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2013 and earlier Volvo XC90 Lease Questions



  • I got numbers today from a PA dealer, 2008 XC90, 3.2, with Climate, Premium, Versatility, Navigation and Metallic paint, MSRP of $47320, negotiated price of $40141, $29811 buyout, MF of .00087, residual 63% all resulting in a monthly of $528 and $1594 out of pocket (1st mo., bank fee, dmv fee). How does this sound, does this work out in everyone's else calculation?
  • kitkat14 i am also looking for an xc90 right now what deslership hsve you went to that seems to be a great deal
  • I was told that Volvo Corp. is currently "propping up" the residual on the XC90 in order to make a 2 year lease attractive. The salesman said he doesn't know if this offer will still be good in March, which is when my Honda Pilot lease expires. I know things jump around, but does anyone know anything about this "special deal," and whether or not it's just a 1 month thing, or whether it's even a special deal at all? I don't want to double up on payments, but if this is some kind of great deal I might be willing to consider it. Pricing seems consistent with what I've seen on other posts. I live in Wisconsin.

    $1300 out of pocket due at pick-up
    $574 per mo/24 mo.s
    12K miles/yr
    XC90 Premium Package
    Climate Pckg
    Metallic Paint
    Metallic Paint
  • volvomaxvolvomax Posts: 5,274
    Chances are, you will see a residual adjustment in March.
    On a 24 mo lease, 1 point of residual is @$20-25/mo.
  • Volvomax, thanks! Can you look into your crystal ball and tell me what you might expect the adjustment to be? (: Would it usually just be a point, or can it sometimes be several? Trying to weigh whether or not to do the deal end of Feb. or hold out. I know there aren't any guarantees, just curious...
  • Just Leased a new 08 xc90 just wanted to know how well i did.

    10,500 miles 24 month
    XC90 Premium Package
    Climate Pckg
    7 Passanger
    Metallic Paint

    $2,500 Due at signing
    $463 a month
    Leased in PA
  • Hi there,

    I'm going to trade in my 2006 Volvo XC90 (2.5; premium/3rd, 24 mo. $399/mo, 12,000m/yr, $2600 drove off 4/2006), love every bit of the car, btw, and getting a new one for another 24 month.

    here are some lease quotes I got from different dealers (southern California):
    The advertised special in the region is:

    $42,675 MSRP of 2008 XC90 3.2 FWD 7 Passenger (includes Premium Package, Versatility Package, and Metallic Paint)
    24 month $399 10500 miles/year, and $3769 d/o.
    My quotes are:
    1. 24 Months Lease
    12,000 Miles per Year
    $3,769 Drive-Off
    $451 per Month + plus tax
    Money Factor 0.00076

    2. 24 Months Lease
    12,000 Miles per Year
    Cap $36500.00
    $1550.14 Drive-Off (incls 1st pmt/taxes/registration/doc fee)
    Mthly pmt $479.99 plus tax $519.59

    3. 24 Months Lease
    12,000 Miles per Year
    $2,600 Drive-Off
    $473 + plus tax

    I think the 2rd one is a better deal, has anyone seen better ones? Do they still have backseat DVD player offer? Is it true that the deal and discount will end after February?

  • Does the $463 a month include tax? If so, what is the tax in PA. What dealer in PA? Sorry for all the questions, but I just got a quote from a dealer in PA. I think you did pretty good. Thank you.
  • Hi there,
    Is 24 month lease better than 36 month lease, as far as money factor and such concerned?

  • volvomaxvolvomax Posts: 5,274
    Crystal ball is cloudy right now.

    One thing I do know is that Volvo isn't going to subsidise the cars like they did last year.
    If you can take advantage of the current program, you might want to do so.
  • 2008 Volvo XC90 3.2 AWD
    Premium Package
    Climate Package
    Versatily Package

    Monthly payment $599

    Due at signing $810 (that's first month's payment of $599 and motor vehicle fee of $211).

    Let me know what you guys think.

  • You didn't mention the terms... how many months & how many miles per year?
  • Using Volvo Financing was told lease mandated $395 disposition fee if I chose not to purchase and $150 fee with purchase option. Is this standard with Volvo Financing?

    Was also told Volvo Financing charges $0.25 per mile (not the $0.20 I've seen on all Volvo adverts) for excess mileage for vehicles with a sticker greater than $50,000. Anyone else run into this?
  • My husband and I just leased an 08 that was 42,000 and got a 5,000 discount and we put down 3500 and out payments are for 4 yrs. $550. Is that OK? I am seeing that a lot of you put less $$$ down and your payments are less. This is a 2.5 7 passenger and it is not an all wheel drive. Please let me know?
  • awedioawedio Posts: 46
    I assume, this is for a 3.2 FWD. (XC90 is available 3.2 or 4.4)
    To me, It doesn't sound like a good deal.

    Leasing 101 (I learnt that from these boards), NEVER put any money down, always lease with minimum drive off.

    I'm getting ready to lease a V8 7 pass. AWD
    msrp = 57100
    24 mo lease, 10,500 miles, 60% residual
    drive off = 1200
    mo. pmt + tax = 635

    btw, what is Volvo Finance acquisition/bank fee?
  • volvomaxvolvomax Posts: 5,274
    Both numbers are correct.
  • I was quoted on XC90 3.2 AWD with premium package, climate package, versatility package and Rear seat DVD. $47,000 MSRP
    $1,500 out of pocket
    24 month lease
    10,500 per year
    $549 including taxes
    This is a Pennsylvania lease
    Do you think this is a good deal?
  • qbrozenqbrozen Posts: 16,897
    but who read it?

    I read every darned thing on whatever I sign.

    '13 Stang GT; '86 Benz 300E; '98 Volvo S70; '12 Leaf; '08 Town&Country

  • I have an '07 XC90 3.2 AWD Lease with nearly the same options. No DVD but MSRP was ~ $47k and mypayments are $535/mo. including AZ tax.

    This is a 24 mo. lease with 15k miles/year.
  • Just a heads-up, I'm turning in my 06 X90, and it's over 24,000 miles, I thought the charge was 10 or 15 cents per mile, but it turned out to be 25 cents! I know it's written somewhere in the contract, but who read it? This is through credit union car leasing of america, I think all credit union car leasing go through them, so just be aware, and check the numbers before signing the contract!

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