Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!

2013 and earlier Buick Regal Lease Questions



  • I leases mine about a week and a half ago. Got $3300 in lease cash and $1000 conquest. Plus got credit union member pricing. I rolled in a last payment on Accord which was at mileage limit plus my state has a usage tax i rolled in and the Ally lease fee of $795. I still got done for sub-$300 per month. Very happy with this car so far.
  • zeenzeen Posts: 391
    Quattro: What option packaged did you get?
    I am enjoying mine as well. Still adjusting the the lack of power compared to the Acura TL I had but it's not a real problem. Drove 200 miles yesterday on the highway and I had plenty of power and cruised comfortably between 75-80.
  • Just the base RL1. Non-turbo

    Way more features than my old LX-P Accord. Just a much classier vehicle overall than that car. I agree the lack of power isn't that big of a deal. Much smoother and quieter than the Accord.
  • tmoneyr007tmoneyr007 Posts: 1
    edited February 2011
    Base RL1 (coming from a loaded 07 Accord V6)
    US Bank Incentive (Still have to pay a $395 end of lease fee) But incentive/rates combined were better than Ally in my case.
    $2000 GM Points
    $1000 Conquest
    $600 off MSRP
    $500 Trade-In Equity

    First month at signing plus tax on rebates (~$640)
    $238/month (including taxes) 15K/yr 48 month lease (went longer than a 39 for $2 more a month, because I'm happy paying $238 to drive this car)

    Car could use a little more power and the transmission seems like it needs a software upgrade (not 10000% happy with the shifting) but for the price and the quality of materials, especially the interior, I'm very happy!
  • $33,385 MSRP (19" rims/roof/bi-xenons/black on black), $3300 Ally rebate, $1000 Dealer Cash, $1000 Conquest, Credit Union rebate and we ended up at $31,241 as the starting point of the vehicle. 49% residual, 1.8 (.00075 money factor) 39 months, 12k a year. $2,000 total out of pocket which included sales tax so only about $250 was actual down payment, I was out the door at $320/month, and I think they still ended up sneaking some fees in on me, but I'm still happy.

    Nothing else I drove came close to this car in terms bang for your buck, and I currently have both a BMW and a Mercedes.
  • zeenzeen Posts: 391
    That Regal is smoking hot. Good luck with it. Seems like you got an excellent deal. My dealer told me a Regal GS is due late this year. I wonder if it will have a six.
  • Hello ursvp2. Ally's February base lease rate and residual value for a 39 month lease of a 2011 Buick Regal T06 with 12,000 miles per year are 1.8% and 49%, respectively.

    You need to actually own or be currently leasing a competitive vehicle to qualify for the conquest cash. I don't know how strict GM is, but I suspect that you can't just say "Oh I own an XYZ mobile and leave it at that."

    General Motors is indeed now providing $1,000 dealer cash on the 2011 Regal. I'm not 100% positive that it is compatible with GM's special lease program...but I suspect that it is.

    Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
  • zeenzeen Posts: 391
    Latest deal from same dealer:
    24 month lease 12,000 mi/yr. $129/month
    $325 due at start
    Incentives needed: $2750 lease cash (everyone qualifies), $1000 GM Rebate, $1000 GM loyalty rebate, $1000 GM In-market rebate, $750 USAA rebate $1000 Conquest rebate.
    Question: how does one qualify for conquest and loyalty?
  • Local dealer advertised $209/mo. 27 mo. lease and $0 due at signing for RL1. Went in and found out that there was over $1,000 in upfronts to get the deal. Apparently the rebates for $1,000 GM conquest and $3,300 Ally lease are taxed PLUS Ally charges almost $800 lease origination fee. Not exactly $0 due at signing!
  • From what i gather here there are some nice rebates $1000 plus $3300 on the 2011 Regal for a lease. I usually buy my car but there does not seem to be much off MSRP the best I see is through ZAG at around $2000 off MSRP

    I am interested in a non turbo RL2 MSRP 27,995 Invoice 27,370 Amex Zag is 25,950 using the lease logic i could buy the car for 24,695 but that does not seem able to happen.

