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6Do you have the money factors and residuals for a 2005 Forester XS or XS LL Bean Edition? Looking at 36 months, either 36 or 45k miles. Thanks!

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72I'd like to get the (1) residual, (2) lease money factor, and (3) estimated monthly payment (with $0 down) would be for the 2006 Forrester LL Bean, with an MSRP of $27,500 and a selling price of $26,000. I'd like the numbers for a 36 month, 12,000 miles/year lease and for a 48 month, 12,000 miles/year lease.

Thanks!

Ben

1I live in New Jersey and would also be interested in the residual and money factor for an '06 2.5 X LL Bean for a 36 month lease but with a 15,000 mile per year allowance. Thanks.

15.00175 money factor

51% residual

The residual here is quite poor for a Subaru. The Toyota Highlanders, for example, are between 55% and 58%, with a comparable money factor (.0019).

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1Any ideas?

11Thanks!!!

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2Do you have resididual and money factor for the Forester X 2.5 with the Premium Package? I would like a 36 month lease, 12,000 miles. I'm in NYC.

I expect the MSRP to be $24,500 and the Dealer Invoice price to be about $23,000. Those numbers reflect the current $1,000 rebate that Subaru is offering.

Do you know if the consumer rebate still applies if you lease? They are also offering 0% financing in lieu of the rebate, but I assume that applies only to loans, not leases?

Thanks!!

Will

1They told me the for a purchase:

Retail price: $22,420

then "savings" of $2,425

Then Rebate of $2,000

for an adjusted sale price of $17,995.00

But, if I lease, the numbers will not include the rebate because the rebate only applies to finance deals.

Is this correct?

Thank you!!!

Can you verify if the

1The price changed dramatically once I told them I may be interested in leasing. I think this is typical. Essentially they get nearly MSRP, minus residual value then the money facotr to calculate lease payments. Rigth now, the Forester lease is $264 for a 48 month, 12,000 miles lease. About 15 bucks more a month for the 15,000.

Residual value is kind of low, it was just about 50% of the sell price of the car.

For what it's worth.

Regards,

Allison

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50I would like to lease/rent a car for short term, mainly during winter. I am interested in subaru cars/suv's only.

Are there any leasing companies/rental companies which rent/lease vehicles for very short term.

Regards,

Viz.

16MSRP: 25861

Cost: 23866

MF: .00280

RV: 54% (14482)

miles: 12k/yr

term: 36 months

location: nj

with fees and first month at inception (1296 total), this comes to 399/mo.

Is this a decent deal?

another question - ive been quoted 1011 in sales tax - i cannot for the life of me figure out where this number came from...how is sales tax on a lease computed in nj, and where did this number come from?

thx.

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1Any thoughts on this? Are there any other numbers you need before you can tell me if this is a good deal?

Thanks for your help.

Tim

38,515Take this price and make sure that this dealer uses Subaru Finance's buy rate lease money factor to calculate your monthly payment and you're in business. Subaru Finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 39 month lease of a 2007 Subaru Forester 2.5X with 15,000 miles per year are .00260 and 49%, respectively.

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19The leasing program was not that good compared to the mazda CX-7, but I wanted the full time awd so I went with it.

I am hoping a hybrid version will be availbe when my lease is up.

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1,06025,988 price, includes 1k in lease cash

12k/ 36 mo. lease

1st payment down payment is 490/mo 6% taxes included

1016 down (fees etc) payment is 473 taxes included.

I think this can be improved. Am I right?

Thanks!!

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41Thanks in advance.

David

9MSRP $25086

Inv. $23697

36 mo./10K yr.

$330.35/mo., no initial payment except trade-in

I would like the "buy rate lease money factor" and residual value for this deal, but also wanted your opinion. It looks like about $2000 was taken off if I was to actually purchase the car, but I am also "waiting for the hybrid".

To buy this car outright I was quoted $21636.26 including taxes and fees. Which is the better deal? I'd rather go with the lease but want to know if this is a good deal. It sounds like jefbak got a really good one!

Thanks, Kathy

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