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2017 Toyota Tacoma Lease Deals and Prices

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 177,170

    Thanks for the info! Do you think the 3k down is necessary cause of my credit or can I negotiate this deal without it? 

    He was not budging on the msrp price after multiple attempts. He tried to say that the price on these is actually marked up on the lot and he's giving me the msrp price like it's a deal. I'm not really trusting the dealer. 

    I don't have much experience on the credit side. If you really are Tier 9, then the downpayment may be necessary. Maybe, shop another dealer and see what they say?

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

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  • mbabs311mbabs311 Posts: 15
    edited May 2017
    Looking for latest May MF and residuals in Kansas. 

    Tacoma TRD sport crew cab 4x4, short box. Tow package if that changes anything. 3yr/36k.

    Thanks so much. 
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 177,170
    mbabs311 said:

    Looking for latest May MF and residuals in Kansas. 

    Tacoma TRD sport crew cab 4x4, short box. Tow package if that changes anything. 3yr/36k.

    Thanks so much. 

    .00220 MF and 73%/70% residual for MT/AT.

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  • efalk527efalk527 Posts: 44
    Hello, looking for some information on current Toyota lease offers in southeast Pennsylvania.

    36 months / 12k per year

    TRD Sport Double Cab (4WD)
    TRD Offroad Double Cab (4WD)

    What does 15k per year do to the residual?

    Any information on security deposits, i.e. how much one can buy down the MF?

    Local dealer has something like 27 Tacos on the lot right now with some level of mark down from MSRP on each ("real market pricing").

    Thanks in advance!!!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 177,170
    efalk527 said:

    Hello, looking for some information on current Toyota lease offers in southeast Pennsylvania.

    36 months / 12k per year

    TRD Sport Double Cab (4WD)
    TRD Offroad Double Cab (4WD)

    What does 15k per year do to the residual?

    Any information on security deposits, i.e. how much one can buy down the MF?

    Local dealer has something like 27 Tacos on the lot right now with some level of mark down from MSRP on each ("real market pricing").

    Thanks in advance!!!

    73%/74% residual for Sport/Offroad, assuming manual transmission.
    Subtract 3% for Automatic
    Subtract 2% for 15K/yr.
    .00220 MF

    Toyota does have an MSD program. 9 deposits X .00008 reduction, each = .00072 total reduction.
    It isn't widely used, and many dealers may not have heard of it, or be willing to use it.

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • efalk527efalk527 Posts: 44

    kyfdx said:

    Hello, looking for some information on current Toyota lease offers in southeast Pennsylvania.

    36 months / 12k per year

    TRD Sport Double Cab (4WD)
    TRD Offroad Double Cab (4WD)

    What does 15k per year do to the residual?

    Any information on security deposits, i.e. how much one can buy down the MF?

    Local dealer has something like 27 Tacos on the lot right now with some level of mark down from MSRP on each ("real market pricing").

    Thanks in advance!!!


    73%/74% residual for Sport/Offroad, assuming manual transmission.
    Subtract 3% for Automatic
    Subtract 2% for 15K/yr.
    .00220 MF

    Toyota does have an MSD program. 9 deposits X .00008 reduction, each = .00072 total reduction.
    It isn't widely used, and many dealers may not have heard of it, or be willing to use it.


    Great, thanks for the breakdown of costs. 

    On the MSD program, how are the deposits calculated?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 171,735
    efalk527 said:



    kyfdx said:


    efalk527 said:

    Hello, looking for some information on current Toyota lease offers in southeast Pennsylvania.



    36 months / 12k per year



    TRD Sport Double Cab (4WD)

    TRD Offroad Double Cab (4WD)



    What does 15k per year do to the residual?



    Any information on security deposits, i.e. how much one can buy down the MF?



    Local dealer has something like 27 Tacos on the lot right now with some level of mark down from MSRP on each ("real market pricing").



    Thanks in advance!!!



    73%/74% residual for Sport/Offroad, assuming manual transmission.

    Subtract 3% for Automatic

    Subtract 2% for 15K/yr.

    .00220 MF



    Toyota does have an MSD program. 9 deposits X .00008 reduction, each = .00072 total reduction.

    It isn't widely used, and many dealers may not have heard of it, or be willing to use it.


