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Land Rover Range Rover Sport Lease Questions

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  • I now realize the 1.9% is in relation to purchase, not lease. Can you tell me the best money factor available for a 36 month lease (51% residual is the figure I was given) with 12K/year mileage allowance? I searched this post and see it for 10K and 15K, but not for 12K. The rest of my info/questions still apply :). Sorry about that and thanks in advance for your help.
  • Hello, I showed my dealership the edmunds link http://www.edmunds.com/new/2010/landrover/rangeroversport/101162032/incentives.h- tml?vdp=off&setzip=94010&state=CA that shows the $899/month lease and they came back with a figure that was over $1100/month. Are the lease prices on edmunds something that we need to negotiate? Thank you
  • Hey Carman are you there? Disregard my previous questions if you're too busy but there's just a little info I need to be able to finalize a deal for a 2010 LR RR Sport HSE ... what is the best available money factor and residual% for a 36 month, 12K mi/year lease? (all the other replies are about a 15K/year lease - I need 12K). It would be just one more thing to be thankful for if you could answer at your earliest convenience? THANKS! and Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
  • Lalbert- could you please post your deal once you finalize it? I would love to know all the numbers so I could negotiate a similar deal. thank you and happy thanksgiving!
  • I too just received an offer for over $1100/month on a 2010 RRS HSE. Offer is this: MSRP of $62645 less $3500 lease incentive = $59145 cap cost. 36 months, 12k miles/year, $2000 down. Payment=$1133.19/month. Over $1100/month for a $59k car seems crazy. Any thoughts?
  • bethrbethr Posts: 51
    go to landrover manhattan's website and see their lease special on the 2010 rrs
  • That's more like it! Unfortunately I'm not in Manhattan anymore. But I will show it to my dealer in Charlotte. Thanks!
  • Does anyone know the specifics for the manhattan deal? I only see the advertisement for $799/month for the 2010 RRS. Thank you
  • I'm going to call them tomorrow to find out. It may be worth my time and money to fly there and drive the car home as my dealer won't touch that price. My dealer will only give the national lease offer of $899/month.
  • bethrbethr Posts: 51
    let me know- i know they can ship for around 500-800
  • Hi Kennyjr748 - per your request for my deal details ...

    I got my new LR RR Sport today - I think I did pretty good for myself (I had a little help so I can't take all the credit) :).

    I got a 2010 Range Rover Sport w/ Lux pkg, black lacquer wood, hd radio, contrast stitching (MSRP of $65,695) for a selling price of $58,809 (plus $748 in misc fees and taxes of $3535) less $3,500 incentive (Early Termination cash-to-customer - see incentives in Edmunds). The money factor was .00307, residual 51%, 12K mi/year, 36 months. All said and done, if I'd put nothing down the payment netted out to $1035 (only first payment due at signing) and I had to transact before month end.

    Best of luck to you all on getting a great deal!
  • Hi All,

    The lease deal I'm looking is a 2010 RR Sport HSE w/Cold Climate Pkg and Sirius options (MSRP=$62,295) and a selling price of $58,504, bank fee ($999), first month pymt ($899), tax, title, etc...up front for 42 months and 10k miles a year.
    The dealer is telling me that the trucks money factor is .00216 (5.18%) and the residual is $28,565 (41%). I think the residual is too low. My calculations tell me he could do better on the monthy for 42 months or could do the same for 39 months. What do you all think of this deal? How can I find out the true reisdual? Any feed back is appreciated!

    Thanks, Steve
  • Finally came to terms and I am picking up new White Sport HSE with HD and Sat radio today. 48 months/12k miles/$933 month/$933 (first month pmt) due at signing. Can't wait!!
  • Hi albert. The 1.9% fir 36 months offer that you saw mentioned in the ad is actually for conventional financing. One can finance a new Range Rover Sport for 1.9% for 3 years, 2.9% for 4 years, or 3.9% for 5 years.

    Land Rover's lease rates are different. Its current buy rate lease money factor for a 36 month lease of a 2010 Range Rover Sport HSE is .00307. Even worse, I don't believe that any of the cash incentives that are currently available on this truck are compatible with its lease program.

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  • Hey lalbert. Land Rover's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2010 Range Rover Sport HSE with 12,000 miles per year are .00307 and 53%, respectively. Not very attractive.

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  • Hi All-

    Happy Holidays! I am in NYC and am also looking for the LR RR Sport HSE. Are most people getting deals like the one lalbert got above? (almost $7K off MSRP based on 65K?) I am in the process of negotiating myself, and would appreciate any guidance. While the residual amounts and money factors seems to be consistent, the only variable seems to be the final selling price, but asking the dealer to knock off $7K seems a little bold no?

    Lalbert - In which city did you get your deal? Also, based on the amounts you mentioned above (with no money down except taxes and fees) I calculate a monthly payment of ~995.00.

    Any help would be appreciated!
  • I need to buy a car within the next 48 hours, where is the best price for a new Land Rover Sport HSE
  • soubssoubs Posts: 3
    i am looking to lease a 2010 landrover with a 39 month lease with 12k miles. if i go with the base with the cold climate package ill pay 839 per month plus 5600 down (which includes 1st s/d and fees) or 987 for 39 months with 12k mile and 5300 down for the base with lux package and ext leather. are these good prices?
  • bethrbethr Posts: 51
    that sounds about right but does that include tax? you would be better off buying with the low apr
  • soubssoubs Posts: 3
    yes it includes tax
  • Anyone know if any attractive lease deals are in the works for the 2010 Range Rover Sports?

    70115 area code

    Thanks!
  • bethrbethr Posts: 51
    better to buy with low apr-
  • Hi kwatson1. Land Rover's new January lease program is about the same as its December program. OK, it's probably slightly better, but we're talking about twenty bucks per month on a truck that costs over nine hundred.

    I would be happy to provide you with the specifics of Land Rover's lease program for the Range Rover Sport is you tell me exactly what trim level you want, how long you want to lease it for, and what mileage allowance you need.

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  • I'm interested as well 2010 HSE Sport +Lux, 3yr 10k, 12k & 15k
  • nctksnctks Posts: 1
    Hi,

    Where did you find this "deal"? I have been looking for a few weeks.

    Thanks!
  • I got my RRS at Hendricks Land Rover in Charlotte, NC.
  • eva33eva33 Posts: 1
    Hi,

    I was interested in the specifics of the lease program for a 2010 LR Range Rover Sport HSE, 15k miles, 36 mos term. Zip Code 75093.

    Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
  • Greetings eva33. Here's the information that you're looking for. According to the latest information that I have seen, Chase's current lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2010 Range Rover Sport HSE with 15,000 miles per year are .00233 and 50%, respectively.

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  • Car_Man- Do you have the current lease package info on RRS SC?

    Thanks!
  • The current lease package for with a 36 month lease and 12K miles per year has a residual value of 48% with a money factor of .00178. Do note...this existing program is with LR Financial through Chase and the current program ends March 31st. A new program will be out on April 1 but there are no details yet. It could be better rates or some dealer cash/incentive to help lower the payment.
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