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2015 Porsche Cayenne Lease Questions

jdpvjdpv Posts: 1
edited May 2015 in Porsche
Hi, I am interested in leasing a new 2015 Cayenne S for 3-years, 15k miles/year. I am Tier 1 credit. Do you know what is the residual percentage value I should expect?
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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 100,631
    Sorry... no Porsche information for this quarter.

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  • amri2amri2 Posts: 4
    Can you help me with the MRM for 2015 Cayenne Diesel?

    Thanks.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 100,631
    amri2 said:

    Can you help me with the MRM for 2015 Cayenne Diesel?

    Thanks.

    Sorry, but we don't have any current Porsche lease info

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  • amri2amri2 Posts: 4
    kyfdx said:

    amri2 said:

    Can you help me with the MRM for 2015 Cayenne Diesel?

    Thanks.

    Sorry, but we don't have any current Porsche lease info
    If you happen to have the most recent info for this car, that will be useful for comparison.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 90,605
    amri2 said:

    kyfdx said:

    amri2 said:

    Can you help me with the MRM for 2015 Cayenne Diesel?

    Thanks.

    Sorry, but we don't have any current Porsche lease info
    If you happen to have the most recent info for this car, that will be useful for comparison.
    The base Porsche MF is .00200, and has been for some time.

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  • jddssc121jddssc121 Posts: 113
    Any chance you have numbers for a 2015 diesel at 36/15?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 90,605
    jddssc121 said:

    Any chance you have numbers for a 2015 diesel at 36/15?

    We haven't see numbers from Porsche since late last year.

    But, the standard MF has been .00200 for quite some time.

    Couldn't even guess at a residual amount, sorry.

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  • PF_FlyerPF_Flyer Pennsylvania Furnace, PAPosts: 8,395
    edited May 2015
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  • dalemadalema Posts: 62
    Hi. For a Cayenne S and Cayenne GTS - do you have MF and residual for 24, 36, 39 months lease at 7.500 and 10,000 miles. Thanks!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 90,605
    dalema said:
    Hi. For a Cayenne S and Cayenne GTS - do you have MF and residual for 24, 36, 39 months lease at 7.500 and 10,000 miles. Thanks!
    No Porsche numbers this quarter. Standard MF is .00200. 

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  • Do you have the MF and residual for a 2016 Cayenne for 36 months/12k miles.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 100,631

    Do you have the MF and residual for a 2016 Cayenne for 36 months/12k miles.

    Sorry.. we haven't received any Porsche numbers.

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  • sjl225sjl225 Posts: 29
    Hello again Kyfdx,

    Would you happen to have the latest MF's and residuals for the Porsche Cayenne SE-Hybrid....24, and 36m/12k p/y and any incentives, incl loyalty?

    Thank you very much!

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 90,605
    sjl225 said:

    Hello again Kyfdx,

    Would you happen to have the latest MF's and residuals for the Porsche Cayenne SE-Hybrid....24, and 36m/12k p/y and any incentives, incl loyalty?

    Thank you very much!

    We haven't seen any Porsche numbers for over a year now ... sorry.

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  • sjl225sjl225 Posts: 29
    Thanks anyway Michaell
  • Hi, any MF residual info on 2016 Cayenne S or GTS? 7.5k/36m. Thanks so much.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 90,605
    beero29 said:

    Hi, any MF residual info on 2016 Cayenne S or GTS? 7.5k/36m. Thanks so much.

    Sadly, we haven't see no any Porsche lease numbers in over a year.

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  • Hi all, any chance you have the mf and residual for a 2016 cayenne turbo for 10k/36? Thanks!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 90,605

    Hi all, any chance you have the mf and residual for a 2016 cayenne turbo for 10k/36? Thanks!

    We haven't seen Porsche numbers in quite some time, sorry.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know!


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  • nydesi80nydesi80 Posts: 13
    I need help in analyzing these 3 deals for a Cayenne S Hybrid. The first deal is on Car A and the last two is on Car B (same exact car) from 2 different dealers. I don't understand why the base monthly payment on a more expensive car (Car A) is not much different then Car B if they are all claiming it's set up the same way. 

    Also so why are the two different deals for Car B presented below slightly different? 

    The price we agreed to was 14% off MSRP including the federal tax rebate / 39 months / 10k miles. I'm in NM and my tax rate is 5.125%. The leases have the wrong taxes in the box but please pay attention to the base monthly payments. 