    Great, thanks for the breakdown of costs. 

    On the MSD program, how are the deposits calculated?

    Each MSD is the monthly payment rounded up to the next highest $50.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


    MODERATOR

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  • efalk527efalk527 Posts: 44
    Michaell said:

    efalk527 said:



    kyfdx said:


    efalk527 said:

    Hello, looking for some information on current Toyota lease offers in southeast Pennsylvania.



    36 months / 12k per year



    TRD Sport Double Cab (4WD)

    TRD Offroad Double Cab (4WD)



    What does 15k per year do to the residual?



    Any information on security deposits, i.e. how much one can buy down the MF?



    Local dealer has something like 27 Tacos on the lot right now with some level of mark down from MSRP on each ("real market pricing").



    Thanks in advance!!!



    73%/74% residual for Sport/Offroad, assuming manual transmission.

    Subtract 3% for Automatic

    Subtract 2% for 15K/yr.

    .00220 MF



    Toyota does have an MSD program. 9 deposits X .00008 reduction, each = .00072 total reduction.

    It isn't widely used, and many dealers may not have heard of it, or be willing to use it.


    Great, thanks for the breakdown of costs. 

    On the MSD program, how are the deposits calculated?
    Each MSD is the monthly payment rounded up to the next highest $50.

    If the amount of each deposit is based on the monthly payment, is that based on the final negotiated cap cost?

    Example: $35k cap cost gives a payment of $399, round up to next $50 is $400 per deposit.

    At $400 each, 9 MSDs is $3600, but would save $50 per month which is $1800 of the life of the lease. That's a 50% return over 3 years. Seems like a no brainer if you can afford to outlay that cash in the beginning.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 171,735
    efalk527 said:

    Michaell said:

    efalk527 said:



    kyfdx said:


    efalk527 said:

    Hello, looking for some information on current Toyota lease offers in southeast Pennsylvania.



    36 months / 12k per year



    TRD Sport Double Cab (4WD)

    TRD Offroad Double Cab (4WD)



    What does 15k per year do to the residual?



    Any information on security deposits, i.e. how much one can buy down the MF?



    Local dealer has something like 27 Tacos on the lot right now with some level of mark down from MSRP on each ("real market pricing").



    Thanks in advance!!!



    73%/74% residual for Sport/Offroad, assuming manual transmission.

    Subtract 3% for Automatic

    Subtract 2% for 15K/yr.

    .00220 MF



    Toyota does have an MSD program. 9 deposits X .00008 reduction, each = .00072 total reduction.

    It isn't widely used, and many dealers may not have heard of it, or be willing to use it.


    Great, thanks for the breakdown of costs. 

    On the MSD program, how are the deposits calculated?
    Each MSD is the monthly payment rounded up to the next highest $50.
    If the amount of each deposit is based on the monthly payment, is that based on the final negotiated cap cost?

    Example: $35k cap cost gives a payment of $399, round up to next $50 is $400 per deposit.

    At $400 each, 9 MSDs is $3600, but would save $50 per month which is $1800 of the life of the lease. That's a 50% return over 3 years. Seems like a no brainer if you can afford to outlay that cash in the beginning.

    Let's return to high school - can you show your work? :smile:

    $50/mo is a big savings per month with MSD.

    But, 30-40% returns are pretty typical over the lease term. Don't see many investments making 10% or more annually.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


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  • efalk527efalk527 Posts: 44
    Michaell said:

    efalk527 said:

    Michaell said:

    efalk527 said:



    kyfdx said:


    efalk527 said:

    Hello, looking for some information on current Toyota lease offers in southeast Pennsylvania.



    36 months / 12k per year



    TRD Sport Double Cab (4WD)

    TRD Offroad Double Cab (4WD)



    What does 15k per year do to the residual?



    Any information on security deposits, i.e. how much one can buy down the MF?



    Local dealer has something like 27 Tacos on the lot right now with some level of mark down from MSRP on each ("real market pricing").



    Thanks in advance!!!



    73%/74% residual for Sport/Offroad, assuming manual transmission.

    Subtract 3% for Automatic

    Subtract 2% for 15K/yr.

    .00220 MF



    Toyota does have an MSD program. 9 deposits X .00008 reduction, each = .00072 total reduction.

