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3Thanks in advance.

37hi, what were the terms of the deal you got? did u have a down payment/cash upfront? What was your monthly payment? thanks.

12Invoice $28,551

Cap Cost $26,991

27 mo/12k mile lease.

Residual 70%. 4.44% interest rate (could be 1/2 point less if you paid a security deposit, but I didn't want to pay anything up front.)

rolled tax (3%), tags, acquisition fee, and processing fee into the lease.

Bottom line was $380/mo with nothing due up front other than first month's payment.

1a) Give the car to my parents and have them continue leasing the car and potentially purchase it later (they'll definitely go over the 12,000 mile per year limit)?

b) Give the car back? or

c) Purchase the car? If I were to purchase, what price should I look for or offer? It has 5,000 miles on it so far.

Thanks for your help!

27Do you happen to know the July numbers for the 2006 Saab 9-3 2.0T Sedan - 27 month/15k Residual and Lease Rate? Did they change at all from June? Thanks.

Rob

1Residual 72 APR 3.94

Price- 29770

rebate- 500

Acquisitionfee- 695

Taxes- 772

Admin/Doc fee- 125

Title/Reg- 262.50

Security deposit- 350.00

Total due at signing w/ first mos. & security= 3395.52

Mos. payment= 330.52

27 mos lease/ 10,000 miles

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1151I was wondering if you have any information on the new incentive program that started for the 2006 9-3 Aero this week.

Also, do you have the current lease rate and residual figures for 27 and 36 month/15k mile leases on this car.

Thanks

2Does anyone know the current residual values and lease rates a 2006 9-3 2.0T 27 month 12k and 15K leases? I seem to keep hearing different numbers. I've heard everything from 68 to 72 percent on the Residuals and 3.19 - 4.94 on the Rates. Shouldn't these be standard across the board if it's through GMAC? Also, I wonder if Saab will be introducing even lower rates or better incentives to clear out the '06's since it's almost time for the 2007's to come out. Is it worth waiting?

Thanks for any thoughts.

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15MSRP $30960

Selling price : $28560

$0 Down

$424/ Month Including taxes for 39 months Lease for 12000 Miles.

Let me know if this is a good deal.

Thanks

6http://www.suburbansaab.com/Specials-New.aspx

for the 9-3 2.0T Aero, which is $240 a month with $1999 down and saab loyalty. This is for GMS (employee discount) eligable people only.

My question: Is this a fair price for a lease. I have strong credit and do not want to put any money down, I was going to roll the $1999 and $1000 (loyalty) into the payment. So I figured the payment would be about $355 plus tax, is this correct?

Do anyone know how much money will be added each month by going from a 10k to 12k and from a 12k to 15k lease over 27 months?

Note: I spoke with the dealer. The $1999 down includes destination and first payment. So rolling hte $1999 plus the $1000 owner loyalty would be a "sign and drive" minus up-front costs (plate, title, etc).

I was also quoted miles at .20 a mile upfront. So 12K a year is 4000 miles over 27 months, or $800.

Thank you!

1Does anyone have the ability to provide me with a GMS code?

Thanks for the help.

6Sorry!

Kevin

156Aero 9-3 with Auto and Cold Weather Package:

MSRP $34,520

27 month 12,000/miles year lease for $369 a month (including tax, 6% in Michigan). Total due at signing is first month payment, $124.50 in taxes (on $2,000 rebate), title $23 and doc fee of $75. So $591.50 due.

Second option:

27 month 15,000/miles year lease for $381 a month (including tax, 6% in Michigan). Total due at signing is first month payment, $124.50 in taxes (on $2,000 rebate), title $23 and doc fee of $75. So $603.50 due.

Because I had another GM lease, I will not have to pay a security deposit.

The residuals were .67 on the 12k lease and .66 on the 15K lease with a 3.94 rate and $2000 back on Aero, plus the GMS (Employee pricing) discount. I think this is a great price for an almost $35K sedan.

Is there anything else that I am missing or should try to negotiate? I will be picking this vehicle up on Monday.

46,025If you have any doubts at all about how much mileage you need, grab the 15K allowance.. For $12/mo. it is cheap insurance against being over mileage..

Good luck,

kyfdx

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15Any one defers that..

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