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LeaseCompare.com Releases Top 10 List of New and Used Car Lease Requests

July 31, 2002

Automobile Consumer Services, Inc. (ACS), an online direct-to-consumer auto leasing company, released on July 31 a list of the top 10 most requested vehicles from its auto leasing website www.LeaseCompare.com. According to the list, the Acura MDX 4WD and Porsche 911 topped the most preferred lists of new and used cars which are based on lease quote requests submitted to the website for the second quarter of 2002. The Top 10 Most Requested Models are as follows:

1. New: Acura MDX 4WD;Used: Porsche 911 Carrera
2. New: Acura TL;Used: Chevrolet Corvette
3. New: Volkswagen Passat;Used: BMW 5 Series

4. New: Honda Accord;Used: Porsche Boxster
5. New: BMW 325 Series;Used: Mercedes Benz CLK Class
6. New: Audi A4;Used: Mercedes Benz E Class
7. New: BMW 330 Series;Used: Mercedes Benz S Class
8. New: Honda Odyssey;Used: Mercedes Benz M Class
9. New: Chevrolet Corvette;Used: Audi A4
10. New: BMW 5 Series;Used: BMW 323 Series

"Despite an uncertain economy, our customers are still interested in leasing high-end vehicles," says Tarry Shebesta, president of ACS. "Particularly in the used vehicle market, we have seen strong growth in our business. Individuals are looking to find a better deal but are not willing to sacrifice vehicle comfort and performance." About Automobile Consumer Services, Inc. Based in Cincinnati, Automobile Consumer Services, Inc. (ACS) is a provider of consumer automotive services, including car buying and leasing, fleet resources, vehicle remarketing, and used vehicle sales.

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