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2014 Honda Civic Lease Questions

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edited May 2015 in Honda
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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,478
    2014 Civic EX Sedan (non- NAV) 36mo, 12K/yr lease
    61% residual EX-L residual is 59%

    I'm sorry, but I don't have the money factor for the 2014 Civic...

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    kyfdx

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  • dwynnedwynne Posts: 4,018

    Honda is running some cheap lease deals on left-over 2013 Civics - the EX and LX sedans and the LX coupe. My son, of course, wants an EX coupe. Anyone know the residual and MF on a 36/36 lease of a 2013 EX coupe?

    Thanks

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,478

    @dwynne said:
    Honda is running some cheap lease deals on left-over 2013 Civics - the EX and LX sedans and the LX coupe. My son, of course, wants an EX coupe. Anyone know the residual and MF on a 36/36 lease of a 2013 EX coupe?

    Thanks

    .00011 MF and 51% residual. $1000 lease cash

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  • I'm looking for a lease on a 2014 civic ex 36 mos 12k.
    Does anybody have march numbers?
    I received a quote but no sales price, residual, money factor.
    In central NJ.
    Monthly pymt 233-
    Due at signing:
    349- Doc fee
    299- DMV
    233- First Month

    Doc fee seems high to me. I leased a Subaru a few months ago doc fee was 190-. I don't think there's a doc fee limit in NJ.

    Thanks.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,478

    @robhangdog823 said:
    I'm looking for a lease on a 2014 civic ex 36 mos 12k.
    Does anybody have march numbers?
    I received a quote but no sales price, residual, money factor.
    In central NJ.
    Monthly pymt 233-
    Due at signing:
    349- Doc fee
    299- DMV
    233- First Month

    Doc fee seems high to me. I leased a Subaru a few months ago doc fee was 190-. I don't think there's a doc fee limit in NJ.

    Thanks.

    .00030 MF and 61% residual.

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  • edhaneredhaner Posts: 2

    Can someone poke holes in this deal? Was quoted 36mo/10K lease for $139/mo. This is with 0 down but paying all the taxes, dmv, and acq fees up front which is just over $1.6K. I was not given any cap cost or MF but does it even matter what they are if they are already telling me what the monthly pmt is? Can't find anything comparable online at other dealers...

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,478

    Which model?

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  • audieddyaudieddy Posts: 49
    edited March 2014

    Around here (MA), for a 2014 Civic LX the lowest mileage dealers say they can do is 12k. I tried for 10k, and no one would do it.

    Best deal I have seen is $149 a month plus tax for 3yr/36k with out of pocket of $1300(acq fee, tax , title,reg, doc fee and first month payment including tax) . I got one dealer say they would to go to $138 + tax, but not sure that deal is "real". Unfortunately, looks like I need to hold off 1 more month before purchasing, as I don't need the car until end of April. Hoping this type of deal is still around.

  • edhaneredhaner Posts: 2

    Sorry, this was for the LX sedan. I actually just found another dealer doing less than $110 a month on LX sedan with 0 down + all fees up front. This is in NYC.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,478

    @edhaner said:
    Sorry, this was for the LX sedan. I actually just found another dealer doing less than $110 a month on LX sedan with 0 down + all fees up front. This is in NYC.

    If they are quoting 10K/yr, then it's not a Honda Finance lease.. I'd be worried about a big "gotcha" there, somewhere..

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  • I received a quote from a Honda dealer in Mississippi for a 2014 Civic LX sedan, 36 mo, 12k miles, zero money down with the following terms:
    Initial Cap Cost: 18,200
    LEV: 12,050.55 (61%)
    MF: .00020
    Honda Acquisition Fee of 595 (they said it was non-negotiable)
    Termination fee of 350
    Monthly payment of 209

    Is this a good deal? Are there any points I should push back on?

  • Is this a good deal for the Greater Los Angeles area? I'm looking to lease within the next few days.

    Cap cost: $17,509
    Drive off: $528.99
    35 monthly payments of $189.04 including tax.
    12,000 miles/yr
    Residual: $12,187

    I forwarded this quote to another dealership and the rep said she keep the same number but make a it a "true no down." What's the difference between the two?

    Do I need more information? Out of curiosity, will it be possible to negotiate down to $180/month including tax?

  • I forgot to add that it's for the 2014 Civic LX.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,478

    That looks like a great deal.

    As far as what the dealer means by a "true no down", you'd have to ask them. I would assume it means "$0 due at signing", but it could mean, "1st payment only due at signing"

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  • zo0m1zo0m1 Posts: 9

    sounds like a great deal, socalcommuter. which dealer? is this a manufactured subsidized lease? i'm looking for the same car.

  • zo0m1zo0m1 Posts: 9

    @socalcommuter said:
    I forgot to add that it's for the 2014 Civic LX.

    Can't seem to get that deal from any dealers near Pasadena... Anyone care to share which dealers in LA offer good prices?

