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2015 Buick Regal Lease Questions

ClairesClaires Chicago areaPosts: 1,222
edited April 2015 in Buick
Welcome to Edmunds discussion dedicated to 2015 Buick Regal leasing questions. Here you can find and discuss all the latest lease details for the 2015 Regal, including cap costs, money factors, residual values, acquisition fees, etc. Please post any leasing questions you have or any details you’d like to share about your own lease deals.

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  • Hello wondering if the numbers changed for sept. Buick regal awd MSRP around 33k. Lease 36mo 15k per year. Also I can't find the other 2015 regal thread? Can you please tell me how to compute the money factor? Thanks

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 174,874

    @pklostermen said:
    Hello wondering if the numbers changed for sept. Buick regal awd MSRP around 33k. Lease 36mo 15k per year. Also I can't find the other 2015 regal thread? Can you please tell me how to compute the money factor? Thanks-

    2015 - 1.45% and 55%. $800 lease cash.

    2014 - 1.25% and 52%. $2350 lease cash.

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  • Hello,

    I'm currently investigating a 2015 Regal. Can you provide me with the residual, money factor and lease cash for the following 3 year leases (12 and 15k).

    Regal base FWD
    Regal Premium I FWD

    Thanks in advance!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 174,874
    mdp1177 said:

    Hello,

    I'm currently investigating a 2015 Regal. Can you provide me with the residual, money factor and lease cash for the following 3 year leases (12 and 15k).

    Regal base FWD
    Regal Premium I FWD

    Thanks in advance!

    1.80% and 55% for 36/15. Add 2% for 12K. $1450 lease cash.

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  • mdp1177mdp1177 Posts: 8
    edited November 2014
    Thanks for the quick reply! Just to confirm, those numbers apply for both the base and premium 1?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 174,874
    mdp1177 said:

    Thanks for the quick reply! Just to confirm, those numbers apply for both the base and premium 1?

    No difference ... only one set of numbers for the Regal ... all trims.

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  • jaykirkrnjaykirkrn Posts: 2
    Just received the following quote from my Buick Dealer in Kentucky
    2015 Buck Regal GS AWD
    selling price- 44470
    discount 1820.60
    rebate 3600
    adjusted price 39049.40
    pin stripe 199
    window tint 299
    TOTAL PURCHASE 39537.40
    SERVICES 1194
    TAX 131.52
    NET PRICE 40872.92

    0 DOWN
    24MOS/12K MILES=678
    36/12K MILES=544
    39/12K MILES=529
    ALSO need to mention that the discount or rebate above(not sure which one) is because my parents work for GM so have a GMS Number.....THIS SEEMS REALLY HIGH?? NO??
    Thanks in advance.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 174,874
    jaykirkrn said:

    Just received the following quote from my Buick Dealer in Kentucky
    2015 Buck Regal GS AWD
    selling price- 44470
    discount 1820.60
    rebate 3600
    adjusted price 39049.40
    pin stripe 199
    window tint 299
    TOTAL PURCHASE 39537.40
    SERVICES 1194
    TAX 131.52
    NET PRICE 40872.92

    0 DOWN
    24MOS/12K MILES=678
    36/12K MILES=544
    39/12K MILES=529
    ALSO need to mention that the discount or rebate above(not sure which one) is because my parents work for GM so have a GMS Number.....THIS SEEMS REALLY HIGH?? NO??
    Thanks in advance.

    Unfortunately, we haven't had any Buick lease numbers for a couple of months, but I agree that the lease quotes seem pretty high.

    Check with a different dealer and see if they give you better numbers; if nothing else, the competition between them will help you get the best deal.

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  • leescottleescott Posts: 149
    Could I please have the 36/39 numbers (10K miles/year) for a Regal GS manual tranny (in case there is a deduction for that) for south Florida. Also, is there any lease and/or conquest cash?

    Thanks!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 174,874
    leescott said:
    Could I please have the 36/39 numbers (10K miles/year) for a Regal GS manual tranny (in case there is a deduction for that) for south Florida. Also, is there any lease and/or conquest cash? Thanks!
    Sorry we didn't get any Buick lease numbers for July. 

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  • kahrguykahrguy Posts: 1
    I'd like to get clarification on the requirements for the $2400 "Bonus Lease Cash" for a Regal Turbo Premium I. This is shown under Incentives and Rebates here on Edmunds.com. When I go to the Buick website I don't find this offer listed.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 174,874
    kahrguy said:

    I'd like to get clarification on the requirements for the $2400 "Bonus Lease Cash" for a Regal Turbo Premium I. This is shown under Incentives and Rebates here on Edmunds.com. When I go to the Buick website I don't find this offer listed.

    It is a factory to dealer incentive.

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  • Priced a Regal 2016 lease 39 MO. 12,000 miles per year, premium II, $690 down (first month payment and taxes on rebates), and 275/month. Msrp $34,900. Gms pricing applied. First lease, thinking about pulling the trigger? Is it this a worthy deal? 
  • aebulbul said:

    Priced a Regal 2016 lease 39 MO. 12,000 miles per year, premium II, $690 down (first month payment and taxes on rebates), and 275/month. Msrp $34,900. Gms pricing applied. First lease, thinking about pulling the trigger? Is it this a worthy deal? 

    If you are a Costco member, you can get a $300 or $700 Costco cash card if you are an Executive member.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 174,874
    aebulbul said:
    Priced a Regal 2016 lease 39 MO. 12,000 miles per year, premium II, $690 down (first month payment and taxes on rebates), and 275/month. Msrp $34,900. Gms pricing applied. First lease, thinking about pulling the trigger? Is it this a worthy deal? 
    What is the selling price?

    Looks like a good deal, on the surface...

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  • adamcar said:
    Priced a Regal 2016 lease 39 MO. 12,000 miles per year, premium II, $690 down (first month payment and taxes on rebates), and 275/month. Msrp $34,900. Gms pricing applied. First lease, thinking about pulling the trigger? Is it this a worthy deal? 
    If you are a Costco member, you can get a $300 or $700 Costco cash card if you are an Executive member.
    We're executive Costco members, but can't stack with Gms. Gms pricing is much better even with Costco card. 
  • aebulbul said:
    adamcar said:
    Priced a Regal 2016 lease 39 MO. 12,000 miles per year, premium II, $690 down (first month payment and taxes on rebates), and 275/month. Msrp $34,900. Gms pricing applied. First lease, thinking about pulling the trigger? Is it this a worthy deal? 
    If you are a Costco member, you can get a $300 or $700 Costco cash card if you are an Executive member.
    We're executive Costco members, but can't stack with Gms. Gms pricing is much better even with Costco card. 
    Might want to double check.  Costco cash card is independent of any pricing discounts, or so my dealer told me.  All you have to do is fill out a Costco survey to get the Costco cash card. Of course I have not done this so I could be wrong.
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