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2013 and earlier-Acura MDX Lease Questions

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  • Hello achen1164. Acura Financial Services' September buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2011 MDX Tech with 12,000 miles per year are .00068 and 55%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top aka "Super Preferred" credit tier.

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  • Wow...... Money Factor of .00068 (down from from .00103) is a big change.
  • devs6devs6 Posts: 11
    Yes that is a big change, but they are not giving the $750 cash I think.

    Car_man

    Do you have the numbers for MDX base 36 month lease at 10k miles

    Thank you
  • Yes but dont be fooled. They also lowered the Residual by 2 points. So the leases actually turn out to be higher the last month with the higher money factor.
  • devs6devs6 Posts: 11
    The residual on mdx base last month was 57% at 15k miles
    what was the mdx tech ?
  • I certainly do devs6. Acura Financial Services' September buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a base 2011 MDX with 10,000 miles per year are .00068 and 58%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top aka "Super Preferred" credit tier.

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  • You're absolutely right shotzy3. Manufacturers often lower their money factors in an effort to offset, or at least partially offset, the natural drop in residual values that occurs as the model year progresses.

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  • devs6devs6 Posts: 11
    Car_man

    Thank you much appreciated
  • I'm looking for the September residual and MF for MDX w/Advance, 36 months, 12k miles year.

    Thanks!
  • Does someone have the money factor and residual on a 2011 MDX with Tech/Ent and 15K per year at 36 months?

    Would these numbers change if I decided to do a "one-pay" lease? How would I calculate this?

    Please let me know. Thanks.
  • I don't know the current numbers, but why would you ever do a one-pay lease? That defeats the entire purpose of leasing.
  • You're very welcome, devs6.

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  • Here you go m5ivan. Acura's September buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2011 MDX Advance with 12,000 miles per year are .00068 and 53%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top aka "Super Preferred" credit tier.

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  • Here's the information that you're looking for, atomarchio. Acura's September buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2011 MDX with Tech and Entertainment and 15,000 miles per year are .00068 and 52%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    I'm sure that Acura provides a money factor discount for Advance pay leases, but I'm not sure exactly how much that discount is.

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  • Just picked up my new 2011 MDX Tech, Bali Blue Pearl. Got the initial price quotes (and figured out who to deal with in my state) through AMEX network. Worked down from there.

    Came out as 36 mo, 15k, $571.09 per month. The following is the breakdown.

    MSRP 47,490
    Gross Cap: 43,803
    Net Cap: 42365
    15k miles per year
    residual: 53%
    MF: .00068

    Up front $3,000 (not needed or desired by dealer; I wanted to drop the net cap down):

    1st payment: 571.09
    Cap Red: 1437.49
    Sales Tax on up front and cap red: 182.92
    PA Tag: 88.50
    Sec Dep: 0
    Acquisition: 595
    Doc Fee: 125

    Did have to go to the more competitive Philly market to get these numbers.
  • I'm considering leasing (36 months) or buying a 2011 MDX with Technology Package. The dealer has agreed to a purchase price equal to the invoice price ($43,979). I was quoted a money factor of 0.00068 (1.63%) and a residual value of 55% ($26,119) for 10K miles / year. Based on my calculations, this translates to a total monthly payment of $560.70 ($609.76 after taxes).

    I have two questions:
    1. What's the current money factor & residual values (10K & 12K miles / year) for a 2011 MDX?

    2. I'm strongly considering buying this vehicle, but it appears to be no more expensive to lease it for 3 years, and then purchase it when the lease expires. Is there any reason to finance the vehicle (1.9% over 60 months) instead of leasing for 3 years before purchasing it?

    Thanks.
  • Hi. I was just quoted $579/month for 2011 Tech and Entertainment. This has taxes (8.375%) and other fees (?) rolled into it. I was told that I pay only $579 and DMV fees when I pick up the car and $579/month thereafter.

    36 months and 12k miles.

    No idea how to determine whether or not this is a good deal. Any thoughts? Thank you very much in advance.
  • Hi, I have a dilemma....would appreciate guidance..

    1) Lease 2011 base mdx - was quoted $535/mo, 36 months, $0 down, 10K miles
    2) buy 2008 base mdx preowned, under 30K miles, for high $20Ks (say $28K)
    3) wait for 2012 base mdx

    Questions:
    1) With left over 2011s, when it comes to leasing and the new 2012s, do lease rates for the 2011 get better, stay same, or get worse?

    2) $20K to lease over 3 years vs $30K to buy preowned. Have something new without guessing reliability or preowned? I find dealerships are no entertaining low offers and may drop max $2K off price.

    3) Will 2012s be priced more aggresively b/c body style changes in 2013?
  • Hi jmgoldsmith. Acura's September buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a base 2011 MDX with 12,000 miles per year are .00068 and 57%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    The residual value for a lease with only 10,000 miles per year would be 1% higher.

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