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2015 Volkswagen CC Lease Questions

lepialepia Posts: 45
edited April 2015 in Volkswagen
can someone provide the money factor/Residual/incentives for a 2014/15. I am currently leasing a CC and will get into another.
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  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    lepia said:

    can someone provide the money factor/Residual/incentives for a 2014/15. I am currently leasing a CC and will get into another.


    2015: .00021 MF and 49% residual for 36mo, 15K/yr. $3250 lease cash.

    I don't have any 2014 info.

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  • lepialepia Posts: 45
    Thank you moderator. I want to lease an executive model. dealer says there is only a 2k lease cash incentive. is this correct? Also, I am going for a 10K miles/36 months. can you confirm that the residual would be = 53%
    Thanks again,
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    lepia said:

    Thank you moderator. I want to lease an executive model. dealer says there is only a 2k lease cash incentive. is this correct? Also, I am going for a 10K miles/36 months. can you confirm that the residual would be = 53%
    Thanks again,


    Yes... MF and residual are the same for the Executive model.. (52% for 36mo, 10K/yr), but the lease cash is only $2000.

    I'd have a hard time not sticking with the Sport or R-Line trim, given the higher incentive.

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  • kbad81kbad81 Posts: 20
    What is the current money factor and residual for a 36/12 on a 2015 CC R-Line? Also is there still lease cash available? Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 117,952
    kbad81 said:

    What is the current money factor and residual for a 36/12 on a 2015 CC R-Line? Also is there still lease cash available? Thanks

    .00021 and 51%. $3250 lease cash.

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  • chad75chad75 Posts: 56
    Just signed a lease on a 2015 CC R-Line manual in southwest Florida, 36 months, 10k/year.

    Paid the dealer fee, acquisition fee, and title & tag fees up front (only way the dealership would keep the price down), plus first month's payment.

    Total cash down for all fees: $1,666.00
    36 monthly payments of: $306.00 (incl. tax)

    Total outlay over 36 months: $12,682

    We were aiming for as close to $12,000 total as possible, and that was the lowest we could get it... but we did manage to get them to throw in window tinting at their expense... so that knocked about $150-$200 off our cost.

    I'm hoping this was a pretty good deal.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 117,952
    chad75 said:

    Just signed a lease on a 2015 CC R-Line manual in southwest Florida, 36 months, 10k/year.

    Paid the dealer fee, acquisition fee, and title & tag fees up front (only way the dealership would keep the price down), plus first month's payment.

    Total cash down for all fees: $1,666.00
    36 monthly payments of: $306.00 (incl. tax)

    Total outlay over 36 months: $12,682

    We were aiming for as close to $12,000 total as possible, and that was the lowest we could get it... but we did manage to get them to throw in window tinting at their expense... so that knocked about $150-$200 off our cost.

    I'm hoping this was a pretty good deal.

    What were the MSRP and selling prices?

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  • chad75chad75 Posts: 56
    Michaell said:

    chad75 said:

    Just signed a lease on a 2015 CC R-Line manual in southwest Florida, 36 months, 10k/year.

    Paid the dealer fee, acquisition fee, and title & tag fees up front (only way the dealership would keep the price down), plus first month's payment.

    Total cash down for all fees: $1,666.00
    36 monthly payments of: $306.00 (incl. tax)

    Total outlay over 36 months: $12,682

    We were aiming for as close to $12,000 total as possible, and that was the lowest we could get it... but we did manage to get them to throw in window tinting at their expense... so that knocked about $150-$200 off our cost.

    I'm hoping this was a pretty good deal.

    What were the MSRP and selling prices?

    On the lease worksheet:

    ADVERTISED PRICE (incl. destination): $35,575.00
    DISCOUNT: $7,008.63
    TOTAL PURCHASE: $28,566.37
    MF: 0.00021
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 117,952
    chad75 said:

    Michaell said:

    chad75 said:

    Just signed a lease on a 2015 CC R-Line manual in southwest Florida, 36 months, 10k/year.

    Paid the dealer fee, acquisition fee, and title & tag fees up front (only way the dealership would keep the price down), plus first month's payment.

    Total cash down for all fees: $1,666.00
    36 monthly payments of: $306.00 (incl. tax)

    Total outlay over 36 months: $12,682

    We were aiming for as close to $12,000 total as possible, and that was the lowest we could get it... but we did manage to get them to throw in window tinting at their expense... so that knocked about $150-$200 off our cost.

    I'm hoping this was a pretty good deal.

    What were the MSRP and selling prices?

    On the lease worksheet:

    ADVERTISED PRICE (incl. destination): $35,575.00
    DISCOUNT: $7,008.63
    TOTAL PURCHASE: $28,566.37
    MF: 0.00021
    Nice deal - enjoy your new VW!