    It isn't widely used, and many dealers may not have heard of it, or be willing to use it.


    Great, thanks for the breakdown of costs. 

    On the MSD program, how are the deposits calculated?
    Each MSD is the monthly payment rounded up to the next highest $50.
    If the amount of each deposit is based on the monthly payment, is that based on the final negotiated cap cost?

    Example: $35k cap cost gives a payment of $399, round up to next $50 is $400 per deposit.

    At $400 each, 9 MSDs is $3600, but would save $50 per month which is $1800 of the life of the lease. That's a 50% return over 3 years. Seems like a no brainer if you can afford to outlay that cash in the beginning.
    Let's return to high school - can you show your work? :smile:

    $50/mo is a big savings per month with MSD.

    But, 30-40% returns are pretty typical over the lease term. Don't see many investments making 10% or more annually.

    MSRP: $35,113
    Adj. Cap Cost: $34,716 ("True Market Price" of $33,816+ $900 fees)
    Rent Charge Savings with a 0.00072 MF Reduction: ($35,113+$33,816)*0.00072= $50.40
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 177,170
    efalk527 said:

    Michaell said:

    efalk527 said:

    Michaell said:

    efalk527 said:



    kyfdx said:


    efalk527 said:

    Hello, looking for some information on current Toyota lease offers in southeast Pennsylvania.



    36 months / 12k per year



    TRD Sport Double Cab (4WD)

    TRD Offroad Double Cab (4WD)



    What does 15k per year do to the residual?



    Any information on security deposits, i.e. how much one can buy down the MF?



    Local dealer has something like 27 Tacos on the lot right now with some level of mark down from MSRP on each ("real market pricing").



    Thanks in advance!!!



    73%/74% residual for Sport/Offroad, assuming manual transmission.

    Subtract 3% for Automatic

    Subtract 2% for 15K/yr.

    .00220 MF



    Toyota does have an MSD program. 9 deposits X .00008 reduction, each = .00072 total reduction.

    It isn't widely used, and many dealers may not have heard of it, or be willing to use it.


    Great, thanks for the breakdown of costs. 

    On the MSD program, how are the deposits calculated?
    Each MSD is the monthly payment rounded up to the next highest $50.
    If the amount of each deposit is based on the monthly payment, is that based on the final negotiated cap cost?

    Example: $35k cap cost gives a payment of $399, round up to next $50 is $400 per deposit.

    At $400 each, 9 MSDs is $3600, but would save $50 per month which is $1800 of the life of the lease. That's a 50% return over 3 years. Seems like a no brainer if you can afford to outlay that cash in the beginning.
    Let's return to high school - can you show your work? :smile:

    $50/mo is a big savings per month with MSD.

    But, 30-40% returns are pretty typical over the lease term. Don't see many investments making 10% or more annually.
    MSRP: $35,113
    Adj. Cap Cost: $34,716 ("True Market Price" of $33,816+ $900 fees)
    Rent Charge Savings with a 0.00072 MF Reduction: ($35,113+$33,816)*0.00072= $50.40

    That's correct.

    16.67% annual after-tax return.

    As noted, hard to beat that type of return on your $3600.

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • rfsig27rfsig27 Posts: 8
    Hey thanks in advance for the help!!!

    im in New York and looking for the current residual and money factor on a 2017 TRD pro
    also, sticker is just shy of 45k... what would you think my best case scenario would be for a negotiated sell price... I know they don't budge much on the Tacoma and probably even less on the TRD pro but what's your opinion? Thanks again!! 
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 177,170
    rfsig27 said:

    Hey thanks in advance for the help!!!

    im in New York and looking for the current residual and money factor on a 2017 TRD pro
    also, sticker is just shy of 45k... what would you think my best case scenario would be for a negotiated sell price... I know they don't budge much on the Tacoma and probably even less on the TRD pro but what's your opinion? Thanks again!! 

    .00220 MF and 66% residual for 36/15.

    Can't help with pricing. Read back a few pages and see what other shoppers are saying.

