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2017 Chrysler Pacifica Lease Deals and Prices

bobbobbinsbobbobbins Posts: 19
edited September 2017 in Chrysler
Anyone have the money factor and residuals for May 2017 on these new vehicles.
Probably looking at 12k miles/year and 36 month lease with X Plan pricing for a Touring-L Minivan?
In the Pittsburgh, PA area.

Thanks in advance.
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  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 128,067

    Anyone have the money factor and residuals for May 2017 on these new vehicles.
    Probably looking at 12k miles/year and 36 month lease with X Plan pricing for a Touring-L Minivan?
    In the Pittsburgh, PA area.

    Thanks in advance.

    .00096 MF and 54% residual

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  • homerrulezhomerrulez Posts: 66
    10K miles and 3 years are as follows

    LX = .00078 and 57%
    Touring = .00119 and 54%
    Touring L = .00096 and 55%
    Touring L plus = .00099 and 54%
    Limited = .00118 and 54%


  • homerrulezhomerrulez Posts: 66
    these are April numbers. May numbers not known yet
  • homerrulezhomerrulez Posts: 66
    having issues locating new numbers.

    Im told numbers have remained the same

    can anyone confirm this?

    interested in touring L plus 24 or 36 months at 10k miles per year

    and

    Limited 24 or 36 months at 10k miles per year

    Thank you
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,597

    having issues locating new numbers.

    Im told numbers have remained the same

    can anyone confirm this?

    interested in touring L plus 24 or 36 months at 10k miles per year

    and

    Limited 24 or 36 months at 10k miles per year

    Thank you

    24/10
    Touring L Plus - .00032 and 60%
    Limited - .00059 and 61%

    36/10
    Touring L Plus - .00080 and 53%
    Limited - .00099 and 53%

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  • homerrulezhomerrulez Posts: 66
    Thank Michaell

    from the looks of it, these things are still leasing out at utter garbage lease rates AND residual

    I hope no one buys them so that they start waking up and stop charging higher premiums than Toyota and Honda.

    With employee Purchase price, and the $500 lease cash (conquest/loyalty not eligible w/ EP pricing), on a Touring L plus with an MSRP of $42,545...... Im getting

    $492/month with $880 out of pocket

    By comparison, an equally equipped Sienna or Odyssey come out to

    Sienna Limited $43198 = $462/month with $880 out of pocket

    Odyssey Touring $43,205 = $474/month with $880 out of pocket

    How does Chrysler think its better than both? What makes them so special that they should charge $20-$30/month MORE, than that of the two BEST minivans on the market? Keep in mind, my Pacifica pricing is based on Employee Purchase price. Not friends and family, but Employee price. The likelihood is nearly every one buying this, WILL NOT qualify for such pricing. So if we use Friends and Family price, you end up being $94/month MORE than the Sienna and $80 more than the Odyssey per month.


    Ive owned more chryslers in my young life, than generations of families have ever owned. If Chrysler doesnt find a way to get hits stick out of its ***, the lease sales for this month will be HORRIFICALLY BAD, and deservedly so!
  • homerrulezhomerrulez Posts: 66
    I would like to add, that an Acura MDX Advance AWD, fully loaded to the teeth, nearly $60k MSRP

    Can be leased at $588/month with 920 out of pocket

    Thats a monthly price below 1% of MSRP

    Chrysler is charging a monthly price of 1.15% msrp. American brands should NEVER be charging more than a luxury brand, NEVER!
  • dacarmondacarmon Posts: 35
    Hello - In Florida - looking for #s for all trim levels for the 2017 Pacifica for 36/12 and 36/15 and to what date these are valid until. Thanks!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,597
    dacarmon said:

    Hello - In Florida - looking for #s for all trim levels for the 2017 Pacifica for 36/12 and 36/15 and to what date these are valid until. Thanks!

    MF ranges from .00076 to .00100, 36/15 residuals from 50-53%. Add 2% for 12K.

    Chrysler Capital numbers are valid until 5/31/16.

