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123Are those numbers for the XC60, or the XC90? You're reply listed the XC90...

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848 months.

Thanks Car Man

3I have a 2008 xc90 and my lease is up Feb 24. I pay 438 per mo. I can extend the lease for 2 more months, but I will have to pay 400 registration.

I want to lease another xc90, but was told since US Bank is doing finance now, to get the same exact base model would be 550 per mo, with 3500 down.

I'm looking for a 36 month lease. Does anyone know if there will be better deals offered if I decide to extend the lease for 2 months and pay 400 for registration?

Thanks!

912we have a similar deal on our xc90 2008. our lease expired on november 09 and we are extending it up to 6 month (may 2010). we tried leasing the xc60, but the best we got is 479/mo for 60mo / 10000 miles. we decided to purchase our car, so our payment would stay about the same....

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38,515According to my calculations, if you were to lease a 2010 Volvo XC60 T6 AWD that has an MSRP of $42,940 and a selling price of $37,700 ($500 over invoice) through US Bank right now for 48 months with 15,000 miles per year, your zero down, pre-tax monthly payment would be around $540.

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38,515The only change that I am aware of this month is the introduction of special financing rates on all models.

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2116038,515selling priceof $37,700 ($500 over invoice)." If $37,700 is $500 over invoice, then invoice is $37,200.Car_manHost

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4This is the car I intend to lease

Volvo XC60 3.2 FWD 48months w/12,000 per yr, zero down,

with the options we selected the MSR $32,395 -TMV $31,233

What would you calculate as the pre-tax monthly payment? Do you need a list of the options I selected to calculate this.

123Would you please confirm that the March lease incentives for a 36 month, 15K miles per year are still MF .00112 and 47% Residual?

And also, that 12K miles would result in 48% residual, and 10K miles would result in 49% residual?

As always, thanks Car_Man!

90The money factor on the 2010 XC-60 T-6 went down to .00094 for 36 months. The residual remains at 47% for 36 months and 15K miles per year. For 36 months and 12K miles per year, the residual would be 49%. For 36 months and 10K miles per year, the residual would be 50%.

1233Dealer is stating xc60T 36mo is .00124

autoboy19 is stating xc60T 36mo is .00094

I like autoboy19's number better Just want to make sure before I call my dealer a liar

3Dealer just corrected himself and said that the money factor is indeed .00094 for March

BUT

That residual for 15k was 47%, 12k was 48% and 10k was 49%. I still don't trust them so if anyone con confirm these I would appreciated it.

1New to the forum but could really use your expertise. i see you posted the numbers for xc60 T6 for 36 months. Do you have the figures for 48/60 months leases with 10k miles per year. Would you recommmend anything more than 36 months? :confuse:

Thanks!

90The lease rates for an XC-60 T-6 AWD with 10K miles per year for 48 months are .00144 and 41%. The corresponding values for 60 months are .00159 and 34%. Those residual values assume an adjustment of plus 3% on the residual values compared with 15K miles per year. This used to be the standard adjustment used on U.S. Bank leases, but this may have changed since December when U.S. Bank became the proprietary leasing source for Volvo vehicles. I heard the current adjustment could be only plus 2%, in which case the values I quoted you should each be 1% lower.

In many cases, 36 or (33-39) month leases tend to be the best. The main problem with going 36 months or longer is that most new car warranties don't last that long. (With the exception of some premium brands). Also, most 48 month and longer terms have rather high interest rates and low residuals. However, in the case of Volvo, their current warranty last 5 years, and their money factors for 48 and 60 months are fairly low, even if the residual values are also low. In fact, the lease rates are roughly on par with the 3.49% finance rate that is available for 72 months. Because of this, leasing one of these vehicles for 48 or 60 months could be a good decision.

10Residual for 36 months 46% 10,000 miles per year.

Residual for 48 months 37% 10,000 miles per year.

Money Factor for 36 months 0.00107

Money Factor for 48 months 0.00164

Edited to include that this is for a 2010 with addition of Premium and Multi-media packages, plus Metallic paint.

90Those residuals are correct, but the 36 month money factor should be .00077 and the 48 month money factor should be .00134 on an XC-60 3.2 FWD.

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12thank you for your suggestions.

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211The residual on the 90 was $30K and the cap\buy price on the 60 was $38K. VERY easy decision in my opinion.

3Any word on what it is for April? 36 and 48?

90For the month of April, U.S. Bank's base lease rate on a 2010 Volvo XC-60 T-6 for 36 months is .00094. The lease rate for this same vehicle for 48 months is .00143.

3Residual for 48 months 37% 10,000 miles per year. "

Still the same, as stephlite noted on Mar 24, 2010 quoted from Rusnak in Pasadena? I assume this changes depending on what packages the car has?

90Yes, the residuals did stay the same from March on all XC-60 trims. The 36 month and 48 month residuals with 10k miles per year on an XC-60 3.2 FWD are still 46% and 37%. These same numbers for a 2010 XC-60 T-6 are actually 49% and 40% respectively. The residuals do not change based on packages or options.