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • themtnsthemtns Posts: 1
    Could I get a few numbers on:

    2017 SR5 and TRD off-road Double Cab/Long Bed 4x4 Auto in Idaho for 36/10k as well as 36/12k?

    Thank you in advance. I do appreciate it.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 177,170
    themtns said:

    Could I get a few numbers on:

    2017 SR5 and TRD off-road Double Cab/Long Bed 4x4 Auto in Idaho for 36/10k as well as 36/12k?

    Thank you in advance. I do appreciate it.

    71%/70% residual for SR5/TRD for 36/12
    No 10K/yr offered by TFS.
    .00220 MF

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • mbabs311mbabs311 Posts: 15
    Just leased a new Tacoma. Thanks to all that share information. Knowledge is very powerful when negotiating your vehicle transaction. 

    So for my contribution I would like to note that my dealership swung a lower MF. For kansas it should be .0022. I got .0018 with no security deposits. Had I used MSD they still would have dropped the MF by the same .00008 each. In the end that lower MF saves about $30 a month, about $1000 over the lease term. 

    I chatted with the guy doing my paper work after the deal was done. He made it sound like Toyota will grant a few favors to a high volume dealerships every month to help reel in a sale. So I got lucky by sticking to my guns and the price I wanted. YMMV. But everything is negotiable when you have a motivated seller. 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 171,735
    mbabs311 said:

    Just leased a new Tacoma. Thanks to all that share information. Knowledge is very powerful when negotiating your vehicle transaction. 

    So for my contribution I would like to note that my dealership swung a lower MF. For kansas it should be .0022. I got .0018 with no security deposits. Had I used MSD they still would have dropped the MF by the same .00008 each. In the end that lower MF saves about $30 a month, about $1000 over the lease term. 

    I chatted with the guy doing my paper work after the deal was done. He made it sound like Toyota will grant a few favors to a high volume dealerships every month to help reel in a sale. So I got lucky by sticking to my guns and the price I wanted. YMMV. But everything is negotiable when you have a motivated seller. 

    Congrats!

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


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  • usmcflyrusmcflyr Posts: 6
    Just spoke to a dealer in N. Texas about leasing a 2017 Tacoma TRD Off-Road... MSRP 39k. I was a bit shocked by the monthly lease payment he quoted me... I asked what MF he was using and he gave .0038 assuming "Good" credit... told me that "Excellent" credit wouldn't make a significant difference. Does this seem abnormally high? He told me that number doesn't change and there are virtually no incentives for Tacomas.

    The lease payments where almost equal to a monthly payment on a financed purchase for the same truck... didn't make a lot of sense.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 177,170
    usmcflyr said:

    Just spoke to a dealer in N. Texas about leasing a 2017 Tacoma TRD Off-Road... MSRP 39k. I was a bit shocked by the monthly lease payment he quoted me... I asked what MF he was using and he gave .0038 assuming "Good" credit... told me that "Excellent" credit wouldn't make a significant difference. Does this seem abnormally high? He told me that number doesn't change and there are virtually no incentives for Tacomas.

    The lease payments where almost equal to a monthly payment on a financed purchase for the same truck... didn't make a lot of sense.

    Massive markup on the money factor, regardless of what they say.

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    Edmunds Moderator

  • mbabs311mbabs311 Posts: 15
    Yeah that MF is absurd. FWIW I started at mid 500s a month and got to 407 only paying the acquisition fee, dealer fee and 1st month. MSRP of 41k +.

    Research edmunds and true car pricing. No reason not to get at least 6-7% off MSRP. If not find a new dealer. 
  • usmcflyrusmcflyr Posts: 6
    Thanks for the replies... that's what I was thinking... the monthly payments were almost mid 600's with $1,000 down. Practically the same as financing the purchase for 72
  • usmcflyrusmcflyr Posts: 6
    mbabs311 said:

    Yeah that MF is absurd. FWIW I started at mid 500s a month and got to 407 only paying the acquisition fee, dealer fee and 1st month. MSRP of 41k +.

    Research edmunds and true car pricing. No reason not to get at least 6-7% off MSRP. If not find a new dealer. 

    With those figures I would've walked away with a new Tacoma... my target is between 400-450/month for a 2017 Tacoma TRD Off-Road. I guess I need a few tips on how to talk them down to my range, but mid 600's wasn't even a starting point for me.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 177,170
    usmcflyr said:

    mbabs311 said:

    Yeah that MF is absurd. FWIW I started at mid 500s a month and got to 407 only paying the acquisition fee, dealer fee and 1st month. MSRP of 41k +.