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  • dacarmondacarmon Posts: 35
    Thank you - what is the MF and residual on the "Touring" trim level?
  • uecuec Posts: 10
    edited May 2016
    Hi,  what are the 36mo/15k miles residuals and MF for LX, Touring and Touring-L please?   Is there a MF reduction with auto-pay (like MBFS has .0001)? Thank you!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,597
    dacarmon said:

    Thank you - what is the MF and residual on the "Touring" trim level?

    36/15 - .00100 and 50%

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,597
    edited May 2016
    uec said:

    Hi,  what are the 36mo/15k miles residuals and MF for LX, Touring and Touring-L please?   Is there a MF reduction with auto-pay (like MBFS has .0001)? Thank you!

    LX - .00059 and 53%
    Touring - .00100 and 50%
    Touring-L - .00076 and 51%

    No Autopay information.

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  • drewpark21drewpark21 Posts: 42
    Hello, what is the money factor and residual value for a 36 month/15K mile Limited?

    The dealer is saying the money factor is 0.00099 and residual @ 50%. Is that correct?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,597

    Hello, what is the money factor and residual value for a 36 month/15K mile Limited?

    The dealer is saying the money factor is 0.00099 and residual @ 50%. Is that correct?

    Those numbers are correct

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  • homerrulezhomerrulez Posts: 66

    Hello, what is the money factor and residual value for a 36 month/15K mile Limited?

    The dealer is saying the money factor is 0.00099 and residual @ 50%. Is that correct?

    are you shocked at how bad they are or are you just asking if the numbers are accurate?

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,597

    Hello, what is the money factor and residual value for a 36 month/15K mile Limited?

    The dealer is saying the money factor is 0.00099 and residual @ 50%. Is that correct?

    are you shocked at how bad they are or are you just asking if the numbers are accurate?

    My guess is ....

    ... both.

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  • homerrulezhomerrulez Posts: 66
    Michaell said:

    Hello, what is the money factor and residual value for a 36 month/15K mile Limited?

    The dealer is saying the money factor is 0.00099 and residual @ 50%. Is that correct?

    are you shocked at how bad they are or are you just asking if the numbers are accurate?

    My guess is ....

    ... both.
    that was my guess as well, until I started to see more and more lease numbers from other manufacturers and Ive come to the realization

    these are some of the worst lease rates in mankind...... for an American brand vehicle. NO MATTER THE HYPE SURROUNDING IT

    As someone whos known numbers for almost every possible make/model.. is that something you would agree with? Myself, I havent seen numbers this bad for a chrysler product for a very.... very long time.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,597

    Michaell said:

    Hello, what is the money factor and residual value for a 36 month/15K mile Limited?

    The dealer is saying the money factor is 0.00099 and residual @ 50%. Is that correct?

    are you shocked at how bad they are or are you just asking if the numbers are accurate?

    My guess is ....

    ... both.
    that was my guess as well, until I started to see more and more lease numbers from other manufacturers and Ive come to the realization

    these are some of the worst lease rates in mankind...... for an American brand vehicle. NO MATTER THE HYPE SURROUNDING IT

    As someone whos known numbers for almost every possible make/model.. is that something you would agree with? Myself, I havent seen numbers this bad for a chrysler product for a very.... very long time.
    Other than the popular models, which have the standard MF from Chrysler Financial (around .00200). Some of the Grand Cherokee trim levels have MF almost as high, as well.

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  • homerrulezhomerrulez Posts: 66
    Jeep and Ram are by far, FCA BEST selling vehicles. Jeep also has some of the greatest loyalty from a customer base you will find. When things are that good, you can charge higher level MF

    The Pacifica looks like a better car. So did the 200 (which failed miserably and are now being sold at 0& apr for 84 months PLUS REBATES).

    Chrysler minivans have never earned the right to charge such a horrible rate, and the Pacifica is one of them. Until the Pacifica establishes itself as a real contender, its absurd to charge higher for a Chrysler Product, than Honda and Toyota.

    Higher trims of the TnC are routinely in the (max) 1%apr and lower range. Yet Pacifica started out on the 2.5% range. Thats a 250% + increase in interest. The residuals I understand, are things that take a few months to adjust. BUT, in the meantime; ccap should have compensated for a better money factor. They didnt.

