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- 2006 BMW 330Ci Coupe
The quote of $320 was for 36 months, 12k miles /year and Initial upfront payment of $750 which includes Bank fee, DMV, First Month, Doc Fee.
Thanks for the prompt info. trying to make a deal on Saturday..this is very helpful!June 6
do you work for a dealership? I'm about to make a deal on an A6 lease coming out of an A4 lease. They are early terminating for 2 months, but I also only have 16,500 miles on a 36000 mile lease. In the past I have been able to use the equity to pay out of pocket fees. When I called Audi Financial they said that my payoff quote is different than what the deal quote would be. Something about the dealer getting fair market value or something. If I sent you the vin number, would you be able to get a dealer payoff amount? I'm actually heading to the dealer later this afternoon.June 4
Hi kyfdx, Can you tell me the current MF and RV on the BMW535i for 36mo and 15k Thanks, RossMay 30
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Getting a deal lease 2014 e350w rwd sedan MSRP$56,965 got a discount for $10,200 off. Sale price came to $46,785 with total on road including tax, tag, document fee comes to $50,165. Dealer wants $2k down and 15k/27months $552 monthly payment. MF.00136 and residual 65%. Is this a good deal? Can the money factor get any lower? He said he gave me the best? Or anything else I can do to get it down anymore? Also, throwing in maintenance package. I've read a lot of your posts. Thanks for all of your advice.May 22
kyfdx Can you tell me the money factor and residual for the Infiniti QX60 Hybrid AWD with premium package, theater package, and technology package. Looking at 36/39 months with 15k. Thank you so much.May 20
I am looking at a 2014 911 S pdk msrp 117,995 sale price 110k 24 month lease .002 money factor 1598 per month 3433.00 drive off 83116 residual. Thoughts?May 11
Good Morning Sir,
I was hoping you could help a fellow car enthusiast out. I'm looking for the current lease rates (money factor & residual) for a Dodge Durango R/T RWD. MANY THANKS!!April 30
You seem to be the one with all the answers regarding leasing. Looking for the residual and money factor ona 2014 VW GTI. Looking at 36 month 30k or 36k mile lease here in Colorado.
I was looking for the residual and money factor for a 2014 AWD Infiniti QX60 with Premium & Premium Plus packages. Specifically, a 10k miles/year lease. Thanks!April 25
Would you happen to have the MF and residual on the 2015 Audi A3 Premium 2.0 Quattro with cold weather and premium wheels at 36 months with 10K and with 12k?April 23
Your willingness to share knowledge has definitely been noticed.April 23
I am currently trying to lease a 2014 BMW 428i convertible. Here are the terms, are they good? My issue is the payment. I am having an issue confirming this payment is correct.
Lease term: 36 months/12,000 miles
MSRP $58,725 Sales price: $54085 (Initial cap cost) Add cap cost: $? Adjusted Cap cost: $? Due at signing: $1,400 Money factor 0.00130 Residual: 62% Monthly payments: $630 plus $54 tax (tax rate 8.5%) Is this payment correct or is it high?
I am also thinking of another configuration for MSRP $60,900 and Adjusted cap cost of $56260 same with everything else. I am in California.
Please help???!!! ; )
36 months, 12,000 mi. ,Quattro, Premium a5 conv.April 10
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I have recently leased a Mazda and am wondering if I can install an aftermarket remote starter. My salesperson says it would void the warranty but paying $500 for something my usual installer charges $239 for, seems outrageous. If you have an answer, please respond quickly and I am getting ready to do this. Thanks.March 16
Hi I was wondering if you hear about New Acura program? I heard new numbers were coming out yesterday?March 14
kyfdx, I would love some help on leasing in general. I am looking at a Jetta Sportwagon TDI, but have the Sorento, the CRV (we are Honda people), and the CX9 in mind as well. Can you tell me the one you like best, taking into account the reliability and the expected value it will hold? I know nothing about any of them except the CRV (have owned two in the past and 8 Hondas in all) and the Sorento cousin, the Santa Fe (which had major transmission issues about 140,000 miles). Also, I'm guessing it's possible to lease any new vehicle, whether the dealer is giving incentives or having a special, correct? I drive more than 12,000 a year but plan to buy the vehicle at the end of the lease (I did that with a 1997 CRV, and it was the easiest vehicle transaction I ever experienced). Finally, I don't know the .0000?? term you talk about, but in my limited knowledge it seems like the residual, purchase-at-end-of-lease is one of the mort important things. (I'm leasing to keep low payments.)March 8
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Ive learned plenty from your responses to lease questions regarding the 2014 Honda Sport(ie MF, cap cost, etc). However, one question still remains. What if you need to shorten the term of the lease from 36 months to 24? How do you calculate that into your negotiation. ThanksMarch 6
Thanks for all your help.Can u tell me March lease programs on the c 250 sport sedan: MF's, 27/36 month residuals for a 12000/yr lease, and the dealer cash provided by the manufacturer?
