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26Could you help me out determining a lease price on a TL? Sales price is 29,800. 3 years, 12k miles, no deposit, and roll in the acquisition fee. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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738I saw that you posted the residuals and money factor for the 2006 TL w/o navigation system. I'm interested in a TL with navigation system for 36 months and 12k miles a year. Can you provide the residuals and money factor for this car?

Thanks.

2622Is 30,700+destination the best price i can get on this right now, with the 1k manufacterer to dealer program. I see some people posting 30,800 - is that including destination?

Also, could someone give me a quick breakdown of the numbers for the monthly payment with 30,700+destination in a 36 month lease? - I'm terrible at figuring leases out. Sales tax in my state is 6%. I'm told Bank fees are 595.

Thanks.

1010299MSRP: $33,995

Selling Price: $28,995

Lease via HANN:

Upfront Costs: $1,242 (Bank Fee, MV/DOC Fee, Tire Fee)

Monthly Cost: $414 (10k miles)

Money Factor / Res: .00275 / 67%

(Hann lease is for 32 months, and has a $450 deposition fee)

Lease via AHFC:

Upfront Costs: $1,242 (Bank Fee, MV/DOC fee, Tire Fee)

Monthly Cost: $450 (10k miles) / $460 (12k miles)

Money Factor / Res: .00283 (.00293 for 12k) / 56%

(AHFC has the $1,500 damamge waiver, and $0 deposition fee).

What are your thoughts on the lease packages proposed? Is there more room for negotiation?

3msrp 35,995 destination charges included

30,490 destination charges included

67% resid. value

.00293 MF

payment was around 490.tax included...tax in cali 8.25%

no money out of pocket

does this seem right? they were trying to get me at .00299MF.......can someone tell me if the money factor is right....i really wanted to buy it today

93932Thank you guys!

1You helped me out about 3 years ago when I had a lease vs. buy dilemma (I was steeler_fan then) and it was very much appreciated. I wanted to see if I could enlist your expert assistance once again. I'm considering a 2006 TL/Navi, and I'm looking to lease 36, 39 or 42 months at 15K/year. I made an offer of 32,300+TTL and it was accepted. I'm looking to lease through AHFC and I wanted to see what the numbers look like. I'm in the Dayton, OH area. Thanks!!

1Here is what my dealer is offering my on a 2006 Acura TL with Nav.

36 months/10K mile lease

msrp 35,950 destination charges included

Negotiated price = 31,000 destination charges included

58% resid , .00293 MF

payment is was around 484.tax included...cali tax is 8.25%

Local dealers are telling me that this is the best I can get for the 2006 TL since Acura is doing a 1000$ rebate which may go away anytime. Is that true?

Thanks

2910Acura of South Florida - the internet manager responded to my email by stating "all quotes are by phone to avoid confusion". :confuse: Really!!

Ed Morse Acura - got a price on an auto non Nav of 30495 but couldn't get a lease quote

Rick Case - 457/mo plus tax,10K 36 mo 1286 due, purchase price of 30,500 59% .00293. Could have done better at dealership but getting a hold of salesman and pinning him down was difficult.

Palm Beach Acura - very straightforward and professional, the internet manager was not going to let the deal get away. Ended up purchasing (I'll post on other board this weekend) but final deal, mainly on internet but completed on phone was 450/mo tax included, 36/12K - $700 due. Main thing was that the manager was responsive to my requests. Forwarded this to Rick Case and they let it walk. Don't know if there might have been additional surprises but unlikely as the purchase was smooth as silk. This was last month and residual has gone down this month.

Nice car, good deal, everyone's happy. But doing things over the phone to avoid confusion - now THAT'S a line that all internet car shoppers can really appreciate!

16Miles per year: 12,000

Price: $31,500

Trade: $7,500

Payoff: $6,600 (approx.)

Doc Fee: $57.33

Taxes: $1625.56

License and Title: $168.00

Money Factor: .00293

Residual: .55

Payment: $568.38

The issue is, if you use his MF and Residual I get $506 a month. See here is my math:

35,853 (MSRP) * .55 (RESIDUAL) = $19,719.15

$31,500 + $57.33 + $1625.56 + $168.00 = $33,350.89 - 900 (value in trade) = $32,450.89 (CAP COST)

$19,719.15 + $32,450.89 = $52,170.04 * .00293 = $152.85 (monthly cost of $$)

$32,450.89 - $19,719.15 = 12,731.74/36 = $353.65 (monthly cost of depreciation)

Payment = $152.85 + $353.65 = $506.59

SO SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME, am I calculating it right?

Regards,

Jason

2924 Month Lease

$399 per month, 10k per year for base TL

Money factor .00136 which equals approx 3.2%

$1005 down payment

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I have confirmed that this is in fact an AHFC lease program. What I wanted to do was this:

Take the money factor and incorporate it into an '06 TL NAV 5AT with 12k per year lease.

Here's what I came up with:

Nothing down (zero, just tags, title) so our of pocket would be first month plus a few hundred.

I was told that the lease would be approx. $560 per month for two years, everything wrapped in (taxes,bank fee, etc).

Residual is 64%

I was hoping for better as the money factor sure beats the .00283 or .00293 that has been quoted here. However, the shorter time period takes away from that. I was also told that the 1k incentive does not apply here. If that were the case, this car would be in the $500 range for two years. Not a bad deal at all. So, this car continues to be a terrible car to lease.

38,515If you haven't leased yet you may be interested in the fact that Acura just introduced a special 24 month lease program on this model in select states for the month of September. This is the first time in a long time that I recall seeing any special money factors on this car. If you tell me what state you are in I would be happy to tell you if it is one of the ones that this special program is available in.

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38,515If you haven't leased yet you may be interested in the fact that Acura just introduced a special 24 month lease program on this model in select states for the month of September. This is the first time in a long time that I recall seeing any special money factors on this car. If you tell me what state you are in I would be happy to tell you if it is one of the ones that this special program is available in.

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