    Research edmunds and true car pricing. No reason not to get at least 6-7% off MSRP. If not find a new dealer. 

    With those figures I would've walked away with a new Tacoma... my target is between 400-450/month for a 2017 Tacoma TRD Off-Road. I guess I need a few tips on how to talk them down to my range, but mid 600's wasn't even a starting point for me.
    Try more than one dealer.

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • usmcflyrusmcflyr Posts: 6
    I got a call from the dealer last night who offered me a lease at .0038 he ran new numbers at .0028 and told me the previous .0038 figure was a simple type-o. Are MF numbers negotiable? Are they set in stone based on a credit score?
  • usmcflyrusmcflyr Posts: 6
    mbabs311 said:

    Yeah that MF is absurd. FWIW I started at mid 500s a month and got to 407 only paying the acquisition fee, dealer fee and 1st month. MSRP of 41k +.

    Research edmunds and true car pricing. No reason not to get at least 6-7% off MSRP. If not find a new dealer. 

    Did you roll over all your taxes into the lease? License title and registration?

  • mbabs311mbabs311 Posts: 15
    edited May 2017


    usmcflyr said:


    Yeah that MF is absurd. FWIW I started at mid 500s a month and got to 407 only paying the acquisition fee, dealer fee and 1st month. MSRP of 41k +.

    Research edmunds and true car pricing. No reason not to get at least 6-7% off MSRP. If not find a new dealer. 




    Did you roll over all your taxes into the lease? License title and registration?







    See my posts above. I paid acq fee, and dealer fee up front. I'll pay registration whenever I get to the DMV. 

    To your other question on MF.  I was able to get mine down some from the .0022. MF seems to varry some by state but .0022 seems to be the norm this month assuming good credit. 
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 177,170
    usmcflyr said:

    I got a call from the dealer last night who offered me a lease at .0038 he ran new numbers at .0028 and told me the previous .0038 figure was a simple type-o. Are MF numbers negotiable? Are they set in stone based on a credit score?

    TFS gives them a base number.. They can attempt to mark it up for extra profit.

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • flightnurseflightnurse Valley of HellPosts: 2,194
    PHX, Tacoma SR5, Double Cab, 4X2, 12/36, 12/24. Thanks
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 177,170

    PHX, Tacoma SR5, Double Cab, 4X2, 12/36, 12/24. Thanks

    78%/72% residual for 4-cylinder
    Subtract 1% if V-6.
    .00220 MF

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  • usmcflyrusmcflyr Posts: 6
    When it comes to MF... what is "Good" credit? 800+ 700+?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 177,170
    usmcflyr said:

    When it comes to MF... what is "Good" credit? 800+ 700+?

    I think Tier 1+ for Toyota is 740+

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  • robertgutherrobertguther Posts: 1
    edited May 2017


    Hello, Toyota has this offer. What can I expect to actually pay taking into consideration tax, tag, registration, title? Tier 1 credit in south east.

    Thanks!
  • based01based01 Posts: 2
    Can someone please help me with the numbers for a Tacoma TRD off-road 4x2. Also this is for Long Beach. California. Thank you in advance.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 177,170



    Hello, Toyota has this offer. What can I expect to actually pay taking into consideration tax, tag, registration, title? Tier 1 credit in south east.

    Thanks!

    We don't have any information for SE Toyota, but if you tell us your state and tax rate, we can probably estimate the difference.

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 177,170
    based01 said:

    Can someone please help me with the numbers for a Tacoma TRD off-road 4x2. Also this is for Long Beach. California. Thank you in advance.

    .00220 MF and 69% residual for 36/15

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  • based01based01 Posts: 2
    .00220 MF and 69% residual for 36/15

    Thank you!

  • lordsharklordshark Posts: 4
    Looking for RV and MF for TRD Pro and TRD Sport Double Cab and Limited for 36/12 in MA please. Thank you
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 171,735
    lordshark said:

    Looking for RV and MF for TRD Pro and TRD Sport Double Cab and Limited for 36/12 in MA please. Thank you

    Stick shift or automatic?

