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Top 10 Most Requested Vehicles to Lease

May 5, 2005

Automobile Consumer Services, Inc. (ACS), an online direct-to-consumer auto lessor, released its list of the top 10 most requested vehicles from www.LeaseCompare.com for the first quarter of 2005. The Infiniti G35 holds the number one spot, as it has for the last two years. The Top 10 Most Requested ModelsNew Car Rankings1st Qtr - 4th Qtr2005 - 2004 - Make & Model1 - 1 - Infiniti G352 - 4 - BMW 5 Series3 - 3 - Acura TL4 - 2 - BMW 330 Series5 - 8 - BMW 325 Series6 - nl(a) - Honda Accord7 - 7 - Audi A48 - 9 - Acura MDX9 - 5 - Mercedes E Class10 - 6 - Chevrolet CorvetteUsed Car Rankings1st Qtr - 4th Qtr2005 - 2004 - Make & Model1 - 1 - BMW 330 Series2 - 3 - BMW 5 Series3 - 4 - Mercedes Benz E Class4 - 3 - Porsche 911 Carrera5 - nl(a) - Infiniti G356 - nl(a) - BMW 325 Series7 - 6 - Mercedes Benz SL Class8 - nl(a) - Porsche Boxster9 - nl(a) - Audi A410 - 5 - Mercedes Benz CLK Classnl(a) = not previously listedNot only has the G35 dominated the top spot for the last two years on the new list, but for the first time it has broken through on the used list. The G35 debuted with the BMW 325 and the Audi A4 as popular used car leases for the first quarter of 2005. These three favorite vehicles also appear on both lists showing that they hold their appeal to customers over time.
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