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Lexus allowing outright purchase of LFA in U.S., demands right of first refusal if you try to sell it

by Sam Abuelsamid (RSS feed) on Aug 5th, 2010 at 12:32PM

Shortly after the LFA supercar was unveiled last fall, Lexus announced that it would only be available to lease in the U.S. Toyota's intent was to drive speculators out of the market for its $375,000 supercar by forcing owners to hold onto the car for at least two years. Once the lease was up, customers would then have the option to buy the car outright. That two-year lease, by the way, costs the princely sum of nearly $300,000, which Lexus wants upfront as part of its 1Pay Lease Program rather than in monthly installments. Lexus has apparently had a slight change of heart. According to... Read More

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