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  • lordsharklordshark Posts: 4
    Michaell said:

    lordshark said:

    Looking for RV and MF for TRD Pro and TRD Sport Double Cab and Limited for 36/12 in MA please. Thank you

    Stick shift or automatic?
    Automatic please.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 171,735
    lordshark said:

    Michaell said:

    lordshark said:

    Looking for RV and MF for TRD Pro and TRD Sport Double Cab and Limited for 36/12 in MA please. Thank you

    Stick shift or automatic?
    Automatic please.
    .00220 and 68% (TRD Pro), 70% (TRD Sport) or 69% (Ltd)

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  • trev4vistrev4vis Posts: 15
    Hello. Could I get numbers for a 2017 Tacoma, SR, Double cab, 4x4, v6, Auto.. 36/12... Nor Cal 95678
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 171,735
    trev4vis said:

    Hello. Could I get numbers for a 2017 Tacoma, SR, Double cab, 4x4, v6, Auto.. 36/12... Nor Cal 95678

    72% and .00220

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  • trev4vistrev4vis Posts: 15

    Michaell said:

    Hello. Could I get numbers for a 2017 Tacoma, SR, Double cab, 4x4, v6, Auto.. 36/12... Nor Cal 95678


    72% and .00220


    Thank you! How many Security deposits does toyota let you do? How much does each one lower the money factor? 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 171,735
    trev4vis said:



    Michaell said:


    trev4vis said:

    Hello. Could I get numbers for a 2017 Tacoma, SR, Double cab, 4x4, v6, Auto.. 36/12... Nor Cal 95678



    72% and .00220


    Thank you! How many Security deposits does toyota let you do? How much does each one lower the money factor? 

    From other posters, we think it's max 9 MSD, each of which lower the MF by .00008 (.00072 total reduction)

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  • rwp1113rwp1113 Posts: 21
    Looking for Money Factor and Residual for Tacoma TRD Sport Double Cab V6 4x4 Manual trans. Also, Tacoma TRD Sport Access cab v6 4x4 Manual trans. 40505 zip. Thank you.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 177,170
    rwp1113 said:

    Looking for Money Factor and Residual for Tacoma TRD Sport Double Cab V6 4x4 Manual trans. Also, Tacoma TRD Sport Access cab v6 4x4 Manual trans. 40505 zip. Thank you.

    Double Cab: .00220 MF and 71% residual for 36/15

    Access Cab: 67% residual

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  • tacomamanfltacomamanfl FloridaPosts: 2
    edited June 2017
    Hi. Thanks for providing such great info here. I am trying to negotiate my first lease and could use some help. All negotiations were done via email, as the dealer is an hour away (Tampa, Florida). These are the terms I was quoted for 36/12 on a '17 Tacoma Off Road 4x4 Manual Transmission.

    Sale Price: $31,650.00
    MSRP: $35,893.00
    Due at Delivery: $2,494.23
    Monthly Payment: $257.73
    Residual: $27,278 (76%)
    MF: 0.00205 (with 740 credit)

    Everything looks good, but the Residual seems high compared to others. Any advice?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 171,735

    Hi. Thanks for providing such great info here. I am trying to negotiate my first lease and could use some help. All negotiations were done via email, as the dealer is an hour away (Tampa, Florida). These are the terms I was quoted for 36/12 on a '17 Tacoma Off Road 4x4 Manual Transmission.

    Sale Price: $31,650.00
    MSRP: $35,893.00
    Due at Delivery: $2,494.23
    Monthly Payment: $257.73
    Residual: $27,278 (76%)
    MF: 0.00205 (with 740 credit)

    Everything looks good, but the Residual seems high compared to others. Any advice?

    We don't have the numbers for SE Toyota, but those look to be in line.

    Tacoma residuals are crazy high; and, the dealer cannot modify the residual value - it's set by the bank

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  • tacomamanfltacomamanfl FloridaPosts: 2
    Thank you, Michaell!
  • chotas82chotas82 Posts: 18
    edited June 2017
    Hello,
    Can you advise MF & RV for 36/10, 36/12, 36/15 on 2017 Tacoma SR Access Cab Long Bed AWD in NJ ?
    Thank you,
    Alex
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