Dear CarMan: You have been most valuable with your insight so thanks, in advance! Quick questions: is there loyalty cash available from BMW FS for existing customers? If so, does it replace the $2,000 build credit they are currently offering? Thank you.March 3
Please help again. I need the March MF's and 27/36 mo residuals for s 12000 mile/yr lease on a C 250 sport sedan. Also need to know the Mfg/Dealer cash offered this month in addition to any dealer discount.
Hi Kristie, I wanted to add some more info on the lease. Please do share your input about my lease/MF rate:. **Leased an E350 in Feb 2014. 3 years/12,000 miles for 2014 E350,Paid $2500 Down. Monthly Lease Payment is $704. Final Capitalized Price: $53,100 **includes Acquisition Fee[$795] and maintenance for 3 years, plus Premium 1 Package, Lane tracking, Rear Deck Spoiler, Comfort Box, 3 Spoke Sport Steering Wheel, Keyless-Go Hands Free Access, 18" AMG Wheels, Lane Tracking Pkg: Blind Spot, Freight Charges.
My Credit score is above 810, the dealership states that I am considered Tier1, I am getting the best interest rate 3.95 APR. However, in the lease papers, I noticed that they have applied the MF rate of 0.00265 and according to them, this MF rate is pretty much fixed and non-negotiable as it is set by Mercedes Leasing/Financial services and they have no control over it. I believed them and leased the car. Now to confirm the effective APR they used, I multiplied this MF rate of 0.00265x2400 and it arrived to an APR of 6.36% and not 3.95% that I was initially promised?? :( I have already leased the car. Reviews posted on Edmunds forums and MB Forums for e350 show the MF rate is actually lower than what I was offered and could have been negotiated?? I am confused here, as the 3.95% APR that I was shown in the estimate does not match up with the MF rate in the final lease papers. I had specifically asked the dealer about this MF Rate before signing the lease and the dealership states that this is fixed by MB Leasing company and that I can call up Mercedes Leasing directly and ask them about the Money Factor, But they simply cannot lower them. I have already leased the car now. I would appreciate any inputs in this and if I have any options here. Cheers!!
I had no idea about the $1500 of incentives. Is today the last day? I hope not! The dealer called me once, I was at a meeting, and asked him to call me back and he never did. I used TrueCar btw
I'm looking at the sheet I printed out. It looks like this...
Base Msrp - 39,800 Total Options - 4,150 (Cold Weather Pkg, Premium Package $4,150) Dest. Fee 925 Total MSRP - 44,875
then -$5,485 (off a base MSRP of $39,800) Drive credit -$1,000 - 375 on options with an MSRP of $4,150 - 100 Amex Card Member (expires today)
Dealer Price - $38,915 +Doc Fee 75 Total $38,990 (excluding NY Long Island tax, Title)
Invoice MSRP - $36,616 total options - 3,775 Dest fee 925 Total Invoice $41,315 Add Doc Fee 75 Total Total $41,390
This doesn't reflect the Drive credit of $1,000, $100 amex. So where is the $1,500 taken from. I am totally confused.
What should be the best deal? Thank you kfdx.......
I still don't know what the MF or residual is... I don't know what the monthly lease would beFebruary 28
Hi carman- Just spoke to my BMW dealer about the pull ahead program (of which I qualify for) and he is telling me that the left over 2013 X5d's have a residual of 50%? Is this true? I find that hard to believe. Do you know what the residual and MF would be for a 2013 X5d 3yrs/15k miles?
Thanks, TomFebruary 22
The only way I'm going to afford a Ford Flex SEL AWD is leasing. Can you give me any pointer how to go about doing it. The car I have in mind has an internet offer of $34337.00 This is Columbus, Ohio area. I have a 9 yr old van for trade in probably $1700. I've read get the purchase price first then tell them you want to lease??? I'm looking at what a car payment would be. Any help???February 20