  • What kinds of fees do I have to pay when i lease a car? I went to a local Honda dealer in MA.
    The dealer broke down all the numbers for me.
    car's price 21,880
    discount 2,200
    price after discount 19,680
    documentation fee 327.75
    sticker fee 25
    tax 22.05
    Title&License 125
    The total number is 20179.80

    They offer $500 coupon toward down payment so after the coupon a 36 month lease with 0 down (actually $500 from dealer) 15,000 miles per year, the monthly payment is 243.

    The dealer mentioned bank acquisition fee during talk but did not listed it on the final breakdown (just realized otherwise will ask them in showroom). I checked others posts about leasing a car. Never see those kinds of fees before. Does anyone who leased a car before give me some hints?

    Thanks so much!

    I am new to the lease.

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 161,882

    @loveedmunds1 said:
    What kinds of fees do I have to pay when i lease a car? I went to a local Honda dealer in MA.
    The dealer broke down all the numbers for me.
    car's price 21,880
    discount 2,200
    price after discount 19,680
    documentation fee 327.75
    sticker fee 25
    tax 22.05
    Title&License 125
    The total number is 20179.80

    They offer $500 coupon toward down payment so after the coupon a 36 month lease with 0 down (actually $500 from dealer) 15,000 miles per year, the monthly payment is 243.

    The dealer mentioned bank acquisition fee during talk but did not listed it on the final breakdown (just realized otherwise will ask them in showroom). I checked others posts about leasing a car. Never see those kinds of fees before. Does anyone who leased a car before give me some hints?

    Thanks so much!

    I am new to the lease.

    Many of the fees vary by state - the ones you list are what I would expect to see in MA. Most leases have an acquisition fee associated with them - but they may also be rolled into the capitalized cost of the lease.

    What trim level are you looking at? Is this a sedan, hybrid or coupe?

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  • thank you, Michael. it is a 2014 HONDA civic ex sedan

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 161,882

    @loveedmunds1 said:
    thank you, Michael. it is a 2014 HONDA civic ex sedan

    Using the MSRP and selling price you've provided, and the residual value of 59% and MF of .0003, I get a pre-tax payment of $211.89

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  • carworldcarworld Posts: 5

    Hello edmunds community!

    Can you guys provide me with an explanation of what the money factor is? I want to Lease a Honda Civic 2014

    This is the brief quote I was sent:

    Your Internet Sale Price is *$17,761.00

    Special Monthly Lease Payment *$159.00

    As you can see, the sales person neglects to mention money factor or residual value.

    Any help is greatly appreciated.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,478

    The money factor is a substitute for an APR, and is used to calculate the finance charge portion of the lease.

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  • carworldcarworld Posts: 5

    Thanks for the fast response.
    What is do I have to look out for? Any tips?

    I've read that the most important figure is the residual, however I'm concerned about fees (such as acquisition and disposal fees).

  • carworldcarworld Posts: 5

    else*

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,478

    @carworld said:
    Thanks for the fast response.
    What is do I have to look out for? Any tips?

    I've read that the most important figure is the residual, however I'm concerned about fees (such as acquisition and disposal fees).

    To be frank, you could write a book about the process of leasing..

    But, reading these articles would be a good place to start:

    http://www.edmunds.com/car-leasing/

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  • carworldcarworld Posts: 5
    Thanks again!

    Here's a quote:
    HondaCivic Lx
    $177 x 35 w/ $0 down + Tax Title License
     
    Money Factor:  .00030
    Residual Value: $12188

    Is this a good deal?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 161,882

    @carworld said:
    Thanks again!

    Here's a quote:
    HondaCivic Lx
    $177 x 35 w/ $0 down + Tax Title License
     
    Money Factor:  .00030
    Residual Value: $12188

    Is this a good deal?

    MSRP? Selling price?

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  • carworldcarworld Posts: 5

    The sale price I believe is around $17,761.00

  • zo0m1zo0m1 Posts: 9

    anyone have any numbers for a 24 month lease on a civic LX or EX?

  • zo0m1zo0m1 Posts: 9

    in SoCal

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,478

    @zo0m1 said:
    anyone have any numbers for a 24 month lease on a civic LX or EX?

    .00030 MF and 66% for 24mo, 15K/yr on either model. 36mo. residual is 59%.

    $500 lease cash

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  • zo0m1zo0m1 Posts: 9

    Thanks! Does Honda do 12k leases? Do you know the residual on that for 24mo?

  • mikesetmikeset Posts: 39

    Looking for a honda civic lx lease in ny. honda.com showing me the lx for $0 first months payment, $210.00 per month for 35 months; $0 down payment, $0 security deposit. For well-qualified lessees.

    MSRP $19,980.00 (includes destination, excludes tax, license, title fees, registration, documentation fees, options, insurance and the like). Total monthly payments $7,350.00. Option to purchase at lease end $12,187.80.