    To make matters worse for the Pacifica, a redesigned Odyssey is coming by the end of fall. With the way the redesign of the Pilot was done, that thing became a great seller overnight (a HR by Honda). The odyssey, will likely follow suit; making the Pacifica a bad buy if they dont start offering something to give them a competitive advantage.

    Remember, the TnC and Caravans advantage was its great prices/rebates. If Chrysler doesnt fix that, the Pacifica will be another FCA product (like the 200) to fall flat on its face. And last I checked, FCA cant afford for that to happen.

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,597

    Jeep and Ram are by far, FCA BEST selling vehicles. Jeep also has some of the greatest loyalty from a customer base you will find. When things are that good, you can charge higher level MF

    The Pacifica looks like a better car. So did the 200 (which failed miserably and are now being sold at 0& apr for 84 months PLUS REBATES).

    Chrysler minivans have never earned the right to charge such a horrible rate, and the Pacifica is one of them. Until the Pacifica establishes itself as a real contender, its absurd to charge higher for a Chrysler Product, than Honda and Toyota.

    Higher trims of the TnC are routinely in the (max) 1%apr and lower range. Yet Pacifica started out on the 2.5% range. Thats a 250% + increase in interest. The residuals I understand, are things that take a few months to adjust. BUT, in the meantime; ccap should have compensated for a better money factor. They didnt.

    To make matters worse for the Pacifica, a redesigned Odyssey is coming by the end of fall. With the way the redesign of the Pilot was done, that thing became a great seller overnight (a HR by Honda). The odyssey, will likely follow suit; making the Pacifica a bad buy if they dont start offering something to give them a competitive advantage.

    Remember, the TnC and Caravans advantage was its great prices/rebates. If Chrysler doesnt fix that, the Pacifica will be another FCA product (like the 200) to fall flat on its face. And last I checked, FCA cant afford for that to happen.

    We could talk about FCA's fortunes in the market for days and days ..

    If you'd like, feel free to start up a new discussion that's more general in nature; I'll be happy to participate.

    Frankly, I think this may be the beginning of the end.

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  • Any update to the money factors or residuals for June?

    Specifically looking for 36/12 for the Touring-L Plus or Limited.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,597

    Any update to the money factors or residuals for June?

    Specifically looking for 36/12 for the Touring-L Plus or Limited.

    Touring-L+ - .00080 and 52%
    Limited - .00099 and 52%

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  • dacarmondacarmon Posts: 35
    What is June's MF and residual on the Touring trim level - 36/12?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 128,067
    dacarmon said:

    What is June's MF and residual on the Touring trim level - 36/12?

    .00100 MF and 52% residual

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  • maudlin2001maudlin2001 Posts: 37
    edited June 2016
    Can you please provide the Pacifica LX, Touring and Touring-L MF, Residual and any rebates. This is for Florida
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 128,067

    Can you please provide the Pacifica LX, Touring and Touring-L MF, Residual and any rebates. This is for Florida

    What term and mileage?

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  • drmrhsdrmrhs Posts: 10
    Can you please tell me the affiliate residual, rebates, and MF for touring-L36 month 10k/year with affiliates pricing in southwest ohio (Dayton/Cincy). Would the same apply with the advanced safety tech option?
    Thanks, Matthew
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 128,067
    drmrhs said:

    Can you please tell me the affiliate residual, rebates, and MF for touring-L36 month 10k/year with affiliates pricing in southwest ohio (Dayton/Cincy). Would the same apply with the advanced safety tech option?
    Thanks, Matthew

    No info on the affiliate program.

    .00076 MF and 54% residual

    Options don't affect lease numbers, only trim line, term and mileage

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • drmrhsdrmrhs Posts: 10
    kyfdx said:

    drmrhs said:

    Can you please tell me the affiliate residual, rebates, and MF for touring-L36 month 10k/year with affiliates pricing in southwest ohio (Dayton/Cincy). Would the same apply with the advanced safety tech option?
    Thanks, Matthew

    No info on the affiliate program.

    .00076 MF and 54% residual

    Options don't affect lease numbers, only trim line, term and mileage
    Thanks for the info. Sorry-- I actually meant touring L plus 3yr/10k.
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