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2014 Land Rover Range Rover Lease Questions

Kirstie_HKirstie_H Posts: 10,913
edited July 7 in Land Rover
Welcome to Edmunds discussion dedicated to 2014 Land Rover Range Rover leasing questions.
Here you can find and discuss all the latest lease details for the Range Rover, including cap costs, money factors, residual values, acquisition fees, etc. Please post any leasing questions you have or any details you’d like to share about your own lease deals.
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  • cjfdcjfd Posts: 4
    Hi CarMan

    Was hoping you can verify the Aug. rates my dealer gave me for a lease on a 2014 Range Rover HSE. I know these new models typically don't have great rates and Land Rover doesn't subsidize their leases but they seem extremely high(bad)

    All residuals based on 12k miles/yr
    36mos - 50%
    42mos - 46%
    48mos - 41%

    MF = .00329 (T1 credit) and .00349 (T2 credit)

    Appreciate all your help!

    - cjfd -
  • Hey,
    I am considering either buying the range rover supercharged cash or leasing it out of Newport Beach, California. Just wondering which one made more sense based on rates, depreciation and the car itself.

    I would appreciate any advice

    Thanks!
  • ras912ras912 Posts: 18

    I am looking to lease a Range Rover (2014) HSE in March. Does anyone have the current money factors or residuals (36 mos/15k miles) for a lease? Thank you

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,103

    I'm sorry, but we don't have any current numbers for the Range Rover.

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  • njcruisenjcruise Posts: 12

    Hi y'all. I am looking to lease a 2014 Range Rover Evoque Pure Plus and contacted a dealership. They claim that their fees (listed below) are non-negotiable. I'm curious whether anyone has been able to negotiate these fees and whether it's worth pursuing. I also wanted them to take over my last lease payment.

    Bank fee: $795 DMV: $399 Doc: $389 NJ Tire tax: $7.50 NJ Gas tax: $197

    Lease deal: $499 mo., no money down, 12 k miles. Total due at signing $3650 (taxes, 1st mth. payment and fees)

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,103

    @njcruise said: Hi y'all. I am looking to lease a 2014 Range Rover Evoque Pure Plus and contacted a dealership. They claim that their fees (listed below) are non-negotiable. I'm curious whether anyone has been able to negotiate these fees and whether it's worth pursuing. I also wanted them to take over my last lease payment.

    Bank fee: $795 DMV: $399 Doc: $389 NJ Tire tax: $7.50 NJ Gas tax: $197

    Lease deal: $499 mo., no money down, 12 k miles. Total due at signing $3650 (taxes, 1st mth. payment and fees)

    $795 is the base acquisition fee, and I don't think Land Rover allows dealers to mark it up, anyway. The DMV fees for NJ are for the life of the lease, so that looks about right. Most dealers won't negotiate their standard doc fee.... if you want to make up for it, ask them to lower the price of the vehicle by a like amount... It's easier, plus it's always better to focus on the total cost.

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  • albonyaalbonya Posts: 11

    Are any of the current Range Rover HSE (full size), residuals and money factors available yet? Looking for the numbers from Chase/US Bank for top tier credit and 12k/10k miles a year.

  • albonyaalbonya Posts: 11
    edited March 27

    I've only seen the ones on Cars.com

    Base Model:

    36 mo - 53% residual, money factor of .002992 (which seems high considering that banks are getting money from the Fed for 0%).

    Not sure about the accuracy of these.

    http://www.cars.com/go/alg/index.jsp?makename=Land+Rover&modelname=RANGE+ROVER&year=2014

  • toetrktoetrk iowaPosts: 4

    good afternoon. Any current rates for Range Rover HSE?

    thank you

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 8,067

    @toetrk said: good afternoon. Any current rates for Range Rover HSE?

    thank you

    Lease term? Miles per year?

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  • toetrktoetrk iowaPosts: 4

    36 and 48mo. 12k/yr thank you

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 8,067

    @toetrk said: good afternoon. Any current rates for Range Rover HSE? 36 and 48mo. 12k/yr thank you

    Sorry, got lost in the shuffle. Thanks for your patience.

    July numbers for the RR HSE are 49% and .00249 for 36/12 and 39% and .00210 for 48/12.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,103

    @toetrk said: 36 and 48mo. 12k/yr thank you

    2014 Range Rover HSE

    .00280 MF

    Residuals are 52% and 43% respectively

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  • Anyone have current numbers for a RR LWB autobiography? We would qualify for best credit, auto pay and look for 36mo and the lowest miles we can get annually, but I don't know what RR offers as a min, 7500 miles, 10000 miles? Thanks in advance!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,103
    di6ejules said:

    Anyone have current numbers for a RR LWB autobiography? We would qualify for best credit, auto pay and look for 36mo and the lowest miles we can get annually, but I don't know what RR offers as a min, 7500 miles, 10000 miles? Thanks in advance!

    .00280 MF and 44% residual for 36mo, 10K/yr.

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  • Thank you and as well in the MB section, can I ask you a question? If you ignore any incentives, is the payment that's based on these current MF and RV the absolute best lease I could get? I guess another way to ask is are these inputs hard floors where the RR financial division will not go below?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,103
    di6ejules said:

    Thank you and as well in the MB section, can I ask you a question? If you ignore any incentives, is the payment that's based on these current MF and RV the absolute best lease I could get? I guess another way to ask is are these inputs hard floors where the RR financial division will not go below?


    Yes... the money factors we provide are the base rates. You may see dealers try to mark them up for extra profit. Residuals are set by the bank and unalterable. The selling price you negotiate is the main variable. Avoid extra charges for insurance/maintenance plans, as well.

    The models you are interested in don't lease very well.

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  • kyfdx said:

    di6ejules said:

    The models you are interested in don't lease very well.

    Thanks again, limited/special vehicle type and low residuals, right? Not really a reason to be competitive unlike if I were looking at a more entry level SKU?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,103
    di6ejules said:

    kyfdx said:

    di6ejules said:

    The models you are interested in don't lease very well.

    Thanks again, limited/special vehicle type and low residuals, right? Not really a reason to be competitive unlike if I were looking at a more entry level SKU?

    Exactly.. Buyers of $100K cars aren't usually all that price sensitive (generally..)

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  • Makes sense, thanks again KYFDX!
  • mikeb777mikeb777 Posts: 2
    Anyone have current lease numbers from chase for a RR SC V8 and RR SC V8 LWB 36m/10k? and is there difference between swb vs lwb in residuals?
    Thank you
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,103
    mikeb777 said:

    Anyone have current lease numbers from chase for a RR SC V8 and RR SC V8 LWB 36m/10k? and is there difference between swb vs lwb in residuals?
    Thank you

    Sorry... no November numbers from RR

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  • mikeb777mikeb777 Posts: 2
    KYFDX do you know if there was a difference in numbers RES and MF between V8 SWB vs LWB before? thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 8,067
    mikeb777 said:

    KYFDX do you know if there was a difference in numbers RES and MF between V8 SWB vs LWB before? thanks

    For October, MF was the same but the LWB had a 1% lower residual for 36 months than the SWB.

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  • kribakriba Posts: 5
    Hi, anyone have the latest numbers for RR Evoque? Lease - 10k / year, 3 years.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 8,067
    kriba said:

    Hi, anyone have the latest numbers for RR Evoque? Lease - 10k / year, 3 years.

    The latest RR numbers are unavailable to us.

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