    Some people were saying they got much cheaper deals in NY. Could someone direct me to those deals?

    10,000 miles a year is fine for me as well...

    Thanks!

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,478

    @zo0m1 said:
    Thanks! Does Honda do 12k leases? Do you know the residual on that for 24mo?

    Add 2% to the residual to go from 15K/yr to 12K/yr.

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  • mikesetmikeset Posts: 39
    edited May 2014

    looking to get a lease asap cause my car was stolen and no comprehensive :(

    should have excellent credit...

    any help is much appreciated

    found this deal, http://www.hillsidehonda.com/2014-honda-civic-specials.htm

    is that any good?

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 161,882

    @mikeset said:
    looking to get a lease asap cause my car was stolen and no comprehensive :(

    should have excellent credit...

    any help is much appreciated

    found this deal, http://www.hillsidehonda.com/2014-honda-civic-specials.htm

    is that any good?

    I'd have them provide the MSRP and selling price of the Civic, and a detailed break out of the up front costs.

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  • mikesetmikeset Posts: 39

    okay will do! thanks :)

  • mikesetmikeset Posts: 39

    So, I spoke to them over the phone and they were quite reluctant to give the information over the phone. This is what I have:

    MSRP $19,980
    Selling Price $18,131

    Up front costs:
    Destination = $790
    Bank = $595
    DMV = $300-400
    1st months payment, which is probably greater than $110/month due to being able to roll the doc and taxes into the monthly payments...

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 161,882

    @mikeset said:
    So, I spoke to them over the phone and they were quite reluctant to give the information over the phone. This is what I have:

    MSRP $19,980
    Selling Price $18,131

    Up front costs:
    Destination = $790
    Bank = $595
    DMV = $300-400
    1st months payment, which is probably greater than $110/month due to being able to roll the doc and taxes into the monthly payments...

    Yeah, I'm not seeing how they get to the $110/mo. Using your MSRP and selling price with the standard Honda Finance MF of .0003 and residual of 62%, I get a pre-tax payment of $168.69 for 36 months.

    I'm wondering if this is a program through a different finance company. Ask them what residual and MF they are using to get to the $110 number.

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  • mikesetmikeset Posts: 39
    edited May 2014

    I believe it is in-house financing.

    Honda only offers financing for 12k/yr I thought.

    Let's see if they will give me that information via phone/email.

  • mikesetmikeset Posts: 39

    Was not able to get that information from them yet, but I did call another place after I found their special:

    http://www.huntingtonhondacars.com/Newspaper-Specials/

    They said they are looking to move cars in the month of may and will beat the other dealers price.

    So what I have from them (over the phone) is:

    msrp 19,980
    selling price 18,131

    residual 12,387
    MF 00300 (can that be right?)

    bank $595, tax 273, dmv $60, first month 110 (since they are matching the other dealer)

  • mikesetmikeset Posts: 39

    ended up getting it for $128/month including taxes and everything

    paid $1300 out of pocket for first month, bank, doc, etc

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,478

    Congrats on the new car!

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  • Hi -

    I am considering a 36 month lease, 15K per year, on a 2014 Civic Si Sedan - MSRP is $23,780 including destination. What is the AHFC current money factor and residual value percentage? Does the Edmunds True Market Value include current incentives?

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 161,882

    @billykokomo said:
    Hi -

    I am considering a 36 month lease, 15K per year, on a 2014 Civic Si Sedan - MSRP is $23,780 including destination. What is the AHFC current money factor and residual value percentage? Does the Edmunds True Market Value include current incentives?

    59% for an Si without Nav, 57% if Nav is included.

    MF is .00030 and there is $800 lease cash available this month.

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  • gamer3gamer3 Posts: 2
    edited May 2014

    Help please.

    Planning to lease a 2014 Honda Civic EX (not EX-L)
    600 due at signing
    235 monthly

    Is it good in California ?
    Anyone who has leased please comment.

    Honda Special in Cali is 169 a month with 2899 due at signing.

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 161,882

    @gamer3 said:
    Help please.

    Planning to lease a 2014 Honda Civic EX (not EX-L)
    600 due at signing
    235 monthly

    Is it good in California ?
    Anyone who has leased please comment.

    Honda Special in Cali is 169 a month with 2899 due at signing.

    What is the lease term and miles per year? MSRP and selling price?

    The California special is OK - the amount due at signing is pretty high, as that includes some cap cost reduction, which is something you don't want to do. If the car is stolen or totaled, you are out that money.

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  • gamer3gamer3 Posts: 2

    Thank you for your response.
    Its 36 mo/36 K,
    MSRP - 21880 and SP 19300

    @Michaell said:
    The California special is OK - the amount due at signing is pretty high, as that includes some cap cost reduction, which is something you don't want to do. If the car is stolen or totaled, you are out that money.

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