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January 06, 1995 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-06

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LEXUS OF LANSING

The Relentless Pursuit of Perfection

Sleek Fashions
At Auto Show

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he Birmingham-based
company, Productions
Plus, has been busy mak-
ing models sleek on the
showroom floor.
Productions Plus provides
most of the talent seen on the na-

partner Harriet Fuller runs the
11-year-old company.
Once clients choose their nar-
rators, Ms. Fuller begins the
wardrobe process. She does most
of the buying in New York,
Chicago and Detroit. Expect to
see attractive suits,
jackets or slacks.
Nissan chose de-
signer Emanuel Un-
garo. The look was
color coordinated
with the 300ZX and
Maxima for Nissan.
Toyota went with de-
signer Ellen Tracy in
red and navy fashion
separates.
The jacket sports
gold braiding and
gold buttons. All the
talent representing
Infiniti will wear
navy and wine. Fe-
male narrators wear
Ellen Tracy fashions will be shown with Toyota
a Bicci pantsuit with
automobiles.
long jackets that are
lion-wide auto circuit. The staff cut-a-way in front and accented
spends hours auditioning local by peach buttons and a white
talent, dressing, fitting, script- rose. The men wear Hugo Boss
ing, rehearsing and coordinating suits.
details involved in getting the
Productions Plus will repre-
models and product specialists sent Infiniti, Nissan, Pontiac,
ready for the event.
Buick, Toyota, Subaru and Suzu-
"We spend most of the year ki in the upcoming auto show
preparing for these shows," said Jan. 7-15 at Cobo Hall. El
Margery Krevsky, who with

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The Relentless Pursuit

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o lease or buy is a hot
question for car shoppers
this year.
Since 1988, the number
of leased cars in the United
States has risen more than 50
percent, or about one in every five
new vehicles per year, according
to Consumers Union which pub-
lishes Consumer Reports maga-
zine.
More and more people are
choosing to lease their cars for one
simple reason: money. Monthly
lease payments typically are
much lower than those on a loan
to buy a new car, and the down
payment or up-front costs in a
lease are also significantly less.
And because you can deduct
some lease payment and car-re-
lated expenses from your taxes
— up to 100 percent if the car is
used exclusively for business —
the lease option, long attractive
to businesses, is becoming more
so to consumers.
The lease also is especially ap-

pealing to those who want luxu-
ry vehicles; Consumers Union
estimates as many as half of
them are now leased.
Take a look at some numbers
from Ford: a Taurus GL four-door
listed for just over $18,000 would
require a $1,500 down payment
and $395 per month for 48
months to purchase, compared to
a refundable security deposit of
$300 and $285 a month for a 24-
month lease. A Lincoln Mark VDT
listed at $34,811 would require a
$2,000 down payment and $809
per month for 48 months to buy,
compared to a refundable secu-
rity deposit of $500 and $494 per
month for a 24-month lease.
So why doesn't everyone just
lease if it's so much less costly?
Here are the realities to con-
sider:
• If you lease a car, you never
own it nor do you ever build eq-
uity in it. At the end of the lease
term, you must give back the car.
• You are still responsible for

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