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LeaseCompare.com Names Most Requested Vehicles to Lease

September 25, 2009

CINCINNATI — Automobile Consumer Services Inc. (ACS), a provider of online direct-to-consumer auto leasing and financing, released a list of the top 10 most requested new and used vehicles from its auto leasing Website, www.LeaseCompare.com. Information was collected during the first half of 2009 from more than 2 million lease quote requests.

“Last fall when GMAC, Chrysler and several banks exited the leasing business, consumers were left with fewer options,” says Tarry Shebesta, president of ACS. “ACS’s determination and commitment to service the leasing market through its strategic banking relationships has helped consumers continue to enjoy the many benefits of leasing.”

The Top 10 Most Requested New-Car Models

1. Audi A4
2. Honda Accord
3. Honda Civic (h)
4. Infiniti G37
5. Toyota Camry (h)
6. Chevrolet Corvette
7. Volkswagen Jetta
8. Nissan Altima (h)
9. Cadillac CTS
10. Mini Cooper

(h) = hybrid available for this model

The Top 10 Most Requested Used-Car Models

1. Porsche 911 Carrera
2. Chevrolet Corvette
3. Infiniti G35
4. Honda Civic
5. Honda Accord
6. Audi A4
7. BMW M3
8. Nissan 350Z
9. Ford Mustang
10. Mini Cooper

LeaseCompare.com provides an interactive tool to instantly evaluate new- and used-vehicle leasing versus financing options from a number of banks and credit unions. Customers can lock in the lease or loan offer they like and apply for credit online.

To view a complete list of vehicle rankings, visit http://www.LeaseCompare.com.

To view a comparison of all hybrid models and lease payments, visit http://www.leasecompare.com/hybrid_car_lease_quotes.php

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