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How do I negotiate the best lease? Can I use a seperate leasing company than one my dealer is selling? Looking for tips. 2011 BMW 750i Sport...

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Check with the company you work for or your credit union for a lease Do not get a lease from the dealer unless it is a commercial fleet lease.

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