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Buick LaCrosse Lease Questions

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  • Hi danthony1. Ally's February base lease rate and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2012 Buick Lacrosse Premium I FWD V6 with 15,000 miles per year are 1.1% and 43%, respectively.

    General Motors is currently providing a $4,300 cash incentive on 36-month leases of the 2012 Lacrosse through Ally.

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  • hk007hk007 Posts: 1
    Hi Car_Man,

    Can Ally's $4300 incentive be combined with my Credit Union discount? In other words, I can get special pricing using credit union discount so I don't have to negotiate the selling price. Can I then get Ally's $4300 lease incentive on top of that?

    Also, the residual for 36-month LaCrosse Premium I for 12000 miles per year would be 45% right?
  • Thanks for the reply.

    Can you tell me the residual for an 18000 mile lease.
  • Hi hk007. I don't know what sort of arrangement your credit union has with General Motors, but you should be able to negotiate a selling price that's pretty close to dealer invoice minus the available cash incentives on this car right now.

    You are correct about the residual value.

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  • Hello Car_man,

    Is the $4300 cash incentive documented on the GM or Ally website. The dealers seem to be unaware of this.

    Thank you
  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    HA marpiwill. The dealers are lying to your face if they say this cash doesn't exist. It actually was increased to $4,575 in March. If the dealer continues to insist that this cash doesn't exist, you may want to think about taking your business elsewhere.

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  • pepe11pepe11 Posts: 41
    Hello Car_man,
    I'm new to this so am wondering about the $4,575 cash incentive. I'm not really interested in leasing but am wondering if I can get that if I purchase with cash or finance?
    Thanks in advance.
  • pepe11pepe11 Posts: 41
    You know, about 8 to 10 years ago these forums were actually very helpful. One could ask for advice on current pricing and/or lease options and a number of people were on here with actual recent first hand experienceand and willing to respond and be helpful. Now they are all but useless. I wonder why Edmunds continues to host this?
  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Hello pepe11. The four thousand dollar cash incentive has to be used on a lease through Ally.

    If you want to finance this car, you can do so through one of GM's captive finance companies at 1.9% for up to 5 years. You can also pay cash for or finance this car through an independent bank and take advantage of the $1,000 consumer cash incentive that is currently available on this car.

    In addition to these incentives, GM is also providing $2,000 to current lessees of and $1,000 to current owners of non-General Motors vehicles.

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  • dj_lbcdj_lbc Posts: 4
    Hello Car Man,

    I have been offered a lease deal I wanted to run by you. 2012 Lacrosse 2.4 with Premium 1, navigation, premium audio and sunroof. MSRP $38,455, Sell Price $36,358, 39 Month lease, 15,000 mi/yr, 41% residual, $5,480 rebate/cap cost reduction, $595 bank fee reduction, $479.80 cap reduction tax, Adjusted Cap cost $31,473, $863.19 drive off includes 1st month, license fee and tax on cap reduction. Monthly payment $402.73 + $35.24 tax for a total of $437.97/month. How does this look to you?
  • dj_lbcdj_lbc Posts: 4
    Made a mistake on my terminology as the $595 is a bank fee, not rebate. Probably not a big difference but wanted to clarify my typo.
  • bwiabwia Boston Posts: 1,160
    I'm pretty sure you can get a PIII or Touring for the MSRP $38,455 you quoted for the PI. Nonetheless, the monthly payment of $402.73 is a reasonable lease deal for the starting price.
  • ricke2ricke2 Posts: 1
    edited March 2012
    Car Man a follow up to Pepe11 question

    I to am interested in leasing a 2012 Buick Lacrosse Hybrid using the 24 month lease advertised by Buick.

    http://www.buick.com/tools/currentoffers/results.do

    When I do a Google search or look at GM's web site I get the following "There are no manufacturer incentives or cash rebates currently being offered for the 2012 Buick LaCrosse." from truecar.com http://www.truecar.com/prices-new/buick/lacrosse-pricing/

    Where are you finding the manufacturer to dealer incentive information?

    I am asking so I can use that information while working out a deal with the dealer.

    thanks in advance
  • ap19ap19 Posts: 2
    Hi, can someone please help me out. I am interested in the new lease offer of 0 down $399 for 24 months. What would be a good price for the Premium 1 (2.4L), Driver Confidence and Entertainment Package. I priced it out on truecar w/$1500 in rebates it came out to $33,842.

    Thanks a lot.
  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Hi dj_lbc. Yes, this does look like a good deal to me. If you like the car, go for it.

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Hi ricke2. I don't know of any website that lists them, but there definitely is a ton of cash incentives on leases of the Buick Lacrosse right now. For example, there's $2,850 on 2-year and $4,375 on 3-year leases of this car through Ally.

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  • Hey Car_Man,

    I've followed this forum for quite a while and the advice and info you provide is VERY much appreciated. I'm currently looking at leasing a LaCrosse with Touring package and sunroof. MSRP is $40,890 but I also do qualify for GM Supplier Pricing. My dealer is steering me towards this 24-month "Experience Buick" lease with 2 yrs of OnStar, XM, and maintenance included. Advertised pricing is only available at $399 for the Convenience Package, and he's been infuriatingly vague about details on money factor and residuals outside this trim level. I'm getting the sense that these may be more favorable overall with a 36 month lease than the 24 (and also that Ally is throwing more incentives at the 36 month lease). Can you share some current rates and/or advice?

    Many thanks in advance.

    G
  • What do I have to bring into the dealer to get the Conquest Lease Non Gm requirement?
    Will registation docs be enough or a copy of the lease document?
  • Here is a question that's been on my mind.

    I would like to get a lease on a new Lacrosse, but I do have a trade in which I would be about $4000 upside down.
    My question is would the lease incentive which is over $4000 take care of the negative equity allowing me to lease at a price close to MSRP?
  • This is difficult as most leases require cash down ESPECIALLY if it is at MSRP.
    Hence your negative trade in just Adds to the cash required.

    AKA, how's your credit score? This makes all the difference, but usually the answer is no way.
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