Question about 2006 Lexus LF
If you were in the market right now for an Lf, would you go with the 06 or wait for the 07? What sort of deals do you think are available for 06s since the 07 is right around the corner?
That's a good question. I LOVE the looks of the 07, but for the first 6 months at least, they'll be so hot, you won't be able to touch one for sticker probably. Likely there'll be add-on stickers as much as $10,000 at first. So, I would probably get the 06, hopefully at a very deep discount now, and wait for the 08 to come out before upgrading. Eliminates first year issue syndrome as well, although with a Toyota, it's not usually a bad experience.
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