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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 35,625

    @gkm987 said:

    Could you quote the most recent numbers you have? Thanks!

    The latest numbers we have, were supposed to be good until the end of the 1st Quarter. Assuming that is still the case, here they are:

    .00020 MF for all leases.

    Boxster S: Residuals are 58%, 43%, 36% for 36, 48 and 60 months, respectively.

    Cayman S: Residuals are the same as above..

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  • Do you have the residuals for a 2014 Boxster for 24, 30, 36, and 48 months?

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 35,625
    edited April 2014

    @cwoloszynski said:
    Do you have the residuals for a 2014 Boxster for 24, 30, 36, and 48 months?

    15K/yr: 24mo/68%, 36mo/57%, 48mo/44%. I don't have 30 month numbers.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 35,625

    Also.. just found out about a special program for short term leases on the 2014 Boxster. A special money factor of .00177 for terms up to 30 months..

    Still don't have that 30 month residual, though.. :(

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  • 30 month residual is 66 on a PDK @ 5k/year. Does anyone know the MRM for a 2014 Boxster S both manual and PDK?

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 35,625

    @slave2miles said:
    30 month residual is 66 on a PDK @ 5k/year. Does anyone know the MRM for a 2014 Boxster S both manual and PDK?

    $75,700 for manual, $78,900 for PDK.

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  • Hello,

    Can you please provide me with the July lease residuals and money factors for the following?

    2014 Boxster Base (Manual Transmission):
    24 months/10K miles
    36 months/10K miles

    2014 Boxster S (Manual Transmission):
    24 months/10K miles
    36 months/10K miles

    Also, if you could please provide rates for 2015 models, that would be wonderful. Are there any incentives/discounts on the cars that you are aware of? Thank you in advance for your help!

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 16,564

    @z4maudioman said:
    Hello,

    Can you please provide me with the July lease residuals and money factors for the following?

    2014 Boxster Base (Manual Transmission):
    24 months/10K miles
    36 months/10K miles

    2014 Boxster S (Manual Transmission):
    24 months/10K miles
    36 months/10K miles

    Also, if you could please provide rates for 2015 models, that would be wonderful. Are there any incentives/discounts on the cars that you are aware of? Thank you in advance for your help!

    Still no numbers from Porsche for this quarter, though I suspect the MF will be .00200 - it's been that way for the past 6 months.

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  • Can you share the latest Residue and MF for 2014 Boxster S PDK for 27 and 29 months, 5k miles per year? Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 16,564
    ckheli said:

    Can you share the latest Residue and MF for 2014 Boxster S PDK for 27 and 29 months, 5k miles per year? Thanks

    .00055 MF.

    27mo/5K miles per year - 71%

    No 29 month numbers that I see

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  • 71% residual for 2014?

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 16,564
    ckheli said:

    71% residual for 2014?


    Yep

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 35,625
    ckheli said:

    Can you share the latest Residue and MF for 2014 Boxster S PDK for 27 and 29 months, 5k miles per year? Thanks

    There probably is a 29 month plan, as that's the longest term you can have, and still get the lower money factor. The residual is likely to be 1%-2% lower than the 27 month term, but not positive on that number.

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  • These are the numbers I got from 2 local dealers in SF Bay Area.

    24mth 68%/27 mth 66%/ 29 mth 65% for a S PDK 5k/yr

    MF 0.00055

    They can't offer me the 71% for 27 mth. Can dealers alter residue?


  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 35,625
    ckheli said:

    These are the numbers I got from 2 local dealers in SF Bay Area.

    24mth 68%/27 mth 66%/ 29 mth 65% for a S PDK 5k/yr

    MF 0.00055

    They can't offer me the 71% for 27 mth. Can dealers alter residue?



    Might have quoted the Boxster residuals above, rather then the Boxster S residuals.. Your dealer quotes look correct for 24 and 27 months (and likely, 29 months, but we don't have that info).

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  • Does anyone have the residual and MF for a base boxster PDK? I was thinking 10K 24/30/36mos.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 16,564

    Does anyone have the residual and MF for a base boxster PDK? I was thinking 10K 24/30/36mos.

    No Porsche numbers this quarter, though I'll guess the MF is around .00200.

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  • I recently got a one time quote of 0.00153 with 63% residual on a 36 month 10k/year on the base 15 Boxster. Better than the usual 0.00200 base MF from PFS, but not nearly as good as the 0.00055 that was offered several months ago. Not sure if the above MF was the lowest because I didn't really negotiate back and forth.

