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2Your thoughts on the below.

2008 Escalade

MSRP = $67380

Selling Price = $63400

Res = 57%

39 Months

15K miles

Payment = $849.00

Can i do better? Is my math correct when i calculate it at a 3.75% money factor. I forgot to ask the dealer but can this be a correct money factor? If not how are they getting to $849 payment and can i get it lower?

Thanks.

9Oh his payment was $795 a month! If curious!

1If you dont mind can you share the dealership and sales person as would like to get a similar price.

Thanks

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38,515You can determine approximately how much it will cost him to get out of his lease by comparing its purchase price to its value on the open market at this time. You or he should place a call to the bank that he is leasing his vehicle through to find out its exact price. Once you know exactly how much money it is going to cost him to buy his leased vehicle you need to compare it to its current value on the open market. You can find out approximately what the Escalade is currently worth by looking up its Edmunds.com True Market Value in the Used Vehicle Pricing section of this site. You also may want to stop by the following discussion: "Real-World Trade-In Values". Don't forget to check to see if he is still on the hook for his remaining lease payments. The difference between the leased vehicle's current value and how much it will cost him to buy it plus any remaining lease payments that he is obligated to pay will be the cost of getting out of the lease right now. You may find that he is better off waiting until you are closer to the scheduled end of his lease to get another new vehicle.

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6146,009joey87.. Re-post your question here: General Questions about Leasing Vehicles. More members will see your post in that discussion.You

shouldbe concerned...MODERATORPrices Paid, Lease Questions, SUVs

124 months 15,000 miles

5.15% Money Factor

65% Residual

39 months 15,000 miles

4.40% Money Factor

54% Residual

Does it seem fair? This is my first attempt at going from Chevy to Cadillac. I must say, I'm experiencing a little sticker shock.

6I'm about to do the following deal - any input would be greatly appreciated. I'm in NY.

2008 ESV w/ Ultra Package - MSRP 69,625

39 Month/10K/Year 6.15% w/ 59% Residual

Paying Taxes, $695 Acquisition fee and other fees upfront.

Payment: $825.61

Tax, 1st Month, Acquisition Fee & Other Fees: $4,565.65

Any feedback on this deal would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

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3I am currently looking at two SUV's, here is the other one that I'd like info on please. Thank you!

Can you please give me the Monthly payment before tax and the total up front that I should expect on the following car?

Zip Code: 33156

SUV: 2008 Escalade with Ultra Lux Collection

MSRP: 56,890

Offer Price: What should I expect to get the car for.

Lease: 36 months

Miles: 15,000

What should the lease payment be and how much up front should I be paying based on what you think I should negotiate the price down to?

Also, do 18,000 miles per year leases exist? How much would that increase the monthly payment by? Thank you!!

33030MSRP: 62475

Cap Cost: 58,840 (GMS pricing)

Cap Cost Reduction (GM loyalty discount): 1850

Interest Rate: 7.15

Sales Tax: 7%

I calculated the following prices for a 12,000 miles/year lease with no money down (just paying first payment, bank fees, motor vehicle fees, etc. up front - probably just under $2000):

36 months (59% residual): $885.71

30 months (63% residual): $922.07

24 months (68% residual): $946.76

The actual costs per month that they quoted me were $901, $939, and $966 respectively but those weren't right once I ran the #'s through my lease calculator, Even with the reduced figures I arrived at without using dealership math, the #'s seem high to me.

The only other option I considered is doing a 36 month lease with 10,000 miles/year. I didn't get all of the #'s for that but was quoted a rate of $868/month for that option (I'd have to get the #'s and run them through my lease calculator to see if that's right).

What do you guys think of this? Should I try beating them up to get pricing even lower than GMS or is that about as low as I'm going to realistically get?

3hope this helps

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1I'm not sure if this the proper place to post this. I am considering a lease on an 2007 Escalade, with an MSRP of $62.5K. This is a lease transfer on a 39 month lease. There are 29 mos remaining on this lease. The car has 4800 miles on it, and is in new condition.

The lady had put a considerable down payment on the lease and has now decided that the Escalade is not for her. Her payments are $628/mo (inclusive of tax), with 10K mi/year. With 29 months remaining on this lease, the average miles per month for the remainder of the lease term will be 1000/mo.

This seems to be a very good deal to get into an Escalade with the only upfront costs to me being $595 lease transfer fee. Would it be worthwhile to look at new lease options as well, or am i looking at a pretty good deal here.

Are there other things i need to consider or should think about in terms of end of lease costs.

Thanks in advance for any help.

42252I would like your opinion of the Cadillac Escalade lease deal I was just offered. Please let me know if this is a good deal please, or should I try to get it down a little. Any help is GREATLY appreciated.

2008 Escalade AWD with AWD Entertainment Collection- LOADED with DVD

MSRP: 68420

Gross Cap Cost: 62191

Adjusted Cap Cost Reduction 58591

This is a SIGN AND DRIVE NOTHING OUT OF POCKET

I am being offered a SIGN and DRIVE deal for 39 months at 12,000 miles/year lease with the dealer even paying the first month. The terms would leave me with 38 months left at $717 plus tax for a total of

$760/month. I do not know the MF, but should I pull the trigger or is there more room to deal. Please let me know.Thanks

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