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42I am hoping to get the sept residuals and money factors of 2005 SRX's 3 years 15K a year

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1736 months, 12k per year, $0 down = $632.64 plus sales & excise for a total of $719.49.

MSRP = $44,300 selling price at invoice of $40,500.

Same deal at 48 months = $570.31 plus sales & excise for a total of $648.75.

Numbers seem a little high to me. I was wondering if you could tell me what you think.

17Carman just got offered the following for a Cadillac SRX lease.

36 months, 12k per year, $0 down = $632.64 plus sales & excise for a total of $719.49.

MSRP = $44,300 selling price at invoice of $40,500.

Same deal at 48 months = $570.31 plus sales & excise for a total of $648.75.

Numbers seem a little high to me. I was wondering if you could tell me what you think.

38,515I'd be happy to work up a lease payment on this truck for you using GMAC's current lease program. According to my calculations, if you were to lease a 2006 Cadillac SRX V6 with an MSRP of $44,300 and a selling price of $40,500 through GMAC right now for 36 months with 12,000 miles per year, its zero down, pre-tax monthly payment should be around $555. As you can see, something is off with the payment that you were quoted. You definitely need to find out why the payment that you were given is so much higher, or to shop around.

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4Just noticed a GM sponsored ad in the Chicago Tribune for a New 2006 SRX 2 WD for $249/mo,10K miles per year. Total due at signing is $3,244 which includes first month payment. Purchase price is $34,194 including all fees. Residual value is $24,470. Also says prices offered include ALL GM Factory incentives. What is your opinion of this deal?

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1Im interested in leasing a 2006 SRX...ad saids ...$289.00 month, for 39 months. $3450 total due at inception, 10,000 miles plus first payment, tax and tag. How does this sound? How much room do I have to negotiate? I also want to increase miles to 15,000, how much should I pay to have that added.

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38,515Increasing this truck's mileage allowance from 10,000 miles per year to 15,000 miles per year will lower its residual value causing its monthly payment to increase.

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1,060MSRP 41,780.00, down payment of $1,267.00. their price will be $39,941.00 (we know there is a $2000.00 rebate but it going to be nullified by a dealer installed 2000.00 Nav. system). Both prices include the dest. charge. They are quoting her $596.08 for 39 months. they say the residual is 54% and the interestis 4.45%.

Will you please let us know if this sounds right to you???

I tried figuring it out and got lost in the shuffle.

Please help,

Nortsr1

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1,06038,515According to my calculations, if you were to lease a 2006 Cadillac SRX V6 with an MSRP of $41,780 and a selling price of $39,941 through GMAC right now for 36 months with 15,000 miles per year, your zero down, per-tax monthly payment should be around $553. If you were to have the entire $3,250 lease cash subtracted from this vehicle's capitalized cost, it would drop the monthly payment for an otherwise identical lease to around $458.

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7Thanks.

7Can you help?

I am looking at a 39 month, 12k/year lease on an SRX. MSRP is $47,360. Could you give me the money factor and residual? With all the dealer cash and incentives I had the price down to $40,500. Is this a good deal? I was quoted money rate of 4.45% and a residual of 54%. I am in Northern Virginia.

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181838,5154.95% and 47%, respectively. You're right that all Cadillac models have $2,145 bonus cash available on them right now. However, even though this is a 2007 model you still should be able to negotiate some additional dealer discount. Make sure to stop by the following discussion to see if any other community members have purchased similar trucks lately: KarenS, "Cadillac SRX: Prices Paid & Buying Experience" #, 30 Oct 2003 6:26 am.Car_manHost

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