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38,515I don't believe that US Bank charges an acquisition fee on any leases.

Just about all leases nowadays are closed-end and Volvo's are no exception.

I'm not 100% positive, but I believe that gap insurance is included on Volvo leases at no additional cost.

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138,515This lease program is scheduled to run through June 30th, but Volvo might make some unscheduled changes to it for June. It's difficult to say exactly what automakers will do with their future programs.

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3Here's what I got.

MSRP: $46,645 convenience, climate, BLIS, Personal Comm.

Negotiated Price: $43,347 + $995 acquisition

MF: .00124

Residual: 52%

12,000 miles / 36 months

This is in San Diego.

Hope it's good because the car is in my garage already!

40,873What's the payment and upfront money?

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3Upfront was 1499.99 which is first, dmv, taxes, etc.

My cap reduction was a whopping $140

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21thanks

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1Thanks in advance for any input!

238,515The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a 2012 model are .00178 and 54%.

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138Thanks,

38,515The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a FWD model are .00178 and 52%.

Volvo runs its special lease through US Bank. US Bank charges a $695 acquisition fee on leases.

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2838,515It is true to some degree that banks got fairly burned by overestimating vehicles' residual values prior to the credit crisis. They were uber conservative coming out of it, but have loosened up somewhat lately. It doesn't hurt that the values of used vehicles is very strong right now.

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2I am looking at 2012 3.2 FWD Prem. Plus, +BLIS, +Climate, for 36 mos. lease with 12k miles, or a 2012 T6 with same options and same terms. Thanks so very much!

38,515The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of an XC60 T6 Prem. Plus FWD are .00122 and 51%.

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1For XC60 3.2 AWD Premier Plus w climate package & blind spot

MSRP 43045

Residual 52%

MF: 0.00122

10,000 miles/year for 36 mos

If I am thinking about making an offer what will be a godd starting point? 38,500 sound reasonable starting point?

90Do you have the the following December money factors and residuals:

T-6 R-Design for 36 and 48 months 15k per year

T-6 Premier Plus for 36 and 48 months 15k per year

3.2 AWD Premier Plus for 36 and 48 months 15k per year

Thanks

38,515The numbers for the XC60 T6 Premier Plus are .00122 / 50% and .00148 / 39%.

The numbers for the XC60 3.2 Premier Plus AWD are .00122 / 49% and .00148 / 38%.

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2Can you advise of current money factors and residuals for an XC-60 with the Premier Plus package for 3 yrs and 12,000 miles/year.

Invoice for the car (with a few other options) was $42,740 and they agreed to $41,500 (the XC-60 is really tough to find here in Dallas for whatever reason). Without giving me the money factor or residual, they are saying a 3 yr/36k mile lease would be $731 after a $3000 down payment. That number just doesn't make any sense to me. It's basically the same as the 60 month loan at 2.9%.

Thanks in advance.

90I would ask for A-plan pricing. It equates to invoice pricing and basically almost anyone can qualify for it. You can find the eligibility list on the Volvo of Dallas website.

Based on last months numbers of .00122 money factor and 48% residual, that $731 doesn't seem too far off. I get about $680 a month on my lease calculator taking into account the fact that Texas charges the full tax price of the car on the lease.

I don't know if the $3000 was all cap cost reduction or included other fees, but it is likely the dealership is marking up the money factor a bit to get to that $731 number.

This car is a better purchase candidate at 2.9% APR for 60 or 72 months.

Also, is this at Park Place or Volvo of Dallas?

90Can you tell me if the above numbers have changed since last month?

2Sorry that wasn't clear. Yes, the MSRP was 42,740 and they came down to 41,500. This was Park Place. I'll check the Volvo of Dallas website.

After asking twice for the residual and money factor, they finally came back with 48% and .00163. With 3000 down (basically the sales tax) they calculated the lease payment as $669. I was wondering if the money factor really went up that much from December to January.

We're still considering the purchase option... Just not sure we will want to keep it for that long as the main consideration.

Thanks again.

3I drove a 2012 XC60 with premier and climate packages awd 3.2, i was told the sticker was around 37.5k, with the inception fee 0f 4200 does a 36month 10k mile per yea lease at $531 month sound reasonable? It was their first offer but i had to leave the dealership in a hurry not sure how low it can go from there, the rsidua was .58. Thanks

90It sounds like the money factor is the same as last month and they are marking it up by .00041, which I think might be the maximum allowed. Tell them you want the base rate money factor.

Also, make sure you are being given the base acquisition fee of $795.