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  • straman17straman17 Posts: 58
    Are the MF and Residuals different between Sport and R-Line? 36/15K per year? Thanks so much
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 117,952
    straman17 said:

    Are the MF and Residuals different between Sport and R-Line? 36/15K per year? Thanks so much

    Sport and R-Line have the same numbers for March - .00050 and 48% for 36/15. $3750 lease cash.

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  • bingjeepbingjeep Posts: 2
    That sounds like a great lease on the R-Line Chad. I am trying to purchase a 2015 Executive or R-Line. I wanted to purchase, but it sounds like leasing is the way to go. If I could get the same deal Chad received, I would do that. Does anyone know the lease numbers I need as far as factors and incentives? Thanks!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    bingjeep said:

    That sounds like a great lease on the R-Line Chad. I am trying to purchase a 2015 Executive or R-Line. I wanted to purchase, but it sounds like leasing is the way to go. If I could get the same deal Chad received, I would do that. Does anyone know the lease numbers I need as far as factors and incentives? Thanks!

    .00045 MF and 48% residual for 36mo, 15K/yr

    $4250 lease cash on R-Line, $3000 lease cash on Executive

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  • ob69ob69 Posts: 4
    For a 2015 CC Executive on a 48 mo lease what should the current money factor and residual be? I am planning on putting zero down at signing, rolling everything into the lease. Thanks
  • ob69ob69 Posts: 4
    I forgot to add 10k miles per year.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 117,952
    ob69 said:

    For a 2015 CC Executive on a 48 mo lease what should the current money factor and residual be? I am planning on putting zero down at signing, rolling everything into the lease. Thanks

    ob69 said:

    I forgot to add 10k miles per year.

    .00095 and 44%. $3000 lease cash.

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  • ob69ob69 Posts: 4
    Why is the MF almost double?
  • ob69ob69 Posts: 4
    What would the current MF and residual be for same car but 36/10?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 117,952
    ob69 said:

    Why is the MF almost double?

    Any lease term longer than 36 months uses the higher MF.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    ob69 said:

    What would the current MF and residual be for same car but 36/10?

    .00045 MF and 51% residual. $3000 lease cash.

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  • kerbkerb Posts: 172
    Greetings Moderator,

    Could you kindly provide the buy rate, residual and incentives for a '15 CC Sport with Automatic Transmission based upon a 36/10.

    Thank you.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 117,952
    kerb said:
    Greetings Moderator, Could you kindly provide the buy rate, residual and incentives for a '15 CC Sport with Automatic Transmission based upon a 36/10. Thank you.

    .00045 MF and 51% residual. $3000 lease cash.

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  • kerbkerb Posts: 172
    Thank you
  • yachtcfyachtcf Posts: 2
    Do you guys have the MF, residual, and incentives for May on 2015 CC Sport and R-Line with DSG? Also, are there any extra incentives for current VW Credit customers? This is for 10K miles / 36 months.

    Thanks.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 117,952
    yachtcf said:

    Do you guys have the MF, residual, and incentives for May on 2015 CC Sport and R-Line with DSG? Also, are there any extra incentives for current VW Credit customers? This is for 10K miles / 36 months.

    Thanks.

    .00001 and 50% for both trims; $4000 lease cash.

    Use the "Car Research" tab at the top of the page to link to current customer incentives.

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  • yachtcfyachtcf Posts: 2
    Thanks $4000 sounds good.
  • rickl87rickl87 Posts: 2
    Can someone kindly provide the June MF, Residual and customer incentive for 2015 cc sport and R-line, 36/10k and 36/12k?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    rickl87 said:

    Can someone kindly provide the June MF, Residual and customer incentive for 2015 cc sport and R-line, 36/10k and 36/12k?

    .00001 MF and 50%/49% residual. $4000 lease cash.

    Same program for both models

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  • vdubber4vdubber4 Posts: 4
    Hi,
    I was just quoted 2015 CC DSG EXEC lease in south NJ;
    Msrp 39,170
    Sale. 33,999
    1000 down
    447 month
    10/36
    Residual 50% @ 19,585

    Is this a good deal? if so, is it worth buying at the end?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    vdubber4 said:

    Hi,
    I was just quoted 2015 CC DSG EXEC lease in south NJ;
    Msrp 39,170
    Sale. 33,999
    1000 down
    447 month
    10/36
    Residual 50% @ 19,585

    Is this a good deal? if so, is it worth buying at the end?

    It's a decent deal. There is $2750 lease cash on this model (ergo, the big discount).

    If you go with the Sport or R-Line, the lease cash is $4000 (plus, lower MSRP). You could save a lot, that way.

    Will it be worth the residual in three years? Probably not.

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