    I am not in a rush to buy the car I can wait a few months I believe the cash rebate or dealer incentive has to be increased any thoughts on this.

    Thanks in advance this is a great forum hope you guys and gals can help me get a great deal on a Regal
  • zeenzeen Posts: 391
    I paid $221 per month for 39 months with $2k down after all incentives. MSRP was $26995. My estimate is that you should target $250 per month or lower if you can for the extra $1000 in price.
  • wallet45wallet45 Posts: 6
    Can you provide the money factor and residual for a 36 month lease w/12k miles per year on a '11 Buick Regal Turbo TO7 (MSRP: $35,200)?

    Also can you provide the money factor and residual for a 36 month lease w/12k miles per year on a '11 Buick Regal RL6 (MSRP: $31,780)?

    Lastly, can you list the lease rebates and cash incentives for both modes. Thanks!
  • cea3cea3 Posts: 5
    Where did you see this?! If you remember let me know. I looked online, couldn't find it. I'm located in NJ

    I am looking to lease a Legacy or a Regal. Whatever I can get the best deal on.

  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Here you go wallet45.

    Ally's current base lease rate and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2011 Buick Regal Turbo 7 with 12,000 miles per year are 0.15% and 49%, respectively.

    The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of an '11 Regal Turbo 6 are 0.15% and 50%.

    When negotiating your lease on this car, make sure to take advantage of the $2,400 cash incentive that's available on 36 month leases of it through Ally.

    Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
  • cnote2cnote2 Posts: 58
    looking for 39m 12k lease numbers - Money factor and residual?

    Current lease cash, is the 1k manu to dealer cash available on top of the lease cash? is there conquest or loyalty?

    I am in PA.

    Thanks in advance Carman
  • arlene61arlene61 Posts: 1
    I have leased for the last 11 years -- 3 Pontiac Grand Prix.

    Now I am looking to lease a Buick Regal - 39 month lease. Can I get a lease w/o putting down a fee of $1,000 to $2,500???

    What would a good lease be for a loaded Buick Regal - 6 cylinder for 39 months?
  • rrbhokiesrrbhokies Posts: 108
    I was told today that the Regal CXL Turbo with package 4 had a residual of 46% (15K miles) and 1.1% rate. Seems like the residual was as much as 54% last year and has dropped significantly, which is increasing the lease prices. I guess it's because the 2011 has been out almost a year now? You can go to KBB and see that they already list it as a used car and depreciation of over $2K.

    So, it's a double whammy trying to lease one now. First, you are paying more per month, plus if you buy it out at the end, it's already depreciated alot.

    Also, dealer said if I wanted to buy the car at the end of the lease, there is an additional $2,500 surcharge on top of the buyout price. Haven't heard of that before. Finance guy said it's because they don't want you to buy the car at the end and force you into a new car. Does this $2,500 fee really exist?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 27,671
    There are multiple posts about the $2500 purchase option fee through Ally Bank..

    Seems counter-productive for a bank. Most banks encourage lessees to buy their cars at lease-end, so they don't have to worry about the wholesale value of the car. Seems strange to dis-incentivize that...

    Prices Paid, Lease Questions, SUVs

  • magicbob1magicbob1 Posts: 8
    Good morning,

    Could you tell me the name & phone of the dealer offering this at $209 mo?

    Even with $1000 upfront instead of 0 down it appears to be a good deal because I am not on the $1000 market retention rebate list.

    Thanks for your help!

  • magicbob1magicbob1 Posts: 8
    Good morning,

    Could you tell me the name & phone of the dealer offering this at $99 and then $129 mo?

    Even though I might not qualify for some of the rebates I'd like to see my lease price with those added back into the lease.

    I am in NJ.

    Thanks for your help!

This discussion has been closed.