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New Infiniti G35 Debuts No. 2 on Top 10 List

January 28, 2003

Automobile Consumer Services, Inc. (ACS), an online direct-to-consumer auto leasing company, released a list of the top 10 most requested vehicles from its auto leasing website for the fourth quarter of 2002. The Infiniti G35 debuted at number two on the list.
The Top 10 Most Requested Models
1. Honda Accord
2. Infiniti G35
3. Acura MDX 4WD
4. BMW 330 Series
5. BMW 325 Series
6. Audi A4
7. Honda Pilot
8. Mercedes Benz E Class
9. Volkswagen Passat
10. BMW 5 Series Used
1. Porsche 911 Carrera
2. BMW 5 Series
3. Porsche Boxster
4. Mercedes Benz S Class
5. Mercedes Benz CLK Class
6. Porsche 911 Turbo
7. Chevrolet Corvette
8. BMW 330 Series
9. BMW 7 Series
10. Mercedes Benz CL Class Tarry Shebesta, president and owner of ACS, notes, "Low-interest financing also has many consumers buying out current leases that were written when interest rates were higher and releasing through Consumers are taking advantage of any savings opportunities they can find." provides a tool to evaluate lease options from a number of lending sources in real time. Customers can lock in the lease payment they like and in a matter of minutes apply for credit online. As an independent leasing company, says it facilitates the entire leasing process.
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