
Interesting, I guess this is the classic example of early adopter. I would expect leases should be available in short order, the banks and finance companies want in on the action.
 

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Interesting, I guess this is the classic example of early adopter. I would expect leases should be available in short order, the banks and finance companies want in on the action.
What's the over/under on residual? Maybe there's a line in Vegas.
 

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From a manufacturer standpoint leasing this early wouldn't make sense, why would they want to send them into the use car market and take potential sales away from the new car market? Until there's more than enough to go around it wouldn't pay to "incentivize" the public to purchase their product. Now's the time to make hay while the sun is shining.
 
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