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35113As was pointed out, my lingo wasn't quite right, but I don't think that impacts the math. While I'm posting, there is one further question. Based on the incentives page on Edmunds.com, it looks like there is dealer cash available. Do you think that would be available on a lease?

13102I'm paying $374 monthly for 39 months and the only cash I had to come up with was the first month's payment.

I would highly recommend Liberty Buick in Peoria, AZ. to anyone who lives in the Phoenix area. No dickering. They give you their best deal up front. I worked the whole deal over the internet. The only question was the trade-in allowance and they gave me a generous deal.

I will be happy to furnish the internet salesman I dealt with if anyone is interested.

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1022014 Buick Enclave Premium Edition

3Rebate is at $2700

Trade in value $10350 (owe 8160)

MSRP is 27995, selling price is 27315 (includes my supplier discount).

Lease is through Ally 39month/15k miles per year and a 45% residual value.

298 a month with about 806 due at signing.

Do these numbers add up? Not sure if I am happy with the deal. If I could get the dealer down anothe 2k I am more willing.

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6Will you please quote me the current lease incentives at rates (residual and money factor) for a 2011 Regal CXL Turbo T07 w/6sp Manual 36-month lease w/12k miles per year? Also, which current retail and lease incentives are combinable? Thanks!

16I was hoping you might be able to provide the current lease rate and residual percentage for both the 36 month and 39 month Regal Turbo T06 low-mileage leases? (12,000 miles/yr or even 10,000 miles/yr if it's being offered on this vehicle)

Also, is the Ally $3,300 lease incentive still being offered on the 36 month lease in June? Any other leasing incentives I should know about on this particular vehicle?

Thank you,

Colin

38,515GM is currently providing a $2,700 cash incentive on leases of this car through Ally.

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38,515The cash incentive for 36 month leases of this car through Ally is now $2,700.

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116If I'm looking at a purchase price of $31,639 for this car (MSRP $33,190), with the stats you've quoted above, what can i expect either a 36-month or a 39-month lease payment to be?

I was also told the $500 bonus cash can't be used on a lease? Is that correct?

Thanks,

Colin

7What is the current MF, residual for 36 mo.s Regal RL 1

38,515According to my calculations, if you were to lease a 2011 Buick Regal Turbo T06 that has an MSRP of $33,190 and a selling price of $31,639 through Ally right now for 36 months with 12,000 miles per year, your zero down, pre-tax monthly payment would be around $440.

The payment for an otherwise identical 39 month lease would be $423.

If you subtract the $2,700 cash incentive that is available on 36 month leases through Ally from this selling price the payments drop to $354 and $337.

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38,515As you can see, Ally publishes lease rates instead of money factors for the vehicles that it leases. You can convert its published rates into approximate money factor equivalents by dividing them by 2400.

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2Great info here, can't wait to see what my dealer throws out at me tomorrow.....

38,515If you provide me with the MSRP and dealer invoice price of the exact car that you're interested in I would be happy to work up a sample payment on it for you. You can find this pricing data over in the New Vehicle Pricing section of Edmunds.com.

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16Thank you. Very interesting ... I was quoted in the high $400s for a 36 month lease with $750 down. The numbers didn't sound right to me. I'm in Colorado and they seem perplexed by leases out here. I'm going to have to go back and talk to them again.

For July, are the numbers for the Regal Turbo T06 still: 0.15% and 48%, with a $2700 cash incentive? If not, what are the latest and greatest?

Edit: I just looked at Ally's website, and it appears they're offering a $3,500 cash incentive now?!? When I plug in numbers on that site for a 36 month lease on a Regal with a sell price of approximately $31,940 (around what I was quoted on mine within a couple hundred dollars), it gives me a final price of $28,440 but then shows a monthly payment of $424.43 with $849 due at signing (first month + security dep). I believe this is for a 15,000 mi/yr lease, though. What's not jiving with the numbers here? What's the discount for going to 12,000 mi/yr? Isn't that normally $20-30 less/month?

Thanks,

Colin

38,515Ally's residual values for leases with 12,000 miles per year are 2% higher than its 15,000 mile per year residuals.

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60I just drove the Regal Turbo at a local event and loved the car. I'm considering getting rid of my Mazda which has been fun to drive but a reliability nightmare.

Does anyone have the residual values and lease rates for a Regal T03 and T06 in stick? Reading the above posts, I also see mention of various cash incentives. What are these and how do you qualify?

Any help would be appreciated as I'm seeing all sorts of numbers for this car. I live in PA if that matters.

Thanks,

TheRas900

38,515The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a T06 are 0.15% and 43%.

General Motors is currently providing a $3,500 cash incentive on 36-month leases of this car through Ally.

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60Thanks for the information. I am seeing that most ads on this car are for a 39 month lease. What are the figures for the same models for that term and 12K miles?

I think the 0.15 lease rate works out to a .0000625 MF, is my math correct? I'm also seeing $1,000 dealer cash on the Regal. Does this apply for Ally leases as well?

Thanks again for your assistance!!

241,381$289 month , 39 months $1679 due, total payments $11,271

Is this deal including the $3500 ally lease money ? or is there a better deal to be had ?

Thanks,

DL

13Any info on Aug residuals, money factor, and incentives for 2011 Regal T05/T06? Also do you know of any websites where I can access to get this information on my own? I have been bouncing around the idea of something new for the last few months and haven't really found something that wows me, so a great lease deal is what is probably going to drive my decision. It sure would be helpful if I could just check Ally's or US Bank's deals without having to pester you .

38,515The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a T06 are 0.15% and 41%

Your conversion of the lease rate into an approximate money factor was indeed correct.

That's a very good question about the dealer cash. I suspect (but am not 100% positive) that it is not compatible with the special lease program.

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38,515General Motors' July lease program is scheduled to run through September 6th. If GM is going to make any unscheduled revisions to this program I suspect that it will do so tomorrow, but I wouldn't count on it.

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1,381Unfortunately In Dallas the dealers never get close to the deal the manufactures advertise. I guess enough fools plop down full sticker price that they refuse to deal. Bad enough we have to pay tax on the full msrp here in Texas on a lease.

Regards,

DL