My wife and I leased a 2015 Grand Cherokee Altitude 4x4 this weekend, MSRP 41,625. We went in without doing much prior research, were ok with the numbers provided to us, and ended up leasing the truck for 39 months at $588 per month with $5000 down. I didn't assume we got a great deal, but trusted the salesman and assumed it was fair. After re-reading the lease agreement, and going through lease calculators, it seems a little fishy. Even though MSRP is 41,625, the "agreed upon value of the vehicle" under gross cap cost is listed at $44,620, bringing total gross cap cost to 48502 including sales tax, warranty and fees. Cap cost reduction is 6912, which includes the down payment and the 2500 discount, so adjusted cap cot comes to 41590. Residual value is 19980, rent charge 1320. My question essentially: is there any way it makes sense for the "agreed upon value of the vehicle" to be 44620 when the msrp they provided me with is 41625? Or did they just game the numbers to spit out a higher monthly payment? Any help would be greatly appreciated.... I only paid half the sec deposit so still have a tad of ammo if I'm sure they screwed me over. Thanks!!