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- 2006 BMW 330Ci Coupe
1.00% APR and 47% residualCan I get MF and residuals on 2014 Fusion Energi SE for S.California on 12k, 36 and what the lease Cash is? Thanks!
$5507 lease cash.
Can I get MF and residuals on 2015 Fusion Energi Titanium for SE Pennsylvania? 12K, 36 months. Thanks
1.25% APR and 51% residual
Either way, it's great to see wagons on the road, instead of SUVs. The V60 is very cool in either iteration.
Taxes in Florida are assessed on each payment, not upfront.. The only fee that looks excessive is the $799 doc fee. Sad to say, that is typical for Florida, but still BS. Sort of negates the $2200 discount from MSRP..
On the plus side, the .00046 MF and 53% residual for 39mo, 12K/yr is correct. If you drive over 12K/yr, just get the 15K/yr lease (51% residual)... That's an extra $1090 for 9750 miles.. .or, about $0.11/mile..
$3000 inception seems like a little too much.. $17XX in fees and $700 payment is just $24XX.
With $2500 upfront, I get $659/mo,+tax, or about $705/mo., tax included..
That's pretty close to what they quoted.. My biggest issue is with the selling price. Only $2200 off on last year's model. Plus $800 doc fee? That's the place to drop the price on this car... with a lower selling price.
The dealer has a $3400 gross on that car, and Infiniti suggests a $2500 dealer discount on their advertised lease. And, that's nationwide, where many dealers don't sock you with an $800 doc fee... I'd say you could drop the selling price by at least $1000. Unfortunately, there is no dealer cash on that vehicle, except for purchase. If you are a current IFS customer there is $750 of Captive Cash.
$1000 less will drop the payment about $28/mo.
Almost every dealer in Texas passes along the VIT to the customer.. Is it a tax on the customer? NO. But, it's usually under $100, and really not worth haggling over.Thanks Steve. Yes, I am in Texas. Let me take a look at the info on cars.com and talk to the dealer regarding the VIT.
It's easier to adjust your offer lower by the same amount, than to focus on it in negotiations and take your eye off the ball (what you are actually paying, in total).