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Lexus 2016 ES 350 Lease

bluerain07657bluerain07657 Posts: 3
edited December 2015 in Lexus
Hi, I am currently looking for es 350(2016) lease... This is my 1st lease, and I would like to know if the offer I received is decent deal.

2016 Lexus ES 350
MSRP: $46000
Mile: 10K
Monthly Payment: $430(before tax)
State: New York

Thank you.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 120,532

    Hi, I am currently looking for es 350(2016) lease... This is my 1st lease, and I would like to know if the offer I received is decent deal.

    2016 Lexus ES 350
    MSRP: $46000
    Mile: 10K
    Monthly Payment: $430(before tax)
    State: New York

    Thank you.

    Selling price?
    Term of lease?
    How much due at signing?

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  • Selling price is $46000, and it is 36 months lease.
    Due for signing is Tax, Bank Fees, and DMV Fees.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 111,239

    Selling price is $46000, and it is 36 months lease.
    Due for signing is Tax, Bank Fees, and DMV Fees.

    No discount from MSRP?

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  • No. There was no discount. The bank fee is $700, DMV Fee $395 + $1700 tax.
  • If there is no discount, than it is a bad deal. You should never be paying MSRP...that's just putting a lot of profit into the dealers pocket. The invoice on that car is likely around $43,000 and you should easily be able to get $2000-2500 off by just saying no to the deal 3 or 4 times.
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