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Honda Pilot Lease Questions



  • Was trying to get some opinions about a $600 month lease, no money down on a 2013 Honda pilot it a good deal?
  • chaozz1chaozz1 Posts: 49
    edited November 2012
    This is a EX-L NAV 4WD (What I bought)
    The (3)yr 12k mile Honda Lease on this Pilot would be as follows:

    Drive – offs @ $936.60 which includes your First Payment and monthly payment @$452.95 plus Sales Tax/Lic/Fees = around
    $488.00 depending on your Tax Base.

    msrp was 39 final sale price was 36,300

    Max you should be is $550 if you qualify for tier 1 credit.
  • Just leased 2013 pilot touring 4WD for $507 with $0 first month and $0 start up fee. 36 months, 12,000 miles/year
  • No it is not. Just leased 2013 pilot touring 4WD for $507 with $0 first month and $0 start up fee. 36 months, 12,000 miles/year
  • how you get 6 grand off that?
  • I usually call all dealers within 100 miles and ask them to beat each other's price. Worked every time I leased a car. Could not resist the offer. I had to drive 80 miles to get the car
  • I never leased a vehicle before so I was curious what will happen as I get closer to my return date.

    Will they give me a chance before turning it in to repair what they find wrong?

    How much does honda allow money wise worth of damage? I have none now but who knows what will happen.

    Thank you.
  • they give either 500 or 1500 in forgiveness on wear..

    if you have damage like cracked bumper, you will need to fix it, they only ignore small stuff
  • Hello. We are looking at the 2013 Pilot LX and have a dealer offering the following numbers. We'd love some feedback...It is an LPP deal in SC (if that matters!)
    MSRP 30,250
    Price 28,050
    $1500 down
    Rate :1.37
    No payment for first 45 days
    36 months
    Payment is $295

    If we put $0 down the payment would be around 330
    Thoughts? Advice?
    Thanks so much for any help!
  • Shop around...
  • we would like a 2012 Ex 4x4 for 300 a month or less lease for 36 months dont have much down :(
  • I posted a deal yesterday and have a revised version today...would appreciate any thoughts...thanks in advance!

    2013 Pilot LX
    Price : 27500
    $1500 down
    Rate : 1.37
    36 months
    LPP deal in SC
  • i was told by a salesperson not to put money down on a lease. i would try to get that price for no $ down. just my opinion. good luck and shop around.
  • gpsacgpsac Posts: 98
    One thing I can say is that Honda is pretty fair when it comes to their lease customers from my 20 years experience leasing Honda's. Honda allows up to $1500 excess wear and tear not to exceed $500 per issue. In other words, you can have three problems as long as they do not exceed $500 each.

    Below is from a previous closed out lease of mine. Waived $572.50 and $37.16 tax. Plus, I turned that car in a day or two after making a payment and they refunded that also!

    2/14/2010 Tax on Excess Wear and Tear Waived $37.16
    2/14/2010 Excess Wear and Tear Waived $572.50
    2/14/2010 Tax Assessed $37.16
    2/14/2010 Excess Wear and Tear Assessed $572.50
    1/26/2010 Tax Assessed $12.02
    1/26/2010 Reversal of Payment Made 1/26/2010 $197.12
    1/26/2010 Payment Received - Thank You! $197.12
  • CAR_MAN,
    Could you please post December numbers for 2013 Pilot EX--L 4WD & Touring 4WD. 36 months 12K/year.
    Thanks in advance,
  • and a 2012 ex 4x4. hoping to find a left over. thanks
  • ended up with a 2013 ex fwd 355 a month 2500 down. :confuse:
  • unless your buying a 2012 its cheaper to lease the 2013 due to residual.
  • Signed 2013 Pilot EX-L 4WD with roof rails installed. $452 a month 12K 36 months with 1st payment and DMV down only. Dealer will also pay $900 towards my existing remaining lease to close it.
  • Happy Holidays nikolay23. Honda Finance's December buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Pilot EX-L 4WD with 12,000 miles per year are .00022 and 56% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
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