    Thank You




  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 90,605
    nydesi80 said:

    I need help in analyzing these 3 deals for a Cayenne S Hybrid. The first deal is on Car A and the last two is on Car B (same exact car) from 2 different dealers. I don't understand why the base monthly payment on a more expensive car (Car A) is not much different then Car B if they are all claiming it's set up the same way. 

    Also so why are the two different deals for Car B presented below slightly different? 

    The price we agreed to was 14% off MSRP including the federal tax rebate / 39 months / 10k miles. I'm in NM and my tax rate is 5.125%. The leases have the wrong taxes in the box but please pay attention to the base monthly payments. 

    Thank You




    A couple of points to note:

    1. The MF is different on all three deals - for A, it's .00250, B is .00220 and C is .00200. That will vary the payment
    2. Porsche (along with other brands) have this concept known as MRM (Maximum Residualized MSRP). What that means is that if your MSRP (with all the options) is higher than this amount, you pay 100% of that delta in the life of the lease. For A, this means that the $3405 difference between your MSRP and the MRM is covered in the 39 month lease term - or, about $87/mo. I don't see an MRM number on deals B and C, but I'm pretty sure they are coming into play in the lease calculations.

    Unfortunately, we don't have the numbers for Porsche - haven't had them in quite a while. But, I do seem to remember that the standard MF was .00200, so it's possible that both deals A and B have the MF marked up for extra profit.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 100,631
    @nydesi80 @michaell

    That's close... MRM = Maximum Residualized MSRP

    You don't pay the difference between actual MSRP and MRM. It's just that the residual is based on the MRM, not the actual MSRP (assuming actual is greater than MRM).

    So, as a result, the residual is lower by the difference, multiplied by the residual percentage.

    In the case of example A, this reduces the residual by ($3405 X .57), or $1940.85. That increases your depreciation by the same amount, and a corresponding increase in your payment.

    The lease is a lot more cost effective if you pick a car out that has an MSRP under the MRM.

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 90,605
    kyfdx said:

    @nydesi80 @michaell

    That's close... MRM = Maximum Residualized MSRP

    You don't pay the difference between actual MSRP and MRM. It's just that the residual is based on the MRM, not the actual MSRP (assuming actual is greater than MRM).

    So, as a result, the residual is lower by the difference, multiplied by the residual percentage.

    In the case of example A, this reduces the residual by ($3405 X .57), or $1940.85. That increases your depreciation by the same amount, and a corresponding increase in your payment.

    The lease is a lot more cost effective if you pick a car out that has an MSRP under the MRM.

    Thanks for the clarification. So, instead of $87/mo, it's only $50/mo extra.

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  • nydesi80nydesi80 Posts: 13
    Yes I'm aware of the MRM and on this car the MRM is set to $92,100. However I thought if you negotiate the selling price of the car below the MRM, regardless of what the MSRP is, it won't matter? 
  • nydesi80nydesi80 Posts: 13
    Both dealers B and C are pricing the same car for me. I would like to purchase the car from dealer C. He's giving me the better rate then the other two. But I don't understand why his deal is not yielding a lower monthly payment then Dealer B (which is for the same car with exact same MSRP). 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 90,605
    nydesi80 said:
    Yes I'm aware of the MRM and on this car the MRM is set to $92,100. However I thought if you negotiate the selling price of the car below the MRM, regardless of what the MSRP is, it won't matter? 
    No, because the residual is based off the MSRP. You still want a low sale price to make the depreciation part of the payment as small as possible. 

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  • nydesi80nydesi80 Posts: 13
    Ok got it. But then why is deal C not significantly lower then deal B? 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 90,605
    nydesi80 said:

    Ok got it. But then why is deal C not significantly lower then deal B? 

    Because the "adjusted cap cost" is $2500 higher for C than it is for B, which negates a lot of the MF delta.

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  • nydesi80nydesi80 Posts: 13
    If deal C was structured the same way as deal B with the better money factor what would my monthly payment be? 
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 100,631
    nydesi80 said:

    If deal C was structured the same way as deal B with the better money factor what would my monthly payment be? 

    Deal C already has the better money factor, plus it's a more expensive unit. Plus, it's almost the exact same price.. Not sure why you'd want to change it to be more like Deal B?

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