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Seems high to me, too.. Amortizing the $7000 trade, your payment is almost $600/mo. for a $36K car.. I would shop around.. 4Runners have great resale. Before I'd lease at that amount, I'd just buy it and with the $7K down, have payments of $600/mo for 60 months.New member on these forums, thanks in advance for your help.
I just got quoted the following at my local Toyota dealership:
Dealership is in TN
36 months @ 15K/year
$1,000 cash back
$7,000 Trade-In Allowance (2000 Jeep Wrangler Sport)
Monthly Lease Payment $412
Seems high to me, but I respectfully submit to other's opinions. This will be my first lease and the process and terms are a bit more complicated than buying. Thanks Again!
@jonee said: 'I think I do a bit better with my 5-speed Forester'. This is because over-cautious, kneejerk Subaru drivers never hit the gas pedal.
Welcome to the forums.. and thanks for promoting negative stereotypes!
@soapdish616 said: I would like to lease a 2015 Acura MDX SH-AWD w/ TECH package. MSRP is $49,735. What's the best deal I can get on this? Assume 36 months, 12k and 15k miles numbers ($0 down). Please be sure to share the sell price, money factor and residual value so I can double check the data the dealer gives me.
Can I get this for something like $540/month + tax? 0 down?
.00124 or .00154 MF, depending on region. 62%/60% residual for 12K/15K per year.
@gcook said: is this an ok lease deal? 2015 X5 35i 10k miles/yr is 57% and the Money Factor is at .00170 , $63,425 , $10K down? Credit score is over 800.
The money factor is marked up the maximum allowed over the base rate of .00130.
Why put all that money down on a lease?
@lillybeth said: Plano, Texas Premium package and multi-media package. We got 1500.00 off sticker. Sticker 50,250.00
Congrats on the new Mercedes!