    Dipping my feet in the market again, so any inputs are appreciated.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 16,564

    I recently got a one time quote of 0.00153 with 63% residual on a 36 month 10k/year on the base 15 Boxster. Better than the usual 0.00200 base MF from PFS, but not nearly as good as the 0.00055 that was offered several months ago. Not sure if the above MF was the lowest because I didn't really negotiate back and forth.

    Dipping my feet in the market again, so any inputs are appreciated.

    We don't have any Porsche numbers this quarter .. I suspect anything under the standard MF will be pretty good.

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  • 2000se2000se Posts: 14
    edited March 17
    @armani335i

    Your MF seems ok I guess (From the BMW world I think it is a little high, BWM I think is a little lower)...
    I was quoted on 3/12/15
    MF of .0017 which is close to 4% interest rate..that sucks :((
    Res. of 67% this isn't too bad though
    Mileage of 10k/yr
    Term of 30 months
    MSRP of 62,940
    Neg. Selling Price of 58,500
    Cash Down ~$3700 = Included a bunch of fees so cap cost reduction was only around $2200
    Payment around $660..seems ok I guess..

    What does everyone think??
    I think I'm still getting took on the MF and maybe a little on Neg selling price...Thoughts?



  • 2000se2000se Posts: 14
    anyone?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 16,564
    2000se said:

    @armani335i

    Your MF seems ok I guess (From the BMW world I think it is a little high, BWM I think is a little lower)...
    I was quoted on 3/12/15
    MF of .0017 which is close to 4% interest rate..that sucks :((
    Res. of 67% this isn't too bad though
    Mileage of 10k/yr
    Term of 30 months
    MSRP of 62,940
    Neg. Selling Price of 58,500
    Cash Down ~$3700 = Included a bunch of fees so cap cost reduction was only around $2200
    Payment around $660..seems ok I guess..

    What does everyone think??
    I think I'm still getting took on the MF and maybe a little on Neg selling price...Thoughts?

    Since we don't have any Porsche numbers to compare against, it's hard to say.

    The base MF for Porsche has been around .00200 for some time, so if you're getting .00170, count your lucky stars.

    Seems like a decent deal, but I've never priced Porsches.

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  • 2000se2000se Posts: 14
    Could you post the numbers you get for April when they are available please? Thank you a lot!
  • armani335iarmani335i Posts: 19
    edited March 24
    Special MF for 30 month lease on PDK is at .00153. 67% is correct for 30 months, which is the sweet spot. You can get at least another 500 off on the selling price.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 35,625

    Special MF for 30 month lease on PDK is at .00153. 67% is correct for 30 months, which is the sweet spot. You can get at least another 500 off on the selling price.

    Thanks for the update!

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  • ksvksv Posts: 3
    Can anyone help me estimate what kind of lease payment i can expect on a heavily optioned base boxster with pdk, nav, PASM, PSE, 18 way seats, full leather, some otherstuff that bring the MSRP to 80k?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 35,625
    ksv said:

    Can anyone help me estimate what kind of lease payment i can expect on a heavily optioned base boxster with pdk, nav, PASM, PSE, 18 way seats, full leather, some otherstuff that bring the MSRP to 80k?

    Sorry, but we haven't had any Porsche lease numbers for quite awhile..

    If it were me, I'd go for less options and get a Boxster S..

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  • ksvksv Posts: 3
    Maybe your right, i'm also considering a Boxster S optioned to MSRP 84,895. What were the latest numbers for both @ 10K miles a year? The numbers couldn't have changed the much between now and then right?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 35,625
    ksv said:

    Maybe your right, i'm also considering a Boxster S optioned to MSRP 84,895. What were the latest numbers for both @ 10K miles a year? The numbers couldn't have changed the much between now and then right?

    The last Porsche numbers we had are from December.. .so, yeah.. not likely to be relevant.

    Are there any options that you can do without? ;-)

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  • ksvksv Posts: 3
    I don't know, i worry about leaving out one of the options i wanted then regretting it a month into ownership. I love the way the car looks with the 20" black rims and tinted tail lights so not ready to give those up, what do you think i won't miss?
    here is my options list:

    Guards Red
    Roadster Top in Black

    Full Leather Interior in Black $2,520

    Infotainment Package with BOSE® Surround Sound System $3,990

    Premium Package Plus (Sport Seats, 14-way) $2,950
    ParkAssist (Front and Rear) with Reversing Camera $1,515
    Power Folding Side Mirrors $320
    Tinted Taillights Exclusive $575
    Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS)

    Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK): $3,200
    20" Carrera S Wheels $1,560
    Wheels Painted in Black Satin $990
    Power Sport Seats (14-way) with Memory Package $2,320

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