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Porsche 911 Lease Questions

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  • gre09gre09 Posts: 9
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    What are the current offers on a 911 PDK [residual and money factor] for a 24 month / 10k miles per year lease ?
    What are the deals on a 36 month/10k miles/per year lease [money factor & residual]

    What are the current loyalty programs for current lessors?

    Thanks for your help!
  • i'm interested in the 2010 or 2009 c4 cab, anyone know discounts, money factor, residual on 24, 36 mo 10K leases?
  • Nice car, Alex. The last time that I checked, Porsche Financial Services' buy rate standard lease money factor was .00250 for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier. It appears as though the dealer may be attempting to mark up the money factor that they are using to calculate your car's payment.

    Porsche Financial Services charges a $895 acquisition aka bank fee on every vehicle that it leases. They won't waive this fee. You can either pay it at lease signing or roll it into your car's capitalized cost to make it part of your monthly payment.

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  • Hi gre09. Porsche Financial Services' October buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2011 911 Coupe PDK with 10,000 miles per year are .00250 and 66%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    The numbers for an otherwise identical 36 month lease are .00250 and 57%.

    I actually am not aware of any owner loyalty offers on the 911 right now, but it wouldn't hurt to check with a dealer to make certain that there isn't any.

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  • Hi surgeon1. Porsche Financial Services definitely isn't leasing 2009 911s as new vehicles any longer. You can still lease a new 2010 model though.

    PFS' October buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2010 911 C4 Cabriolet with 10,000 miles per year are .00167 and 65%, respectively.

    The numbers for an otherwise identical 36 month lease are .00167 and 53%.

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  • do you know what the rate is for a c2 cab? and residuals? how does it drive in snow???
  • aguagaguag Posts: 4
    What is the money factor and residual on a C4S coupe? 24 and 36 months. Same as the Cab you posted earlier? Thanks a lot!
  • Hi surgeon1. Porsche Financial Services' October buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2010 911 C2 Cabriolet with 15,000 miles per year are .00167 and 52%, respectively.

    I have never personally driven this car in the snow, but my guess is that it is absolutely terrible in it.

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  • Hi aguag. Porsche Financial Services' October buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2010 911 C4S Coupe with 15,000 miles per year are .00167 and 62%, respectively.

    The numbers for an otherwise identical 36 month lease are .00167 and 50%.

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  • aguagaguag Posts: 4
    Sorry - 10,000 mile lease.
  • aguagaguag Posts: 4
    What is the money factor and residual on a C4S coupe? 24 and 36 months. 10,000 miles.
  • aguagaguag Posts: 4
    Thanks for all the help! This forum is great!!!
  • "how does it drive in snow??? "

    I have a c2 cab. When it snows more than 6 flakes the car does not leave the garage. Even with dedicated snow tires there is simply so much power being delivered to the rear wheels that I gave up trying years ago. A Carrera 4 with 4 snow tires must be better but why drive a 911 in the snow, salt and general crud.
  • No big deal, aguag. PFS' residual values for leases with only 10,000 miles per year are 3% higher than its 15,000 mile per year residuals.

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  • gre09gre09 Posts: 9
    Hi Car_man

    What is the Money factor on 2010 911s?

    Is it .00167 or .00207

    Thanks
  • car man
    looking at 24 mth lease c4 cab 5k miles p/year list 103k offering at 83k but the dealer is saying mf .0029 which seems high --is this right that is like 7%
  • Its .00167 - are you going through Porsche Financial? What is the monthly payment he is quoting you? What state are you in? How much total out of pocket? I
  • thanks much it is porsche financial--1120 p/month 0 out of pocket 24 month 5k/p year and the car is 20k off--sounds like it should be 899 p/mnth---North Carolina
  • Hey gre09. I believe that PFS' November buy rate for the 2010 911 is currently .00167.

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  • Hi twbclt. It sounds as though the dealer may be using the new dealer cash that Porsche introduced on the 911 instead of the special lease money factor. These two programs are not compatible. Starting last week there is now $9,000 dealer cash on most 2010 911 trims.

    Try having them run your deal both ways to see which comes out better, one with the lower selling price from the dealer cash and the higher money factor and one without the dealer cash and the .00167 factor.

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  • adamkottoadamkotto Posts: 1
    edited December 2010
    The dealer quoted me the following:

    Sticker : $118.780.00

    36 Month Lease : $4500 out of pocket - driveoff

    monthly payment : $1900 + tax

    Can someone please tell me what a good deal would be on this specific car?
    (How much off the sticker would be realistic and how much should the monthly payment be? )

    According to the dealer the residual is : $64.141

    I am in Los Angeles, CA.

    Thanks in advance!
  • Hello,
    I'm from CT, and would like to know if 911 is a rear wheel drive? how does it feel to drive it in the snow? Can we drive it in the snow? And what is the best lease deal that I can get on a 911 here in CT?

    Thanks in advance :)
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,254
    911s come in RWD and AWD...

    However, all of them come with summer performance tires... You can drive a 911 in the snow, but you'll need winter tires..

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  • You definitely do not want to use a 911 as your only car if you are in an area that gets a lot of snow. If you do decide to go that route, make sure that you have a good set of snow tires. I have a friend who has a 911 that has high performance tires that are so slick that he can barely move the car when it's cold, let alone slippery on the ground.

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  • "I have a friend who has a 911 that has high performance tires that are so slick that he can barely move the car when it's cold, let alone slippery on the ground. "

    Amen. My 911 never leaves the garage when there is snow on the ground. Service manager at my local Porsche store says that the high performance summer tires need at least 45 degree F to warm up properly. I don;t know about that but I can tell you that on the days when the roads are clear and dry and I take it out for some exercise it takes a good half hour of driving before things begin to sound and feel right. Right now it is in the garage, plugged into its battery mainainer and has not been out for about 9 days.
  • I have a 997TT cab w/ht and snows - its a bullet in the snow!
  • Anybody get a recent lease quote on a 2011 911... being quoted residual values of 53% to 55%, and money factors from 0.23 to 0.308 ... i know these guys will lie, cheat, and steal to make a $1, so trying to get a sense for where the market really is... Thanks
  • Hi charles953. The .00230 money factor that you were quoted is Porsche Financial Services' buy rate for the 2011 911 for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier. If the dealer tries to charge you anything higher than that either you don't qualify for the top tier or they are trying to mark your car's money factor up to add additional hidden, back-end profit to your deal.

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  • jay_cjay_c Posts: 4
    Any ideas on what the PFS rates are for April, 2011? I'm looking at a 2011 911 C2 and the rates I'm being quoted are .0025 (6%)/ 58% residual / 36 mo / 15,000/yr.

    I have top tier credit and 6% seems outrageous. Is Porsche offering any lease promotions on the 911 in a 24 or 36 month lease? I've been unable to confirm PFS's actual money factors.

    Thanks.
  • jay_c

    I was recently told the Tier 1 money factor was 0.0022 ... the resid value % you're quoting is a bit higher than what i've seen, so you may be slightly better off depending on the price of the car.

    If anyone has any recent data on residual values or money factors it would great to see the info.
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